21 Resurfaced Celeb Tweets That Have Actually Aged EXTREMELY Well

We all know that what we post on the internet stays on the internet forever — and that's especially true for celebs. The fun thing about that is sometimes it means you can uncover very wholesome tweets from celebrities before they were mega-famous that have a whole new meaning now. Take this Sabrina Carpenter tweet from when she was 11 years old, for example:

The Taylor Swift concert was amazing, had so much fun I cant wait to have a world tour someday like hers! lol with 2 sold out shows!!!!!

— Sabrina Carpenter (@SabrinaAnnLynn) March 20, 2010

Twitter: @SabrinaAnnLynn

Now Sabrina will be opening for Taylor Swift on the Latin American leg of her MASSIVE Eras Tour.

Taylor and Sabrina hugging, and a tour announcement with Sabrina's name
Kevin Winter / Getty Images, Taylor Swift / Via instagram.com

This kind of thing actually happens a lot more often than you'd think, so here are 20 more examples:

1.In 2011, Ariana Grande tweeted about her "dream role" being Glinda in Wicked:

Ariana's tweet: "Loved seeing Wicked again; amazing production! Made me realize again how badly I want 2 play Glinda at some point in my life! #DreamRole"
Ariana Grande / Twitter

Of course, Ariana was cast as Glinda in the upcoming two-part Wicked movie musical adaptation opposite Cynthia Erivo and Jonathan Bailey. Here she is on set living her dream:

Ariana in a gown as Glinda, surrounded by flowers

2. In 2014, Megan Thee Stallion tweeted because she just knew her career was on the rise:

I need a team bc I promise this rap shit gone take off for me

— TINA SNOW (@theestallion) May 27, 2014

Twitter: @theestallion

Of course she was right. Now Megan most definitely has a team...as well as a massive career, including three Grammy Awards!

Megan holding three awards
Kevin Mazur / Getty Images for the Recording Academy

3. In 2020, Rachel Sennott previewed which story she'd tell if she ever got the chance to be a guest on Late Night With Seth Meyers:

If I ever go on Seth Meyers I’m going to tell him that I gave my first blowjob to a guy who was an intern there and I picked him bc I thought interning at Seth Meyers was cool

— Rachel Sennott (@Rachel_Sennott) May 16, 2020

Twitter: @Rachel_Sennott

Here she is not only sharing the story but also sharing the tweet about it:

Rachel smiling and holding a framed copy of the tweet on Seth Meyers' show
NBC / Lloyd Bishop / NBC via Getty Images

4. In 2017, Lili Reinhart was asked if she was going to the Met Gala, and she said, "In my dreams":

Psh, I wish. In my dreams

— Lili Reinhart (@lilireinhart) May 1, 2017

Twitter: @lilireinhart

Of course, just one year later, in 2018, her dream came true — and she's now attended three times to date:

Lili at the Met Gala in 2018, 2019, and 2021
Getty Images

5. In 2010, Demi Lovato tweeted their dream of singing the national anthem at the Super Bowl:

One day, I'm gonna sing the national anthem at a super bowl. Onnnee dayyy....

— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) February 7, 2010

Twitter: @ddlovato

Of course, they did JUST that at the 2020 Super Bowl:

Demi singing in front of a microphone
Focus On Sport / Getty Images

6. That wasn't Demi's only manifesting success! There's this tweet from 2015:

I WILL get a Grammy nomination one day. No more fuckin around. Let's GO!!!!!

— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) February 8, 2015

Twitter: @ddlovato

It came true twice: Demi currently has two nominations and has performed at the show.

Demi in a straight gown on the red carpet
Jon Kopaloff / FilmMagic

7. And last Demi one, but I just thought this was cute. In 2009, Demi tweeted this:

P.S. I have to meet Britney Spears before I die.

— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) June 20, 2009

Twitter: @ddlovato

Of course, Britney and Demi eventually became judges on The X Factor together in 2012:

Demi and Britney smiling together
Steve Jennings / WireImage

8. In 2014, NBA star Giannis Antetokounmpo committed to bringing home a championship title to the Milwaukee Bucks:

I'll never leave the team and the city of Milwaukee till we build the team to a championship level team..

— Giannis Antetokounmpo (@Giannis_An34) July 17, 2014

Twitter: @Giannis_An34

Of course, he ultimately did just that seven years later, in 2021:

Close-up of Giannis smiling and holding an award
Barry Gossage / NBAE via Getty Images

9. In 2013, WNBA player Michaela Onyenwere was just 13 when she tweeted this:

#30FactsAboutMe my dream us to be in the wnba

— Michaela Onyenwere (@monyenwere_) February 8, 2013

Twitter: @monyenwere_

In 2021, Michaela was picked sixth in the WNBA draft. She's currently a forward for the Phoenix Mercury.

