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Your Zodiac Will Reveal Which 80s Celeb You're Most Like

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Growing up in the 80s meant that you got to experience some of the greatest music, shows, and movies that have ever been made. Yes, obviously great stuff is still being made, but the 80s really was one-of-a-kind.

The characters and celebrities of the 80s were really unique and awesome, and it's always been one of those things where you can't help but wonder which one your friends would compare you to. One way to try and figure out who you are most like is by judging by your zodiac sign. The zodiac is a fun way to look at your personality, and by matching up the personality to some famous characters from the 80s it may help you understand yourself a little bit better. Let's see who you are.


You are strong and confident, able to rule over any situation. People admire you and you are always the leader. Your 80s counterpart? Cyndi Lauper.

She's brave, bold, and truly one of a kind. She's the person who will not only tell you that you need to have fun, but she will make sure that it happens, just like you!


You are deliberate in everything you do, and your ability to spread love makes everyone feel welcomed. Your patience and stubbornness can be both positive and negative depending on how you handle yourself. Your 80s counterpart? Westley from The Princess Bride, aka Cary Elwes!

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Who knew there were three more romantic words than "I love you." "As you wish," are the three words that anyone really wants to hear. And his stubborn, persistent, and calculated actions are very much descriptive of the Taurus personality.


You are curious and friendly, and you have the quickest wit in town. You are so much fun to be around which is great, because you thrive when you're around people. Who is most like you? Bill Murray, AKA Peter Venkman in Ghostbusters.


He's clever, social, and charming, even though he has a little bit of nerves at times he always finds a way to conquer them when he's with his friends.


While you may be a little bit moody and pessimistic, you are also caring and sentimental. Your 80s counterpart is Molly Ringwald in Sixteen Candles.

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You might not always be in the best mood, but when you're treated well, you will be able to find room in your heart for someone new.

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