At 90+, these celebrities have seen a lot of sh*t go down.
Old people: They're reservoirs of hidden wisdom, and if all goes well, we'll all become them someday.
Despite the fact that—barring outside circumstances—everyone gets old, it's surreal to imagine our favorite celebrities as wrinkly elders. But time will have its way with all of us. That doesn't mean we should forget our elders, though; we would do well to learn from them.
Here are twelve celebrities you may not know were still living…
Dick Van Dyke
Hollywood legend Dick Van Dyke has achieved immortalized success in the entertainment industry. With five Emmys and a Grammy and Tony under his belt, he is best known for starring in Mary Poppins, Bye Bye Birdie, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, and many more iconic films. He was born in 1925 and is currently 94.
Whether liberal or conservative, Chris Pratt's politics are apparently the most important thing in the world...
This is an incredibly consequential time in American history.
With less than two weeks left until the 2020 presidential election, the future of the nation hangs in the balance, and it all hinges on one essential question: Which side is Chris Pratt on?
Lack of star power and corporate backing is causing the show to lose steam.
With the entire world stuck at home sheltering in place, musicians have had to resort to entertaining fans (and themselves) virtually.While some entertained the weary masses in the form of TikTok videos and Instagram challenges, others went as far as performing concerts and DJ sets from the comfort of their homes. But it would be the platform created by super producers Swizz Beatz and Timbaland that would become the frontrunner in quarantine entertainment.
On March 24, Verzuz was born as a showdown between accomplished artists, songwriters, and producers playing their most popular songs against each other in the spirit of friendly competition. Instagram Live would act as the battleground for the clash of musical titans. Swizz and Timbaland would not only serve as the masterminds of the series but its inaugural battle participants.