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5 Celebrities You Didn’t Know Are Actually Related

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Family members usually share a close bond, and this includes many Hollywood bloodlines. There are the more well-known celebrity families, including the Kardashians, Jacksons, Osmonds, and more. But some celebrities have a unique connection with equally famous in-laws the public is often unaware of, like the following five heavy hitters.

Emily Blunt And Stanley Tucci

Emily Blunt and Stanley Tucci starred in the 2006 comedy drama The Devil Wears Prada. Little did the pair know they would one day be in-laws. At Blunt’s 2008 wedding to fellow actor John Krasinski, Tucci met the bride’s sister, Felicity. The couple immediately hit it off and eventually married in 2012.

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Kelly Clarkson And Reba McEntire

American Idol alum Kelly Clarkson was close friends with her future husband, Brandon Blackstock, years before their 2013 wedding. Blackstock’s father, Narvel Blackstock, was Clarkson’s manager. But when Clarkson married into the family, she gained an amazing step-mother-in-law, Reba McEntire. While McEntire and Blackstock’s 26-year-long marriage has since ended, Clarkson and McEntire are still close and will always be connected by their love of music.

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Christian Bale And Gloria Steinem

Gloria Steinem is one of the most influential feminists of all time. She revolutionized equal marriage, so it was surprising when she chose to get married in 2000. But she was happy and proud to be in an equal marriage. She married David Bale, becoming a stepmother to legendary Batman star Christian Bale.

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Ashlee Simpson And Diana Ross

As a child, Ashlee Simpson couldn’t have imagined she would one day be Diana Ross’s daughter-in-law. But that’s exactly what happened when Simpson married the iconic “Supremes” singer’s son, Evan Ross. Sometimes, Simpson can hardly believe this is her life, saying, “Wow, that’s my mother-in-law. She’s definitely larger than life.”

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Michael Bay And Leonard Nimoy

Michael Bay has made a name for himself as a brilliant film director, famous for his Transformers series. But if you dig deep into Bay’s family tree, you’ll spot a recognizable name: Leonard Nimoy. The legendary Star Trek star married Bay’s cousin, Susan Bay. Imagine spending your holiday meals with the one and only Spock.

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The Glorious Transformation Of Catherine Zeta-Jones’ Daughter Carys Zeta

Actress Catherine Zeta-Jones has the best life alongside husband Michael Douglas. Something they're both proud of are their two kids Dylan Michael and Carys Zeta. For Zeta-Jones, her daughter was something she wanted since she was a young adult. Nowadays, the two can be mistaken as twin sisters! Born Into Royalty Carys Zeta came into the world on April 20, 2003 in Ridgewood, New Jersey. Growing...

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Cardi B To Release ‘Invasion of Privacy’ Follow-Up In 2019

It was very hard to escape Cardi B in 2018. The New York City native became rap royalty with her debut album Invasion of Privacy. If you thought things were massive for her, wait until you hear what she has planned for 2019. On Instagram Live, Cardi B revealed plans to release her sophomore studio album this year. As expected, fans were...

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The Rock Gave Some Much Needed Acting Advice To John Cena

Over the years, John Cena has slowly become a major star in Hollywood. Last year, he was the star of two successful movies: Blockers and Bumblebee. The transition from wrestler to actor wasn't easy, though. Fortunately, he got some advice from someone in the same boat. My Time Is Now In an interview with The Floor Seat, Cena discussed how...

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