When we are 20 years old, our concern revolves around the opinions of others about us.

When we reach the age of 20, our preoccupation lies in the thoughts others have about us. By the time we turn 40, we no longer concern ourselves with their opinions. And as we reach 60, we come to realize that they haven’t been contemplating us at all.

The statement about age’s significance was not originally attributed to Ann Landers.

In March, we disproved a Facebook post that falsely attributed the quote to Winston, which stated: “At 20, you’re concerned about others’ opinions; at 40, you stop caring about what others think; at 60, you realize no one ever thought about you at all.”

If we advance seven months, we encounter an almost identical post, except this time the statement is credited to the deceased advice columnist Ann Landers.

The post titled “Aging Gracefully” starts with the statement, “In our twenties, we are concerned about the opinions of others. By the time we reach our forties, we no longer bother about what they think. And when we turn sixty, we realize that they haven’t been giving us any thought at all.”

Thanks to AI We Can Now See What These 15 Celebrities Would Have Looked Like Today

Artificial intelligence already has a very important place in our society. There are so many great applications of it in daily life, however, it can be used for entertainment purposes as well. While we can’t show the future with 100% accuracy, AI can still show us something close to what our beloved stars would’ve looked like nowadays.

1. Marilyn Monroe

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2. Diana, Princess of Wales

3. Steve Irwin

4. Brittany Murphy

5. Kobe Bryant

6. Paul Walker

7. Heath Ledger

8. Elvis Presley

9. River Phoenix

10. Whitney Houston

11. Robin Williams

12. Anna Nicole Smith

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13. Cory Monteith

14. Aaliyah

15. Bob Marley

Are there any lost loved ones you wish you could see today? Which celebs would you like to see next?

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