Jan. 20 - Feb. 18
Aquarius is complex and gifted. True to being the "water-bearers" of the zodiac, this laid-back star sign is known to just "go with the flow," but they're also deep thinkers and innovators who inspire change and empower others. As lovers, this air sign needs a lot of heat to get their fires burning. Keep reading to see which celebrities fall under this free-spirited sign.
Born: Jan. 24, 1971
Former Miss USA Kenya Moore may have been born in Detroit, but we know her from the infamously petty show "Real Housewives of Atlanta." In July 2017, Kenya discreetly married handsome restaurateur Marc Daly. The two don't have any children together yet, but after their secret courtship and exclusive wedding ceremony, the newlyweds hope to start having kids, like, yesterday.
Born: Jan. 25, 1981
Humble vocalist, pianist and producer Alicia Keys is far from basic. The Manhattan native has won more than 100 awards during her career, including 15 Grammys (she was the first singer to get five Grammys at once). Forever focused on philanthropy, Alicia stands as an advocate for women's empowerment, heading the No Makeup Movement in 2016. Alicia is married to super-producer husband Swizz Beats, who's father to her two sons, Egypt and Genesis. See her in 2018 for her third season on "The Voice."
Born: Jan. 26, 1958
Somehow the dancing daytime TV dominator Ellen DeGeneres runs her Eleveneleven record label, is a doting wife to Portia de Rossi, voices Dory and got her newest show, "Ellen's Game of Games," renewed for a second season. Ellen is a "host of hosts," emceeing what seems like every awards show while also helming "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." Funny enough, one of her first jobs was a restaurant hostess. They trained her very well.
Born: Jan. 29, 1954
Mississippi-born Oprah Winfrey was destined to reign. After a difficult childhood, Oprah (actually named "Orpah" after a biblical figure) prioritized her education and career and went on to become the first black female billionaire. Recently awarded the Cecil B. de Mille Award at the 2018 Golden Globes, Oprah used her acceptance speech to support the "Me Too" movement. Now we're hoping the queen decides to run for president in 2020!
Born: Jan. 30, 1980
As fans, we want nothing more than for Wilmer Valderrama to get back with Demi Lovato and for the couple to make beautiful babies. As of now, they're still separated (although Wilmer did celebrate Demi's birthday with her at Dave & Buster's this past year). Catch Wilmer alongside "That '70s Show" former cast mate Ashton Kutcher (also an Aquarius) on the Netflix original series "The Ranch" or on "NCIS" as Nick Torres.
Born: Jan. 31, 1981
Don't feel bad if you've had a crush on Justin Timberlake since his boy band days. Remember when Jessica Biel stole him from us when they began dating in 2007, officially marrying in 2012? After they had their son and became a picture-perfect family, we're less upset at Jessica—just envious. Amid controversy, JT will perform at the 2018 Super Bowl, marking his third performance at the annual football game halftime show, his first since the infamous nipple-gate performance with Janet Jackson in 2004.
Born: Feb. 1, 1994
Former One Direction member Harry Styles is another one of Taylor Swift's exes that happens to be an Aquarius (also: Tom Hiddleston). Besides going solo from One Direction to pursue, well, another direction, Harry made his acting debut in the 2017 war drama "Dunkirk." He clearly has the Midas touch, as the film was nominated for Best Motion Picture by the Academy Awards. Not bad for your first movie, Harry.
Born: Feb. 6, 1986
Getting his start as Haley Joel Osment's understudy as a child, Dane Dehaan went from Broadway to brooding villain as Harry Osborn (aka the Green Goblin) in "The Amazing Spider-Man 2." Dane married long-time girlfriend Anna Wood in 2012 and they had a daughter named Bowie Rose in 2017.
Born: Feb. 7, 1965
In Chris Rock's recent controversial (and unexpected) performance in Tel Aviv, he took the comedy he's usually known for and added the real-life drama of his divorce that left the audience wanting more. Chris's new material is inspired in large part by his 2016 split from ex-wife Malaak Compton-Rock. What could've been an uncomfortable, too revealing stand-up routine, turned into a hilarious personal conversation only Chris could deliver.
Born: Feb. 7, 1978
Surprisingly enough, well-known prankster Ashton Kutcher has been such a grown-up lately. Spending ample time with his beautiful wife and former on-screen girlfriend Mila Kunis and their two kids, Ashton has been focusing on family and his nonprofit organization, Thorn, which fights against child sexual abuse. Also, Ashton's Netflix comedy "The Ranch" just released its fourth season.
