August 23 - September 22
Virgo can be incredibly nurturing, but they're also known to be fussy and expect things to be done their way. Called "the maidens" of the zodiac, this sign looks for partners who can sweep them off their feet and make them feel safe. They're temperamental when they're pushed to their limit and crave routine. This sign is ambitious but also easily overwhelmed. Find out which stars belong to this hot-and-cold astrological sign.
This former "The O.C." star has spent the last few years balancing motherhood and work life. In 2014, she gave birth to her daughter, Briar Rose, with her long-term partner, actor Hayden Christensen. Aside from raising a toddler, Rachel has appeared in several series, like "How I Met Your Mother" and "Hart of Dixie." In 2017, she appeared in "Nashville," where we're hoping she stays!
This wife and mom of two has come a long way since her "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" days. In 2012, she married actor Ryan Reynolds and together the couple welcomed two daughters, James and Ines. After ending her reign on "Gossip Girl," Blake appeared in numerous films, including "The Age of Adaline" and "The Shallows." In 2018, she's set to appear in several movies, including the film adaption of the book "The Husband's Secret."
After leaving "Gilmore Girls" in 2007, Melissa landed the lead role in the hit TV series "Mike and Molly." It was her 2011 role in "Bridesmaids," however, that cemented Melissa's status as a Hollywood star. This wife and mom of two (who most recently killed it on "SNL" as Sean Spicer) is set to star in "Life of the Party" in 2018. She and husband Ben Falcone wrote and produced the movie.
Jack Black's earliest credits weren't always comedies (remember him in "The Jackal"?), but he quickly established himself as a tour de force of humor. Now his legacy includes the "Kung Fu Panda" franchise, "School of Rock" and our favorite, "Shallow Hal." In 2017, this husband and father of two is set to appear in "The Polka King" and "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle."
Although he's been working in Hollywood since 2003, Chris Pine's big break came in 2009 with his role in "Star Trek." Since then, this handsome actor and producer has appeared in numerous hit films like "Horrible Bosses II" and "Wonder Woman," as well as TV shows like "Wet Hot American Summer" and "Angie Tribeca." In 2018, Chris will appear in the next "Star Trek" movie and the fantasy adventure "A Wrinkle in Time."
It's been three years since we've seen this effervescent actress on the big screen. Cameron's last movie was "Annie" in 2014. Before that, she was one of the highest paid actresses in Hollywood, netting upwards of $15 million per film. Since settling down in 2015 with her husband, Benji Madden, Cameron's maintained a low profile. In 2017, she told pal Gwyneth Paltrow that her absence from the limelight was about making herself "whole."
In the '90s, Chris Tucker was the biggest star in Hollywood, commanding more than $25 million per film. His rise from "Def Jam" comedian to movie screen superstar was epic. After appearing in "Friday," Chris starred in the mega hit "Rush Hour" alongside Jackie Chan, sparking two sequels. In 2015, he appeared in the Netflix comedy special "Chris Tucker Live" and is rumored to be starring in "Rush Hour 4" and "Last Friday" in 2018.
We've loved the journey Zendaya's taken from TV to the big screen, starting in shows like "Shake It Up!" and "K.C. Undercover." She's even taken on some impressive modeling gigs (like the cover of American Vogue). In 2017, Zendaya starred alongside Tom Holland in the hit movie "Spider-Man: Homecoming" and is set to appear in the musical "The Greatest Showman" on December 25, 2017.
Since the late '80s, Keanu Reeves has been a constant in the ever-changing landscape of Hollywood. From his days on "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure" to his box-office domination in "The Matrix" (and subsequent sequels) and even his gritty performance in "John Wick," Keanu has established himself as a top action star. In 2018, he's set to appear in the crime-romance-thriller "Siberia."
Whether she's breastfeeding babies in Sierra Leone, co-founding a non-profit to empower women or gaining Oscar nominations like it's no big deal, Salma Hayek has this whole life thing on lock. The busy Mexican-American actress and mom of one has three movies out this year, including "How to Be a Latin Lover," "Beatriz at Dinner" and "The Hitman's Bodyguard," and she's set to appear in "Drunk Parents" with Alec Baldwin.
