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Guess Iyke Top 5 celebrities throw-back pictures

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Take a look at what these celebrities looked like in high school – Guess Iyke Top 5, in no particular order…



Winfrey attended several different high schools growing up. She graduated from East High School in Nashville, Tennessee where she was in the Honor Society, National Forensic League, and was in the student government.

On an episode of her talk show, Oprah told her audience that she was voted most popular during the first year the school was desegregated with 80% white students.



Roberts told Access Hollywood she definitely wasn’t one of the popular kids.

“[I was] just mediocre, just getting through the hallways with my girlfriend Paige,” said Roberts in 2011. “We weren’t losers, but we weren’t popular, we were just coasting.”



Hanks told Rolling Stone he was a “geek” and “spaz” as a kid. “I was horribly, painfully, terribly shy. At the same time, I was the guy who’d yell out funny captions during filmstrips. But I didn’t get into trouble. I was always a real good kid and pretty responsible.”

According to Matt Green’s “The Amazing Life of Tom Hanks,” he was in high school performances of “South Pacific” and “Twelfth Night” and won his high school’s best acting award in 1974.



In high school, she went by the name Missy and was a cheerleader, tennis player, and was on student council. As a junior and senior, McCarthy started dressing in black and “piercing her ears with safety pins.”

The actress told Anderson Cooper the transformation happened in one summer. She went from having a bob to dying her hair blue and black. McCarthy said much of it was more for show.

“I was pretty lame, though, and much more of a goody-two-shoes than I looked,” she told Rolling Stone. “Maybe occasionally I’d make out with some guy, but never anything further. I was usually the dork surrounded by a bunch of my gay friends.”

“I acted like a maniac and looked like a really angry, violent punk,” she added. “But I was always too chatty to be really angry.”



“I hated school,” she told New Orleans magazine in July 1994. “I started college because everyone else was going. I majored in communications, I think. Or communications and drama. And I just remember sitting in there, and they were talking about the history of the Greek theater or something, and thinking, ‘This is not what I want to know.'”

Classmates and teachers remember her as being “quiet in class,” but having a positive attitude and “great sense of humor,” according to “Ellen: The Real Story of Ellen DeGeneres.” DeGeneres also played tennis and sang in choir.

SNOOP DOGG – (Featured image)


According to “Snoop Dogg – Biography of Calvin Cordozar Broadus,” the rapper played football for two years at Long Beach Poly High School. But Snoop Dogg also was involved with drugs, and, following graduation, was in and out of jail for several years.

Snoop Dogg and Cameron Diaz actually attended the same school, though he was a grade above her. On an episode of George Lopez’s old late show, she claimed that he once sold her some weed. Snoop said it probably happened.


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