Sunday, August 2, 2015

Stop what you're doing and check out high school yearbook photos of more than 60 celebrities

Okay, so Vulture has a slideshow of year book photos of more than 60 celebrities and your life is not complete until you've clicked through them all, if only to gawk at Rick Santorum's sideburns.

Stop what you're doing and check out high school yearbook photos of more than 60 celebrities

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Screen icon Farrah Fawcett was voted "most beautiful" student three times in a row during her time at W.B. Ray High School, in Texas. The former ´Charlie´s Angels´ star, who died on June 25, 2009, after a hard-fought cancer battle, attended the school from 1962-65.
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Screen icon Farrah Fawcett was voted "most beautiful" student three times in a row during her time at W.B. Ray High School, in Texas. The former 'Charlie's Angels' star, who died on June 25, 2009, after a hard-fought cancer battle, attended the school from 1962-65.

Pictured: Farrah Fawcett yearbook photo 1965 (aged 18)

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Picture by: Splash News

Splash News and Pictures
Los Angeles:310-821-2666
New York:212-619-2666
London:870-934-2666
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Okay, so Vulture has a slideshow of yearbook photos of more than 60 celebrities and your life is not complete until you've clicked through them all, if only to gawk at Rick Santorum's sideburns. Seriously, the photos are incredible.

Bill Clinton. Pamela Anderson. Eva Mendes. Joe Biden. Channing Tatum. Madonna. Nicholson. Zooey Deschanel. Rachel Maddow. Chris Christie. They're all there. The slideshow was published over the weekend to go along with New York Mag's cover story on how high school screws us all up. Both are worth a look.

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