Rock fans should thank Ronnie James Dio, a famous heavy metal singer, for popularizing the “devil horns” that have become the real symbol of rocking all over the world. This sign represents power and a reference to metal music. Frontman for Rainbow and Black Sabbath assured he had borrowed a now-famous gesture from his granny who used it to ward off evil.
Ronnie James Dio
Welcome to the world where celebrities are fat ;)
I say hats off to photoshoppers, ‘cause some works look very real. Plus, it’s funny :)
Good job guys!
Celebrities from China don’t look that cool without make-up. You can compare their faces before and during the show.
When celebrities pose for a portrait, the pictures always look great. Take a look ;)
Normally, we don’t see celebs as sports people, it is always them who are under the spotlight. But many famous people also come to cheer up their favorite teams.
Is it Photoshop, or do celebrities really make such O-faces? You be the judge!
American photographer Peter Yang makes photo sets of celebs for Rolling Stones, ESPN and Wired magazines. He mostly enjoys taking pictures of musicians and actors. How does he see them? Find out after the jump.
When it comes to their health, celebrities become regular patients. However their visits to dentists are always shown to public. Inside this post you can find photos of famous people before and after their dentist appointment.
While some TV shows are devoted to finding a celebrity “twin” among usual people, there are some celebrities who have already found their “clones” among other famous people. Of course, it’s up to you to judge if these celebrities look alike and if their “clone” is good enough.
Nadya Suleman vs Angelina Jolie
Barbie vs Heidi Montag
Famous people have thousands of photos posted online, but these snap shots are so rare that you just can’t find them by searching. I have really enjoyed going through all these photos (many of them are black and white), so I hope you will like this collection of rare celebrity pictures as much as I did!
Two previous posts:
William Burroughs and Madonna