Kobe Bryant's Daughter Natalia Is Interning on Beyonce's World Tour
's latest career endeavors have been a slam dunk. Natalia Bryant
The 20-year-old daughter of
and the late Vanessa Bryant partnered with Kobe Bryant for her Renaissance World Tour, which Beyoncé officially kicked off earlier this month in Stockholm.
On the tour's
website, Natalia, who is currently studying at the University of Southern California, is credited as "intern" under Parkwood Entertainment, which is Beyoncé's entertainment and management company.
And this isn't the first time Natalia and Beyoncé have collaborated. In November 2021, Natalia modeled for the "Alien Superstar" singer's Ivy Park campaign, with images showing her donning a striped two-piece set complete with a blazer.
"I'm so excited to be a part of the new Ivy Park campaign!!!!" Natalia—who had signed with IMG Models nine months prior—
wrote on Instagram at the time. "Love you so much Auntie BB."
Since those days, Natalia has elevated her fashion game at every event. However, she always makes sure to let her personality shine first.
"Just try to be you," she told E! News
last November. "Portray yourself through your outfit and then you'll love your outfit even more."
For Natalia, that also means trying out different looks as she finds a style that works for her. Case in point: The
pink maxi-dress she wore at the 2022 CFDA Fashion Awards, followed by a chic white button-down look at a Revolve event in December 2022. Getty Images
"I'm really stepping into my own style," she told E! News at the time. "Growing up, I've definitely been influenced by my friends or family members. It's been an interesting experience being able to watch my own style evolve over the years."
While Natalia is putting in work with Beyoncé, keep scrolling to see more stars and the surprising jobs they had when they were young.
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Vivica A. Fox
The actress' first job was at a hot dog stand! She was inspired to go into the entertainment industry after seeing
Diana Ross and Michael Jackson in concert, but said she "never forgot" where she came from.
The first daughter
reportedly had a summer job working the takeout window at a seafood restaurant on Martha's Vineyard.
The late-night host started off working in a grocery store. Not too bad, right? Except that he had to scrape gum off the welcome mats!
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When asked about his worst job before acting, the
Thor star answered "cleaning breast pumps" at a pharmacy. Huh? John Salangsang/REX/Shutterstock
Before walking red carpets, Amy was waiting tables at Hooters. She said the gig was a great way to earn money to buy a car.
As a teen, Oprah worked at a grocery store near her father's barber shop. The worst part? "I wasn't allowed to talk to the customers," she said, adding "Can you imagine that for me?"
The rapper revealed she started off waiting tables at Red Lobster restaurants: "I've gotten fired from all three or four of them."
Before she was in front of the camera, Mindy worked behind the counter at a video store. Admitted the actress, "I think I learned nothing from it."
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In high school, the iconic actor would sell popcorn and peanuts at California's Oakland Coliseum, home of MLB's Athletics. Who would've thought he'd go on to play a baseball star in
A League of Their Own? Dimitrios Kambouris/WireImage
It's no surprise he looks like an expert in
Magic Mike, because he is! Before making it big in acting, Tatum was a male stripper under the stage name "Chan Crawford." Jonathan Leibson/Getty Images
McAdams at McDonalds! The
Notebook alum used to work at the fast food chain, but later said she's sticking strictly to acting "I was not a great employee." John Salangsang/Variety/REX/Shutterstock
Before she was a top dog in Hollywood, Emma worked behind the counter at a dog treat bakery. Seeing puppies all day? Doesn't sound too ruff.
Before her famous role as Rachel on
Friends, the actress made her allowance cleaning toilets ("I'm actually pretty good at it," she's said) and was later a bike messenger in NYC.
Before becoming a household name, the actor was a bell hop and once aspired to become a Catholic priest. Ironic, huh?
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Wolverine actor worked behind the counter at a 7-Eleven before being fired for talking to the customers too much. We sure wouldn't mind talking to him!
The brunette bombshell previously worked at a smoothie shop, where she had to dress up in a full-body banana suit. We bet she still looked gorgeous in it!
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Glee star worked a variety of jobs such as taxi driver, a Wal-Mart greeter and a car washer. That's where his strong work ethic came from!
The eldest Kardashian's first job was as a movie production assistant, where she had to yell "cut" and "rolling" all day.
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Before displaying his dreamy accent and sultry abs onscreen, Butler worked at a law firm in Edinburgh, Scotland. Smart
and sexy. Dimitrios Kambouris/WireImage
Before the "Wrecking Ball" star started twerking everywhere, she had a job cleaning houses at a place called Sparkles Cleaning Service. Werk, Miley.
This leading man used to work at El Pollo Loco restaurant on Sunset Boulevard, dressing as a giant chicken for the chicken joint.
Before Lady Gaga became a multi-platinum artist, the "Applause" singer worked as a waitress at a NYC diner. Now, she's selling out arenas with her infectious pop beats!
The comedian started out as a busboy at his local Red Lobster in Queens, N.Y., earning minimum wage.
Before Stefani became one of the queens of pop, she earned money working at Dairy Queen.
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Now one of the most respected actors in Hollywood, Walken used to work as a lion tamer in a circus. We're glad he got out of that phase unscathed!
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America's sweetheart served drinks as a struggling actress working to pay rent. During her stint as a bartender, she learned a lot of accents and imitated the girls she served!
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It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia! But apparently not at the mortuary DeVito used to work at where he styled the hair of corpses.
The singer lasted only two weeks at his first job at McDonald's. Why? His manager yelled at him for putting too much salt on the fries, so he walked out!
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Pretty Woman actress worked behind the counter scooping ice cream at Baskin Robbins before she became famous. Jason Merritt/Getty Images
The actor's first job was cleaning up at a local barbershop when he was 11 years old. While working there, he learned a lot about acting and "hustling!"
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