This Artist Wanted To Know How 20 Famous People Who Passed Away Too Soon Would Look Today, So He Used A.I. To Get The Answer

For the Grim Reaper, everyone is equal: famous or not, rich or poor, healthy or sickly. Just like ordinary people pass away from cancer or fatal accidents and illnesses, so do the rich and famous. And over the years, many goodbyes have been said to well-known and beloved public figures from the entertainment industry.

To reminisce over those who’ve gone too soon, artist Hidreley Leli Dião decided to invoke modern technologies and reinterpret what these people would look like today. Hidreley used artificial intelligence software to recreate some of the world’s most famous people as older versions of themselves.

Scroll below to see what these famous people would look like in 2022 if they were still alive. If you would like to see more of Hidreley’s A.I. recreations, check out our previous posts here and here.

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#1 Kurt Cobain

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#2 Brian Jones

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#3 Bobby Darin

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#4 Prince Rogers Nelson

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#5 Diana, Princess Of Wales

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#6 Elvis Presley

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#7 Anne Frank

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#8 Jayne Mansfield

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#9 Tupac Shakur

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#10 Robin Williams

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#11 Michael Clarke Duncan

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#12 Michael Jackson

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#13 Jeff Buckley

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#14 Amy Winehouse

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#15 Dennis Wilson

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#16 Jonathan Brandis

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#17 Marilyn Monroe

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#18 Keith Moon

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#19 Cory Monteith

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#20 Heather O’Rourke (The Little Girl From The Movie “Poltergeist)

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People Post Their Reactions To Elon Musk’s Daughter Fully Cutting Ties With Her Father After Coming Out As Transgender (14 posts)

Elon Musk can’t stay away from drama, can’t he? With the Twitter takeover, all Tesla employees have to return to the office drama, involvement in the Amber Heard case, and now this… this is the life of the rich and famous, we suppose. Entertaining for us? Yes. Much fun for him? Not really.

Those who’ve been following the news already know that one of Musk’s children filed the paperwork required for a name change, recognition of a change of gender, and the issuance of a new birth certificate. The teenager filed the paperwork with a Santa Monica court in April, shortly after her birthday.

“Gender identity and the fact that I no longer live with or wish to be related to my biological father in any way, shape or form,” was the official reason the teenager stated in a petition. Billionaire and Justine Wilson’s daughter decided to legally change her name to Vivian Jenna Wilson, adopting her mother’s previous last name, ultimately cutting ties with her biological father, Elon Musk.

Reactions to and discussions about this entire situation have been flooding the internet. To see how the whole situation played out, scroll below and leave a comment with your own thoughts.

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Elon Musk’s daughter revealed she identifies as a trans woman in a name change application she filed in April

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As she adopts her mother Justine Musk’s maiden name, she will now go by Vivian Jenna Wilson

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The reason for the petition was shared online along with the official document

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While Musk has not yet reacted, he has tweeted some transphobic remarks in the recent past

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People began criticizing Musk for his transphobia, and this is what they had to say about it

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Some Twitter users responded to those who had criticized Vivian for her actions

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Others offered unconditional support to the 18-year-old

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