Nothing expresses “bewilderment” more clearly than little Talerico who holds her hands in front of her, eyes wide and mouth open in surprise. The image has become a widely used meme online in recent years, or an image that people use to respond appropriately to something. The image is also called “Good luck Charlie“Mimi” is a reference to the Disney series of the same name from which the scene was taken.
Nearly ten years after the show ended (2010-2014), Talerico is once again a hit on the Internet. This week she experienced her first days of high school in the United States, also known as “Ninth grade'The name of the thing. That's why Mia, now a teenager, took a photo with a chalkboard with the start date on Instagram. The photo also appeared on the news account Pop base on
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This is what the faces from other memes look like now
Many people write that they enjoy seeing Mia Tallerico again, but they also suddenly feel old. Besides Tallerico, there are more people who became “famous” as a meme at a young age:
when: 'The side looks to Chloe'
Chloe Klemm came from the United States to the internet as a little girl in 2013 after appearing in her parents' YouTube video. They surprised Chloe and her big sister Lily with a trip to Disneyland and filmed their reaction. When Lily started crying with joy, Chloe wore a look as if she thought it was a bit too much. A moment that went down in history as “The side looks to Chloe“, including T-shirts and posters bearing the image.
Now: In seventh grade with money
Clem, now 12, started this month Seventh grade, or “middle school”, equivalent to first grade in the Netherlands. The family made a good profit from the fame of Klim: they sold the meme as so-called Non-fungible token (I am a boy). This is one way to monetize an original digital image. A music production company from Dubai paid about 69 thousand euros for this.
Then: reaction on the buttocks
American Michael McGee is the main character of the meme which was actually meant quite differently. His best friend took a photo during algebra class in 2013. They wanted to capitalize on the trend at the time, where people reacted in a funny way after seeing beautiful buttocks. McGee had a “knack” for making the veins in his forehead bulge and he did it for the photo. Another person later added the caption “holding a fart next to a pretty girl in class” and that's how the photo became known.
Now: not rich
Michael McGee celebrated his 25th birthday late last year. As a celebrity, he says he's “retired.” This had nothing to do with wealth: later, he wanted to take his success seriously, so he could make money from the image. He also expressed interest in selling his meme as an NFT, but as far as we know, that hasn't happened. He's still friends with the girl next to him in the photo, Amber.
when: 'Roll safe'
British actor Kayode Eommi is at the center of the so-called Roll safe-Mimi. In 2016, he played the character Reese Simpson (also called Roll Safe) in an online series. The way he tapped his head with his fingers became a symbol of someone who thinks he's smart, but isn't actually acting that smart.
Now: Sweater on the Willow
Ewumi decided to discontinue Roll Safe a few years ago after several productions. He hung the character's jacket—actually his father's jacket—on a willow tree. He said he was offered large sums of money to wear it again and appear in commercials. He could have used that money, but it wasn't convenient, so he refused. Ewumi is still working and has his own production house.
when: Disaster girl
American Zoe Roth was four years old when her parents took her to a house that was on fire (controlled). Her father took a picture of the girl who had a devilish smile on her face, as if she had set the fire herself. The photo circulated online in its original form, but was also edited so that Chloe viewed it maliciously during other disasters, such as the sinking of the Titanic.
Now: Rich and in control
Zoe, now 23, was not recognized on the street, despite the meme Disaster girl. She wrote: She loved seeing how creative people were in the photo, but she also felt a lack of control New York times. After all, Roth was constantly online without having any effect on him. That's why she sold the image as an NFT in 2021. She made about €400,000 from it and retains the copyright, meaning she gets 10 percent if the image is sold again. She says the money will go to charities and to pay off her student debt, among other things.
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