Celebrities who don’t look their age
Celebrities who don’t look their age. In honor of President Obama’s 50th birthday, we take a look at famous people who don’t look their age and ask the question: Are they fiftysomething?
This feisty junior senator from our most populous state started out as a stockbroker then worked as a journalist before getting into politics. She’s been a senator since 1992 and looks much younger than she is.
This former baseball and football pro was the first athlete to clinch All-Star status in two major American sports. A hip injury cut his careers short.
This British pop singer-songwriter earned fame as the frontman for Culture Club. Between his androgynous and outrageous costumes and makeup, it’s hard to tell just how old he is.
The British pop star has been wowing fans since his days as this iconic glam rock persona.
The Black Eyed Peas singer blames her past drug addiction for adding years to her appearance.
The Oscar-winning actress – who has a 3-year-old daughter – keeps showing off her svelte figure in body-baring dresses
The Oscar winner from across the pond is the epitome of the phrase “aging gracefully” and her spot on this recent list proves it.
The former supermodel is still gracing the world with her beauty as co-host of a fashion reality show on Bravo.
The three-time Oscar nominee has only gotten better looking since he first caught our eyes on “21 Jump Street.”
We think the TV actress who chronicled her weight struggles on her reality show before shedding the inches on “Dancing With the Stars” – looks way younger than her actual age.
This former NBA star abruptly retired in 1991 after making the shocking announcement that he was HIV-positive. Twenty years ago, an HIV diagnosis was akin to a death sentence. But Johnson and many others have survived and are going strong because of remarkable medical advances.
It’s been a tough year for this former first lady of California. Her marriage to Arnold Schwarzenegger ended amid scandalous headlines about a love child the “Terminator” actor fathered with the family’s longtime housekeeper.
This hockey legend played 17 seasons for the same team, winning two Stanley Cups as a player and one as an owner 10 years after he bought the team out of bankruptcy. He retired in 1997 after battling cancer, returned three years later and hung up his NHL skates for good in 2006.
This Czech-born tennis legend has won numerous singles, women’s doubles and mixed doubles Grand Slam titles. She’s tied with another tennis great for the all-time record number of Wimbledon titles
Somehow, the three-time Oscar nominee doesn’t look a day older than when she first caught Hollywood’s attention in a 1983 cult classic.
The businessman-turned-politician is widely considered a front-runner for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination. The former Massachusetts governor won several primary and caucus races in 2008, but not enough to get on the ticket.
This abrasive and famously foulmouthed power broker served as an adviser to President Clinton, then represented Chicago’s northern suburbs in Congress before President Obama hired him to be his right-hand man. Now he’s mayor of his hometown.
The screen legend is arguably just as sexy today as she when she donned a fur bikini for a 1960s caveman flick.
This pitching legend won several Cy Young Awards during a career that spanned more than two decades. He dodged a bullet recently when his federal case ended in a mistrial
This onetime beauty queen, former Alaska governor and possible presidential contender found instant celebrity when she became John McCain’s running mate.
The seemingly ageless Oscar winner – who split with her longtime younger partner last year – has since been seen keeping company with an even younger man.
This strapping former NFL quarterback traded in his pads and helmet for a sports broadcaster’s suit