See Sophia Grace and Rosie From “Ellen” Now at 18 and 15

Sophia Grace Brownlee and Rosie McClelland stole America’s hearts after they had been simply eight and 5 years previous, respectively. The duo was invited to seem on The Ellen Show after host Ellen DeGeneres noticed the 2 U.Ok.-based cousins’ efficiency of Nicki Minaj’s “Super Bass” go viral. (It now has 57 million views.) During their first look on the present, the ladies wore matching pink attire with loads of frills and tiaras to prime off the ensembles. Brownlee sang “Super Bass” whereas Rosie danced alongside her as her tiny hype lady. The cousins returned to the present a handful of instances, but it surely’s seemingly been awhile since you have seen them. Now, they’re each youngsters and they’re nonetheless tremendous shut. To see what the younger stars seem like now, at 18 and 15, learn on.

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In 2018, the 2 women shared their favorite moments on Ellen in honor of the discuss present host’s birthday. McClelland recalled that her favourite second was getting slimed at the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards, whereas Brownlee’s was when DeGeneres stunned the pair with wigs when Minaj was on the present.

When it was revealed that DeGeneres’ present was ending, McClelland talked to Australia’s Today Extra concerning the announcement. “She’s been doing it for such a long time. She started before I was even born!” she stated. “I type of get the place she’s coming from, why she wants to end the show. She needs to have a little bit of a change.”

Since their time on the present, the pair has been busy. In 2013, the cousins published a book together titled Tea Time with Sophia Grace and Rosie. The following year, the duo starred in their own movie, Sophia Grace & Rosie’s Royal Adventure.

On Sept. 9, McClelland shared a carousel of photos of herself with Brownlee in honor of her personal fifteenth birthday. “15 and 18, how did that happen?” McClelland wrote within the caption. “Together since I was born, traveled the world together, never had a single argument and still by each other’s side!”

McClelland declared her love for Brownlee and thanked her cousin for spending the day together with her and the birthday current she introduced. She additionally added that the 2 have “big things to come” that she will’t wait to share together with her followers.

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McClelland may need been extra of the sidekick throughout Brownlee’s performances on Ellen, however she has since come into her personal and launched her personal music. (*15*) have garnered a whole lot of 1000’s of streams on Spotify and her prime hits embody “Handstand,” “Girls,” “Tik Tok,” and “La La.” She has a loyal following of greater than 670,000 individuals on Instagram and greater than 140,000 on Tik Tok.

And she just lately hinted that there is more to come from her quickly. On her birthday, she shared one other put up that stated she’s “so excited for the next year,” teasing that there can be new music and TV appearances in her future in addition to a project she will’t reveal simply but.

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Brownlee additionally launched her personal music—her biggest song, “Girl in the Mirror,” has been streamed greater than 13 million instances on Spotify. She’s well-known for her presence on YouTube, the place she has greater than three million followers and posts movies of her buying hauls and make-up abilities.

Brownlee can also be a younger businesswoman, having began the loungewear clothing company LoLoLondon.

“I’m actually quite proud of my past because it’s how I became who I am today,” Brownlee said in a 2019 YouTube video of how she was found. “Thanks to the Ellen show as well, because they really helped me a lot to become who I am.”

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