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Celebrities You Didn't Know Are The Same Age

Keke Palmer and Ariana Grande

We've already discovered the celebrity dobblegangers, but you'd be surprised to know how many are also the same age. While some celebrities have found the fountain of youth, others aren't aging as nicely. For example: did you know Beyonce and Britney Spears were born the same year or that Taylor Swift and Chris Brown are the same age? Flip the page to see celebs that have the same birth year, but look the complete opposite.

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Ariana Grande and Keke Palmer

Born: 1993

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Soulja Boy and Rita Ora

Rita Ora and Soulja Boy

Born: 1990

Chris Brown Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift and Chris Brown

Born: 1989

Derrick Rose and ASAP Rocky

ASAP Rocky and Derrick Rose

Born: 1988

Adele and Rihanna

Rihanna and Adele

Born: 1988

Colin Keapernick and Bow Wow

Colin Keapernick and Bow Wow

Born: 1987

Lady Gaga and K Michelle

Lady Gaga and K Michelle 

Born: 1986

Bruno Mars and Dwight Howard

Bruno Mars and Dwight Howard

Born: 1985

Ciara and Raven Symone

Ciara and Raven Symone

Born: 1985

Chris Paul, T-Pain, J Cole, and Future

Chris Paul, T-Pain, J Cole, and Future

Born: 1985

Trey Songz, Lebron James, Wale, and Carmelo Anthony

Trey Songz, Lebron James, Wale, and Carmelo Anthony 

Born: 1984

Katy Perry, Khloe Kardashian, Fantasia, and Lauren London

Katy Perry, Khloe Kardashian, Fantasia, and Lauren London

Born: 1984

Amber Rose and Macklemore

Amber Rose and Macklemore

Born: 1983

Nicki Minaj and Kate Middleton

Nicki Minaj and Kate Middleton

Born: 1982

Keyshia Cole and Alicia Keys

Keyshia Cole and Alicia Keys

Born: 1981

Kelly Rowland and natalie Portman

Kelly Rowland and Natalie Portman

Born: 1981

Britney Spears and Beyonce

Britney Spears and Beyoncé

Born: 1981

JENNIFER HUDSON AND MEAGAN GOOD

Jennifer Hudson  Meagan Good

Born: 1981

Ashanti, Jessica Simpson, Christina Aguilera, and Kim Kardashian

Ashanti, Jessica Simpson, Christina Aguilera, and Kim Kardashian

Born: 1980

Kevin Hart and Lamar Odom

Kevin Hart and Lamar Odom 

Born: 1979

Mya, Tatyana Ali, and Brandy

Mya, Tatyana Ali, and Brandy

Born: 1979

Tia,Tamera, and Trina

 Trina, Tia, and Tamera

Born: 1978

Kanye West, Robin Thicke, and Floyd Mayweather

Kanye West, Robin Thicke, and Floyd Mayweather 

Born: 1977

Shakira and Tamar Braxton

Shakira and Tamar Braxton

Born: 1977

Rick Ross and Reese Witherspoon

Rick Ross and Reese Witherspoon 

Born: 1976

Fergie, Eva Longoria, Angelina Jolie, and Tameka “Tiny” Cottie

Fergie, Eva Longoria, Angelina Jolie, and Tameka “Tiny” Cottie

Born: 1975
VIBE-Vixen-Will. I. Am, David Beckham, and 50 Cent

Will. I. Am, David Beckham, and 50 Cent

Born: 1975

Victoria Beckham, Lil Kim, Nelly, and Leonardo DiCaprio

Victoria Beckham, Lil Kim, Nelly, and Leonardo DiCaprio

Born: 1974

Nas, Tyra Banks, Pharrell Williams, and Paul Walker

Nas, Tyra Banks, Pharrell Williams, and Paul Walker (R.I.P.)

