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After more than a decade topping the pop charts, Lady Gaga made her feature film debut in 2018 with Bradley Cooper’s update of the film “A Star Is Born.” Her performance as her co-star earned Gaga multiple award nominations, surprising us and introducing the world to what might be the best new singer-turned-actress in years.
Located as “The Fresh Prince” since 1990 with the debut of the popular series The “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”, Will Smith has been one of the singers that we not only remember for his success as a rapper, but as an actor. After strong box office performances in “Men In Black” and “Wild Wild West,” Smith turned to more serious acting with his Academy Award-nominated portrayal of boxer Muhammad Ali in 2001.
In 2019, Beyonce added “film director” to her extensive resume with the release of “Homecoming” on Netflix, a documentary about her legendary Coachella performance in 2018. Before that, she had already garnered our attention and admiration – and that of all her fans – with great performances and roles on “Dreamgirls” and “Cadillac Records” while earning massive success on the Billboard charts thanks to her majestic voice.
Rihanna began her acting career with a cameo, only to challenge herself to take on bigger roles in the future. It’s safe to say that almost everyone has heard of Rihanna when it comes to her music, but she’s had some big roles throughout her life that as a fan you should know about, like “Battleship” and “Ocean’s 8.” ». One of her most memorable acting credits, of course, has been for her role as Marion Crane in “Bates Motel.”
Timberlake has managed to impress his audience as a guy who succeeds at anything he sets his mind to. Whether as a teenage heartthrob in the boy band NSYNC, as a solo singer with hits like “Sexy Back” or “Can’t Stop The Feeling!” or as someone who took a break from her music career from 2008 to 2012 to focus on acting. With his acting performances in movies like “The Social Network” or “Friends with Benefits”, he has shown that he deserves all our admiration.
She’s appeared in silly movies like “Girls Trip” and “Bringing Down the House,” but Queen Latifah showed off her acting chops best in the 2002 Oscar-winning adaptation of the beloved musical “Chicago.” She also had an equally amazing role as “Motormouth” Maybelle Stubbs in the film adaptation of “Hairspray,” a musical based on the original John Waters film. The most recent appearance of her on her screen can be seen in “End of the Road”, available on Netflix.
Anyone who has appreciated the success of Cher’s sound and voice was not surprised when she made the leap from the Billboard charts to the big screen. She got her start as an actress on Broadway in “Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean” and went on to deliver critically acclaimed performances in films like “Moonstruck” and “Silkwood,” the latter of which even earned her a Academy Award.