12 times celebs were so relatable, we couldn't help but adore them a little more

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Just because they’re rich, famous, drive fancy cars and have like bajillion Instagram followers doesn’t mean they’re not human.

Here’s a list of times your fave celebs did things so relatable it got you in the feels.

When Adele shared her gym experience

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When Orlando Bloom lost his mind to Pharrell’s Happy

When Chris Pratt was all of us on a health trip

When Mindy Kaling got real about love

When Will Smith said this about love:

“The central idea of love is not even a relationship commitment, the first thing is a personal commitment to be the best version of yourself with or without that person that you’re with. You have to every single day — mind, body, and spirit — wake up with a commitment to be better," Will Smith told HuffPost of his relationship with Jada Pinkett Smith.

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When Blake Lively told WWD this;

“When I have bad days, I just eat lots of chocolate ice cream and dance to the ‘Lion King’ soundtrack. It’s really odd, but it’s true.”

When Rebel Wilson was like a kid when she went to Disneyland

When Chrissy Teigen tried aerial yoga and couldn’t get herself out of it

To Amy: the most patient human in the world

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When Nomzamo Mbatha went for a wax and it hurt like hell

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When Boity Thulo’s plane was grounded and she wanted wine to calm her nerves 

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When Pearl Thusi shared her conflicting feelings about the rain

When Bonang knew how to handle the trolls

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