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    15 Celebrity #TBT Photos You Might Not Have Seen This Week

    Bad Bunny as a little kid in the late '90s kicks off this week's #ThrowbackThursday!

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    1. Bad Bunny celebrated having the No. 1 album in the US by sharing this photo of himself as a kid preforming on stage in the late '90s:

    2. Jenna Fischer promoted that she and Angela Kinsey would be talking about The Office episode "Fun Run Part 2" on their Office Ladies podcast by sharing this behind-the-scenes photo from it:

    3. In honor of Jay-Z's 51st birthday, Naomi Campbell posted this video clip of the two of them from his music video for his 2003 single, "Change Clothes":

    4. Troye Sivan celebrated the fifth anniversary of his debut album, Blue Neighbourhood, by sharing this photo of himself from 2015:

    5. Gal Gadot posted this photo of herself from when she visited LA for the first time in 2009:

    6. Madonna remembered her 1993 cover of "Fever":

    7. Miley Cyrus threw it back to her late '00s days to celebrate Plastic Hearts debuting at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Rock Albums chart:

    8. Lenny Kravitz shared this photo of himself and his dad on the set of his music video for "Let Love Rule" in 1989:

    9. Barbra Streisand posted this screen test photo she took for her 1968 classic movie Funny Girl:

    10. Ludacris celebrated the 16th anniversary of his fourth album, The Red Light District, by sharing the cover for it:

    11. Bryce Dallas Howard posted this behind-the-scenes photo from 2015's Jurassic World:

    12. Michelle Pfeiffer shared this photo of herself with her son in 1994:

    13. Bobby Berk posted this selfie he took of himself and fellow Queer Eye star Antoni Porowski on the red carpet of the 2019 Creative Arts Emmys:

    14. Kim Kardashian shared this photo of herself with her late father, Robert Kardashian, and Kourtney Kardashian in the late '90s:

    15. And lastly, Paul McCartney remembered John Lennon on the 40th annivsary of his death and shared this photo of the two of them in the late '60s:

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