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These Celebrities Prove Pisces Are True-Blue Baddies

Being a baddie is written in the stars.

When they’re essentially empathic and defined by their sensitive side, these celebrities prove that Pisces are still the baddest out of all zodiac signs.

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While they’re essentially empaths, hopeless romantics, and able to tap into their sensitive side (which is never a bad thing), Pisces are also creative people. They have an appreciation for art, an eye for beauty, and a penchant for dressing well.

Ever wondered why Pisces dominates the creative scene? It’s in their cosmic DNA. These imaginative individuals naturally channel their emotions through artistic masterpieces or soulful melodies. Among the ranks of artistic powerhouses born under this water sign are Andrea Brillantes, Denise Julia, and Kaila Estrada. Each might have made their name on their terms, but they share a common thread—they’re all baddies. Highly confident, independent, and undeniably unapologetic.

To welcome the start of Pisces szn, take a look at the list of personalities born between February 20 and March 20. You’ll most likely arrive at the conclusion that Pisces is the baddest out of all zodiac signs.

Alexa Ilacad

Alexa Ilacad’s baddie behavior? She’s straight-from-the-shoulder direct and allergic to naysayers. Born on February 26, 2000, the actress has been in show business for a while, but that doesn’t mean she’s stopping from clapping back whenever necessary.

Andrea Brillantes

Born on March 12, 2003, Andrea Brillantes has been standing up for herself and her family from a young age. Apart from her acting career, she is the CEO of her own beauty brand and serves as the family’s breadwinner. Balancing all these responsibilities while facing countless criticisms from the media? Now, that’s baddie behavior at its finest.

Denise Julia

If you’re trying to picture a textbook baddie, Denise Julia has you covered. Born on February 26, 2002, the hailed Patron Saint of Situationships is three things: has her boundaries set, priorities straight, and is undeniably unapologetic. If you’re aiming to channel that type of confidence, listen to her music—ASAP.

Jillian Ward

Born on February 23, 2005, Jillian Ward has seamlessly transitioned from being a ‘bibo’ child actress to a bigger, bolder, and brighter star. While we may frequently see her on television, scrolling through her Instagram will reveal that she’s winning both on and off the screen. Who could forget her first sports car at the age of 17?

Julia Barretto

Born on March 10, 1997, Julia has been in the limelight ever since she can remember—meaning she’s also a target for countless criticisms and rude comments. While it’s important to clap back whenever the situation calls for it, there’s one thing we all learned from Julia Barretto, it’s that sometimes, it’s better to protect your peace. Yes, being a baddie doesn’t always mean you have to put on a fierce face.

Kaila Estrada

Born on March 16, 1996, and another actress with a family in the industry, that didn’t stop Kaila Estrada from making a name for herself on her own terms. With stellar performances in Can’t Buy Me Love and Linlang, the rising star didn’t need her surname for people to remember who she is. At this point, we’re on the edge of our seats, eagerly waiting for the next chapter of this Pisces.

Lexi Gonzales

If there’s one thing that people remember about Pisces, it’s that they’re caring and compassionate—the traits embodied by Lexi Gonzales. Born on February 23, 2000 to a single mother, the actress revealed that she entered the industry to help her mom raise a younger brother who has autism. As the stars align for this empathetic Piscean, Lexi Gonzales proves that kindness knows no bounds, on and off the screen.

Olivia Rodrigo

Born on February 20, 2003, nobody embodies the ~Pisces personality~ quite like Olivia Rodrigo. If you’ve ever listened to her music (I mean, who hasn’t?), you know that all feelings are on the table: angst, betrayal, love, and a reckoning with the pressures of the world.

And when she releases albums like GUTS, the Filipino-American artist captures the thoughts and deepest daydreams of every Pisces like no other.

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