Born: 1973

Cameron Diaz, Sofia Vergara, and Gabrielle Union
 Cameron Diaz, Sofia Vergara, and Gabrielle Union

Born: 1972

The Rock, Busta Rhymes, and Josh Duhmel

The Rock, Busta Rhymes, and Josh Duhamel 

Born: 1972

Jada Pinkett Smith, Missy Elliott, and Mary J. Blige

Jada Pinkett Smith, Missy Elliott, and Mary J. Blige

Born: 1971



Mariah Carey, Nia Long, and T-Boz

Mariah Carey, Nia Long, and T-Boz 

Born: 1970


DMX, Mike Epps, and Shemar Moore

DMX, Mike Epps, and Shemar Moore

Born: 1970

VIBE-Vixen-Tyler Perry, Sean Combs, and Jay Z

Tyler Perry, Diddy, and Jay Z

Born: 1969

Gwen Stefani, Jennifer Aniston, and Jennifer Lopez

Gwen Stefani, Jennifer Aniston, and Jennifer Lopez

Born: 1969

Will Smith, LL Cool J, and Terry Crews

Will Smith, LL Cool J, and Terry Crews

Born: 1968

Will Ferrell, Jamie Foxx, and Vin Diesel 

Will Ferrell Jamie Foxx Vin Diesel

Born: 1967

VIBE-Vixen-Stacey Dash and Nene Leakes

Stacey Dash and Nene Leakes

Born: 1967

VIBE-VIxen-Adam Sandler, Halle Berry, and Mike Tyson

Adam Sandler, Halle Berry, and Mike Tyson

Born: 1966

VIBE-Vixen-Michelle Obama, Wendy Williams, Sandra Bullock, and Lenny Kravitz

Michelle Obama, Wendy Williams, Sandra Bullock, and Lenny Kravitz

Born: 1964

VIBE-Vixen-Michael Jordan, Brad Pitt, Johnny Deep, and Vanessa Williams

Michael Jordan, Brad Pitt, Johnny Deep, and Vanessa Williams

Born: 1963

VIBE-Vixen-Barack Obama, Eddie Murphy, Forest Whitaker, and George Clooney

Barack Obama, Eddie Murphy, Forest Whitaker, and George Clooney

Born: 1961

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Premiere: Inayah Lamis Busts The Windows Out Of Toxic Love In Visuals For "Best Thing"

Breakups are never easy but let Inayah Lamis heal your heart with her cheeky video for "Best Thing." Inspired by true events, the Houston native sings about bitter feelings about love gone astray.

The emotional ballad is simple in production thanks to the presence of an acoustic guitar, allowing Lamis to show off her vocal chops. Reminiscent of 2000s R&B gems like "I Wished You Loved Me" by Tynisha Keli and recent classics like Tink's "Treat Me Like Somebody," Lamis finds the right words that almost anyone can relate to.

"The track “Best Thing” was birthed from a realtime heartbreak," she tells VIBE. "I went into the lab and wrote it while I was ending a relationship that had a strong hold over me. I literally cried in the booth as I was singing it. My hopes are that every woman or man that has been emotionally broken and taken for granted by a lover will feel comfort in knowing that leaving was the best thing they ever did for themselves."

Thanks to her around the way aura, the video plays off her personality with the presence of "Smakie Lamis" taking Lamis out of her sad girl feels over her deceitful partner, allowing her to hop in the whip and bust out some car windows–even if it's not her beau's car. Directed by Michelle Parker, the video also plays up Lamis' Houston swag as she rides around town in a candy green whip.

The budding singer knows how important her songwriting plays a role in her relationship with fans. Lamis previously shared a bit of her writing style with Refinery29, while opening up about the importance of body positivity.

"Anytime something impacts my life, I write it down and make a song out of it," she said. In her previous visuals for "Suga Daddy," the singer turned up the sexy for a good reason. "I've displayed my confidence as a chunky girl in this video. So many people have things to say about curvy, bigger girls. I feel like we're in a space now where we're able to finally have a voice and be free, and still be sexy. Particularly with the wardrobe, I wanted to show some skin, to show those curves, those back rolls, those fat little pockets I got underneath my chin and shit. I wanted to make sure I displayed that and rocked the hell out of it, confidently."

