If You’re A Scorpio, Here Are Some Stellar People You Share Your Sign With
Scorpios get the illest rap of the zodiac chart, no question. They have a valid reputation as passionate, intense and cunning people, with a sexual charisma like no other. It’s all true. They’re not-so-positively recognized for being jealous, manipulative, secretive and resentful people.
Tbh, we all can spot a Scorpio from a mile away, partly because they demand to be in the spotlight and party because we are inexplicably attracted to them (or repulsed). Either way, you know a Scorpio because you have a strong reaction.
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Born on October 24, 1983, Bailon is our favorite old school Cheetah Girl gone pop artist. Today, she is the co-host of “The Real” talk show alongside Tamera Mowry and other Disney stars.
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Karamo Brown, born November 2, 1980, is the perfect illustration of how introspective and sensitive Scorpios can be. While they have a strong affect on the people around them, it all stems from a very deep inner emotional world. Karamo Brown is part Cuban, and a breakout star from Netflix series “Queer Eye.”
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YouTube star Beth Mota was born on November 7, 1995 and is proud and outspoken about her Mexican and Portuguese heritage. In a classic Scorpio move, she started YouTube to find a positive outlet from bullying at school–she delved inward and the world noticed.
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Born Miguel Jontel Pimentel, infamous in the music industry, was born in San Pedro, CA on October 23, 1985, the cusp of Scorpio and Libra. He first wanted to become a dancer, but at 14, he started writing and recording songs on his uncle’s four-track recorder. The rest is history.
The Bella Twins
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Brie and Nikki Bella are a famous professional wrestling duo, who happen to be twins born on November 21, 1983. The two are Mexican-Italians and have made appearances on the television screen as well. Scorpios are fighters, just like we suspected.
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The “Riverdale” actress was born on November 2, 1973 and raised in Chicago. Like a true Scorpio, she confessed to AskMen of her rebellious teenage past: “I remember being 17 and looking around at some of the people that I was hanging out with, and I had this realization that if I didn’t knock this off now it would become my life.”
That’s when she started acting.
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Born on November 11, 1986, Victor Cruz is famous for winning the 2010 Super Bowl for the Giants over the Patriots. His mother is Puerto Rican and he grew up going to Catholic school hoping against hope he’d make it to the literal big leagues.
Scorpios can do anything they set their mind to.
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Salice Rose is an icon in the Latino LGBT community. Born on November 20, the Peruvian princesa states on her website:
“Listen. You are not what happened to you. You are not your bank account balance, your body type, your follower count, your gender, skin color, college education or lack thereof. Here, you are part of a diverse and fearless family of individuals from all backgrounds.”
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Cubana television host, comedian and model Daisy Fuentes was born on November 17 in Havana. Back when schools were still getting away with “Best Looking”, Fuentes took the cake in 1984, and went on to model. Y’know, because Scorpios are mesmerizing award winners.
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The now 87-year-old October 29, 1930 born Cubana singer and dancer is the ultimate Diva of Buena Vista Social Club. Oh, and true to Scorpio’s nature, she’s brilliant, and an honorary doctorate of the Cuban Arts University of Cuba.
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Born Álvaro José Arroyo González on November 1 in Barranquilla, Colombia, the singer was a salsa and Caribbean legend. He even has a Colombian bee named after him. It’s called Geotrigona joearroyoi. Cute.
Dania J. Ramirez
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the November 8 Santo Domingo, DR native is newly famous for starring as the first Latina Cinderella in the seventh season of “Once Upon A Time”. She’s also known for her role in “The Sopranos,” “Entourage” and “Devious Maids.” Leave it to a Scorpio to become Cinderella.
Cote de Pablo
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Born as María José de Pablo Fernández on November 12, the Chilean beauty has mad brains. She graduated from Carnegie Mellon and is famous for her role as Ziva David on “NCIS.”
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Born on the first day of Scorpio season (October 23), Drew Ramos is part of the winning group “In Real Life” from the reality series “Boy Band.” He’s a proud New Yorican from the Bronx and his Instagram aesthetic is it.
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Meirelles is pretty well known in the Brazilian film business. Born on November 9 in São Paulo, the director is famous for co-directing “City of God.”
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We really thrive when we’re from the Bronx, I guess. Born on November 8, Mena was on the original “Love & Hip Hop: New York” and today, she’s on “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” for it’s seventh season. You go, girl.
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Born on October 30, the Chilean actor is best known for playing Ramiro in “Soy Luna,” and since then, has become an Instagram star. Check him out.
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I’ve always wished I was born on Halloween, like Mateo, here. I guess there’s only a 1 in 365 chance and someone has to have it. His brother is Moisés Arias, who you’d recognize from “Hanna Montana.”
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Born on October 24, Cuban/Colombian Conte is just 23 years old and a major proud Latino American YouTube star. He’s been making vines since he was 13 years old and is already married to fellow YouTuber Jess Conte.