17 Times Celebrities Actually Predicted The Future

“Never underestimate your power to manifest your dreams…”


Dove Cameron tweeted about wanting to play Bubbles in a live-action Powerpuff Girls movie way back in 2013:


Similarly, Simu Liu put this tweet out into the Marvel universe back in 2018:


Emma Roberts shared this pic from when she was 7, with the caption, “Never underestimate your power to manifest your dreams ladies…”

Of course, she eventually appeared in Scream 4 in 2011:

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Dan Levy jokingly tweeted after a fan shared a funny pic of his Schitt’s Creek character, David:

This face better win me an Emmy because it’s definitely not winning me a date. https://t.co/Lz7DYifpyL

04:36 PM – 04 Mar 2020

Twitter: @danjlevy

Lo and behold, it absolutely DID win him an Emmy — plus two more Emmys for writing and directing:

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Just…everything about this two-year gap in tweets from Lil Nas X:

Twitter: @LilNasX


Olivia Rodrigo has been a massive fan of Taylor Swift’s since she was a little kid, and she even shared the photo evidence…

…and in 2021, Taylor has supported Olivia’s music, and the pair finally met at the Brit Awards:

Halsey and Evan Peters eventually dated for a while in 2020:

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It’s kind of hilarious that this Halloween pic is the only one I could officially download, but I love it.


Lizzo spoke to ET about manifesting being at the VMAs the year that Missy Elliott got the Vanguard Award…and she was!

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“I always told myself that, and the fact that that actually happened means that dreams really do come true and you can actually manifest your reality,” she said.


Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Melissa Fumero had a crush on the guy in Mariah Carey’s 1997 “Honey” music video back when she was 13 or 14…

…that guy happens to be David Fumero, whom she married in 2007! They dated for two months before Melissa even realized that he was her dream guy from the video.


In 2013, Tom Holland was asked what superhero he would want to play, and he said this:

Of course, the reboot of the reboot was fast-tracked, and he started playing the role of Peter Parker/Spider-Man in 2016 — 3 years later, instead of 10:


Demi Lovato tweeted about singing the national anthem at a Super Bowl one day all the way back in 2010:

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In a 2018 interview, Katherine Schwarzenegger was asked to choose between Chris Pratt, Chris Evans, or Chris Hemsworth. While she first said Chris Evans, she quickly changed her answer to this…

…a year later in 2019 they announced their engagement:

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Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes had this delightful tweet in 2013:

I bet it feels amazing to be the quarterback who says “I’m going to Disney World” after winning the Super Bowl #Qbs

11:19 PM – 06 Feb 2013

Twitter: @PatrickMahomes

And here it is ~literally~ coming true in 2020:

“Something I’ve wanted to say my whole life… I’m going to Disney World!”

@PatrickMahomes is heading to the Magic Kingdom 🙌

03:36 AM – 03 Feb 2020

Twitter: @NFLonFOX


In 2014, Joe Manganiello was asked by People about his ideal woman, and he said Sofía Vergara…

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…fast-forward to now, and the pair has been married since 2015:

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Lili Reinhart said “in my dreams” about going to the Met Gala in 2017:

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In an interview with W Magazine, Jodie Turner-Smith said this about her first celeb crush:

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ICYMI, she’s now married to Joshua Jackson, who played Pacey — and they have a daughter together!


And in her audition for Disney Channel, Selena Gomez joked about how she and her friend would always play around with glowsticks and draw the iconic Mickey Mouse logo:

This, obviously, came true many times over:

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