Lamis is gearing up to release her debut EP S.O.L.A.R. (Storytelling Over Lyrics and Rhymes) on Dec. 13. The singer hopes to share more stories her fans will appreciate and the masses will adore. Her come-up is a digital grassroots movement thanks to her remake of Ella Mai's "Boo'd Up" in 2018 leading to her debut studio single  "N.A.S.," an acronym for "Ni**as ain't S**t."

 

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BEST THING CHALLENGE 🔥 -Stream/Download my new song BEST THING -DM me your videos -No instruments -No music -Just you & your voice -#Bestthingchallenge

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Taking things up a notch, Lamis announced the #BestThingChallenge to welcome fellow sangers to show off their vocals.

Before diving into the challenge, enjoy the visuals for "Best Thing" below.

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Singer Whitney Houston is seen performing on stage during the 2004 World Music Awards at the Thomas and Mack Center on September 15, 2004 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Whitney Houston's Close Friend Robyn Crawford Details Romantic Relationship In New Memoir

Whitney Houston's personal life has been explored ten times over since her untimely passing in 2012 but one of her closest friends wants to share with the world the Whitney she knew and ultimately fell in love with.

In excerpts to People Wednesday (Nov. 6), Robyn Crawford presents a strong bond between the two in her new memoir, A Song For You: My Life With Whitney Houston. The singer and Crawford met in their youth while working at a summer camp in East Orange, New Jersey. From there, their friendship blossomed into something more romantic. With homophobia running rampant in the 80s, Crawford says they never looked at labels but enjoyed the experiences they shared together.

“We never talked about labels, like lesbian or gay,” writes Crawford. “We just lived our lives and I hoped it could go on that way forever.”

As their journey continued, Whitney's star began to rise which put allegedly put their romance on ice. “She said we shouldn’t be physical anymore,” writes Crawford. "Because it would make our journey even more difficult. She said if people find out about us, they would use this against us....and back in the ’80s, that’s how it felt. I kept it safe. I found comfort in my silence.”

Whitney's relationship with Crawford was mentioned in the 2018 documentary Whitney. Created by the singer's estate, the film focused on the singer's legacy and didn't include first-hand accounts from Crawford. Family members were weary of their special friendship.

"I’ve never seen them do anything but I know that she was something that I didn’t want my sister to be involved with," Whitney's brother Gary stated in the documentary.

But Crawford is finally ready to tell her own story while "lifting" Houston's legacy.

“I wanted to lift her legacy, give her respect and share the story of who she was before the fame, and in that, to embrace our friendship,” she tells People. "I'd come to the point where I felt the need to stand up for our friendship. And I felt an urgency to stand up and share the woman behind the incredible talent."

A Song for You: My Life with Whitney Houston is expected to hit bookshelves this fall.

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Keke Wyatt Announces That She's Pregnant With Her Tenth Child

Keke Wyatt has news to share that concerns expanding her family tree. On Monday (Oct. 14), the "If Only You Knew" singer revealed that she's pregnant with her tenth child.

"My husband Zackariah Darring and I are so happy to announce that we are expecting our new bundle of joy!" she wrote on Instagram. "We are excited to welcome the 10th addition to our beautiful family."

The vocalist continued to state that fans can follow her pregnancy journey on her YouTube series The Keke Show where she gives an intimate look at how she balances her career and motherhood.

 

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My husband Zackariah Darring and I are so happy to announce that we are expecting our new bundle of joy! We are excited to welcome the 10th addition to our beautiful family. Stay tuned for the release date & information for my new YouTube Series “The Keke Show” where you will see me balancing Wife, Mommy and Artist!!! Trust me.. it’s never a dull moment with my family. Love ya sugars💋💋💋 photo credit: @keever_west Styled/Designed by: @keever_west Asst: @freddyoart

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In an interview with The Christian Post, Wyatt said she believes she has "an anointing with motherhood" and looks at her children as fuel to keep striving in her career.

"I just don't believe in shutting down. I believe in that's what the Lord had for me," she said. "Babies don't get in the way of careers, we get in the way of careers. If that's what the Lord had for me from the very beginning, there's nothing nobody can do and nobody can say."

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