Found: 15 Celebs' Yearbook Superlatives That Are Just as Perfect Today
JENNIFER LAWRENCE: MOST TALKATIVE
"Two consecutive years," the Passengers actress revealed on the Graham Norton Show. "It was hard to get."
CHRIS PRATT: CLASS CLOWN
All together now: Duh!
KATE MCKINNON: MOST THEATRICAL
We wouldn't expect anything less from the Saturday Night Live star.
SANDRA BULLOCK: MOST LIKELY TO BRIGHTEN YOUR DAY
"I worked hard for that one," she told Good Morning America many years later.
MISSY ELLIOTT: CLASS CLOWN
The musician is a woman of many talents.
BRAD PITT: BEST DRESSED
We're still swooning over his dapper suits on the red carpet — all these years later.
GILLIAN ANDERSON: MOST LIKELY TO BE ARRESTED
The X-Files star was also voted "Most Bizarre" and "Class Clown."
OPRAH WINFREY: MOST POPULAR
The legendary talk show host remains popular to this day.
AMY SCHUMER: CLASS COMEDIAN
Truthfully, we'd be surprised otherwise. For her yearbook quote, the Trainwreck star went with this Ani DiFranco lyric: "I was blessed with a birth and a death and I guess I just want some say in between."
MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY: MOST HANDSOME
Something tells us wife Camila Alves most definitely agrees.
BLAKE LIVELY: CLASS CLOWN
While The Shallows actress regularly makes us cackle on Instagram, we would have thought she earned "Most Popular" or "Most Likely to Become a Hair Model" during her high school years.
DIANA ROSS: BEST DRESSED
And to be honest, we'd still kill to raid The Supremes' frontwoman's wardrobe.
KEVIN SPACEY: BEST ACTOR
No surprise here.
WILL FERRELL: CLASS CLOWN
Years later, Ferrell would be voted "Best Member of All Time" in a 2014 Saturday Night Live poll.
BRUCE WILLIS: MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT
We never would have guessed considering the actor has made a living playing stoic badasses in films like Die Hard.