From 30 and thriving to 50 and fabulous, there's a whole gang of celebs who celebrated milestone birthdays this year. Join Wonderwall.com as run down your favorite stars who rang in major birthdays in 2018, starting with Rihanna. The Fenty Beauty makeup mogul and music star celebrated her 30th birthday on Feb. 8. Keep reading for more!
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Adele might seem ageless but the voice of a generation turned 30 on May 5. The singer has been quiet since wrapping up her world tour in 2017 but we are always patiently awaiting her next diamond-selling album.
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Emma Stone turned 30 on Nov. 6. The star — who was the highest paid actress of 2017 — had a busy slate this year with the Netflix miniseries "Maniac" and the historical drama "The Favourite."
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Feel old yet? "High School Musical" alum Vanessa Hudgens will celebrate her 30th birthday on Dec. 14. This year, she'll star opposite Jennifer Lopez in the romantic comedy "Second Act."
"Fargo" actor Jesse Plemons entered a new phase of his life when he turned 30 on April 2. The "Friday Night Lights" alum also marked his new decade by becoming a father with Kirsten Dunst!
Gorgeous Zoe Kravitz enters the 30 club on Dec. 1. This year, she joined the Harry Potter universe with a major role in "Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald."
Is it time for a Hogwarts class reunion? Former wizard Rupert Grint marked 30 years on Aug. 24. He currently stars on the Crackle show "Snatch."
On June 7, Michael Cera entered his fourth decade when he turned 30. The baby-faced actor will next be seen opposite Samuel L. Jackson in "Blazing Samurai."
March 25 marked Big Sean's 30th birthday. The rapper launched the PUMA x BIG SEAN collection this year.
Allison Williams is coming off of a major year following the success of "Get Out" and the end of "Girls." The daughter of journalist Brian Williams marked her 30th birthday on April 13.
R&B crooner Usher celebrated his 40th birthday on Oct. 14.
"Avengers: Infinity War" star Zoe Saldana crossed the 40 line on June 19.
Katie Holmes will hit 40 on Dec. 18, but she'll always be teenager Joey Potter to us!
Another "Dawson's Creek" alum, Joshua Jackson, celebrated his 40th birthday on June 11.
Ashton Kutcher and his twin brother, Michael, turned 40 on Feb. 7.
John Legend will be celebrating his 40th birthday on Dec. 28.
"Once Upon a Time" alum Ginnifer Goodwin celebrated her 40th birthday on May 22.
Late-night TV host James Corden turned 40 on Aug. 22.
Former "Mad Men" star January Jones turned 40 on Jan. 5.
We can't wrap our heads around the fact that James Franco turned 40 this year — on April 19, to be exact!
On Sept. 25, Will Smith joined the 50-and-over club. He celebrated by bungee jumping out of a helicopter over the Grand Canyon for charity.
Naomi Watts celebrated her 50th on Sept. 28 by riding a camel in Morocco. "A milestone and extraordinary moment. So grateful for all my friends and family who shared this experience with me. Memories forever. And thank you to everyone for all my birthday wishes. Huge gratitude… truly overwhelming week," she captioned a photo of the adventure on Instagram.
Hunky Australian actor Hugh Jackman celebrated turning 50 on Oct. 12 by making fun of himself on social media. "When people tell you 'you don't look 50' part of you believes it … until you see yourself sleeping," he captioned a photo of himself napping with his pooch.
Debra Messing marked her 50th birthday on Aug. 15. "I was filming 'Will & Grace' on my birthday, and it was great to be working! … Then my son came into town to help me celebrate," she dished to Closer Weekly. "Turning 50 feels kind of wonderful — I feel like I'm very at peace at where I am in my life and I'm very in touch with what I'm grateful for. I know who I am, and I feel really secure about saying no. I think it's a really good place to be!"
The lovely Celine Dion celebrated her 50th birthday on March 30. She reportedly spent her big day at home with her three kids after canceling a concert that was scheduled for that evening in preparation for ear surgery.
British actor Daniel Craig got a little more dapper and dashing on March 2 when he celebrated his 50th birthday. The James Bond actor welcomed a baby girl with wife Rachel Weisz in August.
Dallas native Owen Wilson celebrated his 50th birthday on Nov. 18.
Producer, actress and toddler mom Lucy Liu turned 50 on Dec. 2.
Josh Brolin — who starred in the huge 2018 hits "Avengers: Infinity War" and "Deadpool 2" — joined the 50 club on Feb. 12. Josh will next appear in the biopic "George and Tammy," which he's also producing.
