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In 2010, Rihanna was one of pop music’s brightest stars. She dropped her fifth studio album, 'Loud', that year which went on to be nominated for Album of the Year and Pop Album of the Year at the Grammys.
While she’s still known for her music (but hasn’t released an album since 2016), Rihanna took a turn career-wise. She’s starred in numerous movies like “Ocean’s 8”, “Guava Island” and “Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Plants”, launched a beauty line called Fenty Beauty and a lingerie line called Savage X Fenty.
Ryan Reynolds, 2010
In 2010, Ryan Reynolds was known for his roles in the beloved rom-coms “The Proposal” and “Just Friends” but those favourite flicks got the Canadian heartthrob the title of People’s Sexiest Man Alive.
Ryan Reynolds, 2019
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Ryan’s career took an impressive turn since 2010, he married the beautiful Blake Lively, had three children, earned his biggest role yet in “Deadpool” and is still considered one of the Sexiest Men Alive.
Kristen Bell, 2010
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Before Kristen Bell was known as Anna the Disney princess from “Frozen” or the devilishly hilarious Eleanor from “The Good Place”, she was the killer P.I. “Veronica Mars” and the go-to actress for rom-coms. Kristen had a busy year in 2010, starring in “When In Rome”, “You Again” and “Get Him To The Greek”.
Kristen Bell, 2019
While she was busy in 2010, 2019 is definitely Kristen’s year.
She starred in the high anticipated sequel to “Frozen”, brought back “Veronica Mars” and wrapped the fourth and final season of “The Good Place” which earned her a Golden Globe nomination.
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Beyonce will always be Queen Bey, but in 2010 the singer hadn’t reached the superstar status she has now.
Bey collected six Grammy Awards, which was the most won by a female artist at a single event.
Beyonce now holds 22 Grammy Awards, has three children with longtime husband Jay-Z, Blue Ivy, Rumi and Sir, and a world of fans called the Beyhive.
She also starred in, and provide new music for one of the biggest movies of the summer, Disney's remake of "The Lion King".
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2010 marked a big year for Drake, as the Canadian rapper dropped his debut album Thank Me Later.
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As Thank Me Later gears up to celebrate its 10th anniversary, Drake is one of the biggest names in the music industry, thanks to his four Grammy Award wins and 44 nominations.
Priyanka Chopra, 2010
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Back in 2010, Priyanka Chopra was only known for her roles in films produced in her home country of India but also made headlines for a different reason, in 2010 the actress was appointed as a UN Ambassador.
Priyanka Chopra, 2019
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But in 2019, Priyanka is a star worldwide.
She’s appeared in blockbuster films like “Isn’t It Romantic” and “Baywatch”, she’s received critical-acclaim for her work on “The Sky Is Pink” and she’s married to a popstar… ever hear of Nick Jonas?
Seth Rogen, 2010
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In 2010, Seth Rogen was one of the most recognizable faces in comedy with hits like “Superbad” and “Pineapple Express”.
Seth Rogen, 2019
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And in 2019, he’s still on of the most beloved actors in Hollywood with a slight career shift, appearing in more serious roles alongside his late-night comedies. Rogen was met with rave reviews for his role as Steve Wozniak in “Steve Jobs” next to Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet.
Rogen also lent his voice to Disney’s remake of “The Lion King” as Pumbaa.
John Krasinski, 2010
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When 2010 rolled around, John Krasinski was still just prankster Jim Halpert on “The Office”. Leaving fans of the sitcom dreaming of finding their own Jim and Pam (Jenna Fischer) love story but Krasinski found it off-screen with Emily Blunt.
John Krasinski, 2019
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Still married to Emily Blunt, in 2019 John rocks the small and big screen as the ripped Jack Ryan on Amazon Prime’s “Jack Ryan” and as writer, director and star of the uber-successful “The Quiet Place” and its upcoming sequel.
Kim Kardashian, 2010
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In 2010, “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” was only in it’s fifth season in 2010, meaning mega-star Kim Kardashian hadn’t married Kanye West yet, or had her four children or even launched her KKW Beauty line.
A lot has changed for the reality star.
Kim Kardashian, 2019
As “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” airs its 17th season, Kim and her sisters are some of the biggest stars in the world.
Kim has four children with husband Kanye West, North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm and her KKW Beauty line is worth an estimated $350 million.
Chris Pratt, 2010
In 2010, Chris Pratt was the lovable goofball on “Parks And Rec”, married to Anna Faris and still had an adorable dad bod.
Chris Pratt, 2019
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But in 2019, he’s a heartthrob.
The actor, now 40, is the chiseled, critically acclaimed actor with starring roles in the huge blockbusters “Guardians of the Galaxy” (1 & 2), “Passengers” and the “Jurassic World” franchise.