Beyoncé is as fierce as they come. Not only have all six of her studio albums reached No. 1 on the top charts, all of the songs on her 2016 album "Lemonade" also hit the Billboard Hot 100 at the same time—proving there was no barrier she couldn't break. In between touring and recording at the studio, Queen Bey is a busy mom of three (including her newborn twins) alongside her husband, rapper and producer Jay-Z.
Since her sister Kate Middleton's royal wedding in 2011, Pippa has been the talk of the town. Known for her show-stealing derriere, this noted socialite and author has been linked to numerous well-to-do suitors, including her brother-in-law, Prince Harry. In 2017, she wed hedge-fund manager James Matthews in a lavish ceremony attended by her royal sibling, family and friends.
Even though Pink (Alecia Beth Moore) hasn't dropped an album since 2012, she's stayed steady in the public eye. After marrying, splitting up and reconciling with hubby Carey Hart, the couple welcomed their first child in 2011 and their second in 2016. In 2017, Pink announced her musical comeback with the release of her newest song, "What About Us," debuting August 10, 2017.
After spending five years on "Saturday Night Live," Adam Sandler embarked on a more than 20-year film career that included the formation of Happy Madison Productions in 1996—his own movie and TV production company. Now this husband, father of two and star of hits like "50 First Dates" and "Click" is set to appear in "The Meyerowitz Stories" on Netflix later this year and lend his voice once more as Dracula in "Hotel Transylvania 3."
From "Empire" to "Hidden Figures," it's clear Taraji P. Henson is one of the hottest actresses in Tinseltown. This mom of one first appeared in TV shows like "Sister, Sister" before landing regular roles on the small screen. She later transitioned to film, including hits like "The Family That Preys" and "No Good Deed," showcasing her immense range. In 2018, Taraji is set to star in the historical drama "The Best of Enemies."
Whether he's the evil Bane in "The Dark Knight Rises" or the handsome spy in "This Means War," Tom Hardy goes full throttle and has us on the edge of our seats. Fun fact: Tom was in the 2002 film "Star Trek: Nemesis" as the evil Captain Picard clone, Shizon. Who knew? The handsome Brit and father of two is currently starring in the war drama "Dunkirk" and is set to reprise his role as Max Rockatansky in "Mad Max: The Wasteland" in 2018.
After nine years on "SNL," Amy Poehler took a chance on a solo career that paid in dividends. Not only did she slay in "Parks and Recreation" as Leslie Knope, but she also published the best-selling memoir "Yes Please" and started "Amy Poehler's Smart Girls"—a place where young women could gain the insight and courage to be their "authentic selves." Now this mom of two is currently starring alongside Will Ferrell in "The House."
After leaving the Jonas Brothers in 2013, Nick Jonas embarked on a solo career, dropping two albums (one of which made it to No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 200). In May of 2017, his newest single "Remember I Told You" hit the airwaves in anticipation of his upcoming fourth studio album. In addition to making hits, the sexy singer has hit it off with a bevvy of Hollywood beauties, including Lily Collins, Kate Hudson and Priyanka Chopra.
We can't help but love Jada Pinkett Smith in every role she plays. From her way-back-when days in the gang drama "Menace II Society" to her transformation into a kick-ass action star (and let's not forget her comedic chops in films like "Girls Trip"), there's seemingly no end to what Miss Jada can do. It doesn't hurt that the mom of two is also married to one of the most talented stars in Hollywood, Will Smith.
In the early '90s, James Marsden got his start in Hollywood with roles in TV movies like "In the Line of Duty: Ambush in Waco" and "Heavenly Road." After arriving on the big screen in 1998, he eventually landed major roles in hit films like "The Notebook" and the "X-Men" movie franchise. Most recently, this father of three starred in the TV series "Westworld" and is slated to reprise his role as Prince Edward in the "Enchanted" sequel, "Disenchanted," in 2018.
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