Born Angela Yeung Wing, fans know her better by her very cute stage name “Angelababy.” The half Chinese and half German model, actress, and singer (hello, triple threat) was actually dubbed as “the woman with the world’s most beautiful face.”
In addition to starring in a slew of Hollywood blockbusters, the stunning starlet was elected as one of the New Four Dan Actresses in 2013, the term was coined to describe the four of Mainland China’s most bankable film actresses.
Today's ultimate pop diva, Ariana Grande has enormous vocal talents, a superstar quality, and of course, drop-dead gorgeous looks. With beauty and cuteness combined Grande is one of the most recognizable faces in pop. We would be remiss if we didn't mention her successful acting career.
The singer actually got her start on stage, starring in some famous musicals, namely "Annie" and "13." She also starred in Nickelodeon's "Sam & Cat." Her impressive yet funny appearances on The Tonight Shows where she showcases her vocal impressions are probably one of the best things on late-night talk shows.
Charlotte McKinney found fame like many a millennial - on social media. The Florida native who was born in 1993 was trying to make it as a model but found little success. Well, she showed them, because after creating an Instagram account in which she showcased her look, she gained far more attention than she ever expected.
After that, the deals rolled in, and ever since she has worked with Esquire Magazine, made an iconic appearance in Carl Jr's and even made TV show appearances in "Dancing With the Stars" and "Baywatch"
The 34-year-old Israeli actress and model, Gal Gadot, took the world by storm when she wore that Amazonian armor in 'Wonder Woman'. Her first appearance on the big screen was in 'Fast & Furious', which she starred in just 5 years earlier, after being crowned Miss Israel in 2004.
Her Hebrew name means "riverbanks wave" and she completed 2 full years of military service in the Israeli army as a combat instructor, which she claims helped her win the breakthrough role in Fast & Furious. When asked about her service, she said, "You give two or three years, and it's not about you. You learn discipline and respect."
From her talented acting to her innocent Swedish beauty, actress Alicia Vikander couldn't stay unnoticed for too long. Alicia got her big break playing the artificially intelligent humanoid robot in the science fiction film, 'Ex Machina', and was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for the role. Vikander was born and raised in Sweden. She began acting as a child and trained as a ballet dancer from a young age.
Vikander identifies herself as a feminist and promotes gender equality in films. "I'd just made five films in a row" she explained, "and [Tulip Fever] was the first one where I had a scene with another woman...There's a change happening, and I want to be part of that. You see something like The Hunger Games or Insurgent proving that a female role can carry a successful blockbuster", she told The Guardian.