Born: Feb. 9, 1981
He's your favorite villain in "Thor" and Taylor Swift's ex. Just when you get all revved up to hate Tom Hiddleston, GQ named him most stylish man of 2017 with a pictorial spread that left us all salivating. Forget it. He's too hot and he's British, meaning we absolutely love him. (Sorry, Taylor.) Tom will be back to play Loki in this year's release of "Avengers: Infinity War."
Born: Feb. 10, 1981
Best known for playing Suzanne "Crazy Eyes" Warren in the Netflix original series "Orange Is the New Black," Uzo Aduba is a mega talent. Switching between loveable and crazy at the blink of eye, Uzo mastered the stage as a thespian before receiving any TV roles. After too many bombed auditions, Uzo had quit acting for good. However, 45 minutes after she made that decision, she found out she'd been cast as Suzanne on "OITNB." Good news: She'll be back for season six in 2018.
Born: Feb. 10, 1991
On "We're the Millers," Emma Roberts played the fake daughter of Jennifer Aniston's character, but Emma is the real daughter of actor Eric Roberts and niece of Julia Roberts. With an inherited gene for acting, it's easy to see how she's been on three seasons of the "American Horror Story" franchise. Emma is dating actor Evan Peters, who she's had a roller-coaster relationship with since 2012. Never lacking drama on or off screen, the two have been engaged at least twice.
Born: Feb. 10, 1997
From "The Amityville Horror" to "If I Stay," Chloe Grace Moretz has had a busy career—and she's barely 20. Entering into her second decade of life, Chloe Grace and boyfriend Brooklyn Beckham (son of David and Victoria Beckham) will most likely spend her birthday together. The young couple has been on and off since 2014, but are back together since this summer.
Born: Feb. 10, 2000
Did you know that ABC's "Black-ish" star Yara Shahidi is cousins with rapper Nas and in 2005 was in his wedding? From flower girl to fashion guru, it isn't uncommon for this Minnesota-born beauty to be featured in Vogue, proving she's no little girl anymore. Mirroring her real life, Yara will reprise her "Black-ish" character, Zoey, as a college freshman in her spin-off show "Grown-ish," which premiered in January on Freeform.
Born: Feb. 11, 1969
We're still not clear on whether or not Angelina Jolie purposely snubbed Jennifer Aniston at the 2018 Golden Globes, but it wouldn't matter because, as usual, Jennifer kept it classy. Besides, Jen is too busy living it up with bae, actor and screenwriter husband Justin Theroux. Look for Jen in the upcoming musical "Dumplin" based on the novel of the same name, slated for release in 2018.
Born: Feb. 11, 1982
Whether you love her most as Anne Boleyn in "The Tudors" or as Margaery Tyrell in "Game of Thrones," we adore Natalie Dormer for that signature smile (and her role in Hozier's music video for "Someone New"). Natalie's been engaged to director Anthony Byrne since 2011, but no word yet on an official wedding date. We're looking forward to watching Natalie on the big screen in "The Professor and the Madman" and "Patient Zero"—both premiering in 2018.
Born: Feb. 12, 1968
It's been a long time since Josh Brolin first appeared in "The Goonies" in 1985. Since then, he's continued to evolve with pop culture, showing up in quintessential films like "No Country for Old Men" and "American Gangster." Look out for him as Thanos in the upcoming "Avengers: Infinity War" due in theaters May 4, 2018. Fun fact: Josh is the son of actor James Brolin, making Barbra Streisand his stepmom.
Born: Feb. 16, 1990
Canadian-born music star The Weeknd has had a rough few months. He recently broke up with Selena Gomez and ended his endorsement relationship with H&M over their offensive "coolest monkey in the jungle" ad that caused internet-wide controversy. On the other hand, his tour performances are slaying and he'll be headlining Coachella 2018 alongside Beyoncé and Eminem. Things could definitely be worse.
Born: Feb. 17, 1981
Los Angeles native Joseph Gordon-Levitt was born right into Hollywood, joining a musical theater group and getting an agent by the age of 4. Now with two small sons of his own, the "Don Jon" star, director and writer focuses on keeping his personal life private, not even revealing the names of his kids. At least we know his wife is named Tasha McCauley and she's a "robotic scientist." What we would give for a peek into their lives.
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