Now that the show is back in full swing, fans of its original run might wonder where the stars of My Super Sweet 16 are now. Some of the series's most famous teens went on to stay in the spotlight, while others transitioned into less-extravagant adulthood.
Read on to see the My Super Sweet 16 participants then and now - and try not to throw a diva-level tantrum while you're at it.
Teyana Taylor was the Harlem teen who signed a record deal with Pharrell Williams and wanted to celebrate with a 1980s-themed skate party. Taylor kept up her musical talents, managing to transform into a recording artist and star in her own reality show.
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Sophie Mitchell Moved To Switzerland And Became An Attorney
Sophie Mitchell was not yet 16 at the time of her Moulin Rouge-themed Sweet 16 bash. Mitchell's episode is perhaps the most meme-ified Sweet 16 installment of them all, but she didn't enjoy the negative attention it brought her.
Mitchell chose to finish her education overseas in Switzerland to move on from her notorious television appearance. She is now an assistant regional counsel for the Office of Criminal Conflict and Civil Regional Counsel in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
Before Chris Brown was a music superstar, he took his 16th birthday as an opportunity to host a double party - one was for fans and another was for celebrities. Highlights included a step team and drum-corps-aided entrance.
Brown's tumultuous personal life and run-ins with the law almost transcended his professional life. He continues to record music.
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Jacqueline Barkett Works For The DOJ's Counterterrorism Division
Jacqueline Barkett, along with pal Lauren, appeared in the show's first episode. Their choice to include '90s actor Pauly Shore on their guest list was strange yet interesting.
Barkett went on to study at Fordham Law School and work with the Department of Justice's counterterrorism division, where she earned the nickname "Homeland" based on her time abroad in Lebanon and Rome.