Our favorite '80s actress, Molly Ringwald, turned 50 on Feb. 18. "I feel like I just know a lot more," she told Closer magazine of turning the big five-oh. "You feel more confident that you have a little bit of life experience to back up what you say." Added the actress, "I'm really happy with where I am at in my life."
Jamie Lee Curtis celebrated her 60th b-day on Nov. 22. She recently returned to the role that made her a star — Laurie Strode from 1978's "Halloween."
Madonna turned 60 on Aug. 16 and celebrated her big birthday by hosting a massive fundraiser through Facebook for her Raising Malawi foundation.
Angela Bassett was born on the same day as Madonna: Aug. 16, 1958. "As long as I can keep doing what I want to do, I'm fine with it," she told AARP of turning 60. "I just don't want to slow down. It's important to surround yourself with good people, interesting people, young people, young ideas. Go places, learn new stuff. Look at the world with wonder — don't be tired about it."
Alec Baldwin turned 60 on April 3. He celebrated his big day by professing his love for his wife, Hilaria Baldwin, in the caption of a photo of her on Instagram. "On my 60th birthday, I want to express my bottomless gratitude for this woman who has given me a life so filled with love," wrote the actor. The following month, the couple welcomed their fourth child together.
Ellen DeGeneres turned 60 on Jan. 26. She celebrated with a star-studded birthday bash. A-list guests included Jennifer Aniston, Oprah Winfrey, The Weeknd, Jennifer Lopez, John Legend, Jennifer Lawrence, Chrissy Teigen, Kim Kardashian West, Kanye West, Bruno Mars, Amy Schumer, Melissa McCarthy and Olivia Munn while performers included Pink, Pharrell Williams, Diddy, French Montana and Melissa Etheridge.
Gary Oldman turned 60 on March 21. "I'm not a super birthday person," he told W magazine in the months leading up to his big day. "I'm happy to have a little party, I'm happy to have a small dinner to celebrate my 60th birthday. And then, beyond that, I don't wanna know what date it is. I have no interest in being 61, 62, 63; I could not care less."
Michelle Pfeiffer celebrated her 60th birthday on April 29. That didn't stop her from totally owning "Ant-Man and the Wasp," which opened in theaters just two months later.
Kevin Bacon turned 60 on July 8. The day before his birthday, he took to Instagram to share a photo of himself reading an early b-day gift from his mother-in-law: a copy of the Dr. Seuss book "You're Only Old Once!" He spent his actual birthday touring the "David Bowie Is" exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum with wife Kyra Sedgwick.
Ice-T turned 60 on Feb. 16. "Daily Game: You shouldn't worry about turning 60…… You should worry about NOT turning 60," he tweeted, calling the benchmark birthday a "win" because he "was not supposed to make it outta my 20s."
Sharon Stone turned 60 on March 10. The day before her big day, she proved that age truly is just a number by rocking a string bikini while hanging out on the beach in Miami with her much younger boyfriend.
Stevie Nicks turned 70 on May 26. The iconic singer is still performing sold-out shows and hit the road with Fleetwood Mac again in October.
Kathy Bates turned 70 on June 28. The Memphis native is back for the eighth season of "American Horror Story."
Believe it or not, the beautiful Olivia Newton-John turned 70 on Sept. 26. The "Grease" star, who's battling breast cancer for the third time, was recently awarded an honorary doctorate from La Trobe University in her native Australia.
English actor Jeremy Irons celebrated his 70th birthday on Sept. 19. The "Much Ado About Nothing" actor most recently starred in "Red Sparrow" alongside Jennifer Lawrence.
Samuel L. Jackson is turning 70 on Dec. 21, but his age is not slowing him down. The Washington, D.C., native is set to star in a number of upcoming films, including 2019's "Captain Marvel."
Aerosmith rocker Steven Tyler turned 70 on March 26. The music legend premiered his own documentary, "Steven Tyler: Out On a Limb," and performed a handful of solo shows in 2018.
Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant celebrated 70 on Aug. 20. The music legend released his 11th studio album, "Carry Fire," in October 2017.
Prince Charles turned 70 on Nov. 14 but has even more to celebrate this year: The future king of England welcomed his third grandchild, Prince Louis, on April 23 and watched his youngest son, Prince Harry, marry Meghan Markle on May 19.
"The Cosby Show" alum Phylicia Rashad turned 70 on June 19, but she still looks flawless. The famed actress most recently starred in the "Rocky" spin-off sequel "Creed II" in 2018.
Funnyman Billy Crystal celebrated the big 7-0 on March 14. The "When Harry Met Sally" actor starred in the films "Untogether" and "We Are Unsatisfied."
Ozzy Osbourne — our beloved Prince of Darkness — celebrated his 70th birthday on Dec. 5