Michaela playing basketball
Barry Gossage / NBAE via Getty Images

10. In 2018, Simu Liu threw his hat in the *10 rings* and expressed his interest in the role of Shang-Chi:

OK @Marvel, are we gonna talk or what #ShangChi

— Simu Liu (@SimuLiu) December 3, 2018

Twitter: @SimuLiu

Of course, he ended up playing the role in Marvel's Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings in 2021:

Simu as Shang-Chi
Marvel / Courtesy Everett Collection

11. And Barry Keoghan replied to Simu's tweet, shooting his Marvel shot as well:

@TheRealStanLee Stan Lee, Please Make me a SuperHero :).

— Barry Keoghan (@BarryKeoghan) January 11, 2013

Twitter: @BarryKeoghan

Of course, Barry was cast as Druig in 2021's Eternals:

Barry as Druig
Marvel / Courtesy Everett Collection

12.In 2013, Halsey tweeted about their crush on Evan Peters:

Halsey tweeted "Petition for Evan Peters to date me"
Halsey / Twitter

The pair eventually dated briefly in 2019 before breaking up in March 2020:

Evan with his arm around Halsey's waist
Axelle / FilmMagic

13. In 2017, Rachel Zegler expressed her desire to be a real Disney princess after playing Ariel in her high school production of The Little Mermaid:

i wanna be a real disney princess pic.twitter.com/GCMwRDj2YM

— rachel zegler (she/her/hers) (@rachelzegler) June 13, 2017

Twitter: @rachelzegler

Of course, in 2021 it was announced that Rachel would play Snow White in the upcoming live-action Disney adaptation, out next year:

Headline about Rachel Zegler being cast as Snow White
Deadline / Via deadline.com

14. In 2013, Patrick Mahomes pondered what it would feel like to say an iconic line after winning the Super Bowl:

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

— Patrick Mahomes II (@PatrickMahomes) February 6, 2013

Twitter: @PatrickMahomes

Of course, in 2020 he was able to say it himself after winning the Super Bowl with the Kansas City Chiefs:

Patrick being interviewed and saying, "Something I've wanted to say my whole life: I'm going to Disney World!"
Focus On Sport / Getty Images

15. In 2010, a then-unknown Niall Horan applied for a little talent competition show and hoped for the best:

applied for xfactor,hope it all wrks out

— Niall Horan (@NiallOfficial) January 17, 2010

Twitter: @NiallOfficial

Spoiler alert: It definitely worked out. You know — "band called One Direction followed by a thriving solo career" kinda worked out.

One Direction band members standing in a row with their arms around each other's shoulder
Mark Cuthbert / UK Press via Getty Images

16.And in 2011, Ed Sheeran had some plans:

"Give me a few years, I've got some big plans"
Ed Sheeran / Twitter

Another spoiler alert: Those plans definitely succeeded. Ed would go on to receive 16 Grammy nominations and four wins.

Ed onstage, smiling, and holding an award
Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images

17. Speaking of Ed Sheeran — in 2015, Maisie Peters was dying a little bit inside over him:

Reading all the tweets of people at the ed sheeran premiere and just dying a little bit inside

— maisie peters (@maisiehpeters) October 22, 2015

Twitter: @maisiehpeters

And in 2021, Ed signed Maisie to his record label and later invited her to tour with him.

Maisie and Ed standing together
Axelle / FilmMagic

18. In 2020, like Sabrina Carpenter, Gracie Abrams was tweeting about being a massive Taylor Swift fan:

but at least i am in the top 1% of taylor swift listeners on spotify

— Gracie Abrams (@gracieabrams) February 26, 2020

Twitter: @gracieabrams

Of course, she's been an opener on Taylor's Eras Tour since April:

Sabring onstage singing and holding a microphone
Octavio Jones / Getty Images for TAS Rights Management

Dreams really do come true:

19. In 2017, Olivia Rodrigo was enjoying the Grammys from the comfort of her home:


— Olivia Rodrigo (@oliviarodrigo) February 12, 2017

Twitter: @oliviarodrigo

Of course, in 2021 she took home three Grammy Awards:

Olivia smiling and holding three awards
David Becker / Getty Images for the Recording Academy

20. And finally, bringing it back to the Taylor Swift of it all, here's Olivia Rodrigo celebrating Taylor back in 2020:


— Olivia Rodrigo (@oliviarodrigo) March 22, 2020

Twitter: @oliviarodrigo

And here they are posing together at the 2021 BRIT Awards after Olivia's song "Drivers License" made her a household name: