Sandra Bullock says she worked hard for hers, Robin Williams won more than one, and Sylvester Stallone was voted... what? See what these stars' classmates and teachers had to say about them back in the day with these superlatives from their school yearbooks.
Roslyn native J.P. Rosenbaum, who swept Ashley Hebert off her feet to win "The Bachelorette" in 2011, was named Best Looking by his 1995 senior classmates at Herricks High School in New Hyde Park.
Rosie ODonnell was voted Class Clown at Commack South High School. The comedian was also homecoming queen in 1980.
Always the charmer, Eddie Murphy was voted Most Popular at Roosevelt Junior-Senior High School.
Considering she ended up on "Saturday Night Live," the fact that 2002 North Shore High School grad Kate McKinnon (given name Kathryn Berthold) was voted "Funniest" and "Most Theatrical" by her fellow seniors is hardly a surprise.
"Entourage" actor Kevin Connolly lived up to his Most Likely to be Famous superlative at Patchogue-Medford High School, and back then, it seems he had an "entourage" of his own: He was crowned homecoming king in 1992, his senior year.
Sandra Bullock, who graduated from L.A.'s Van Nuys High School (as did Warren Beatty, Robert Redford and more stars), was named Most Likely to Brighten Your Day. "I worked hard for that one," she told "Good Morning America" many years later.
Tom Cruise's classmates may have predicted "Mission: Impossible," and taken it literally: The actor's high school yearbook reportedly lists him as Least Likely to Succeed.
The late Robin Williams was also voted Least Likely to Succeed, but also Most Humorous. At least his classmates got one right.
Though it's unclear if she was officially given the Most Dramatic superlative, Northport High School Class of 1967 graduate Patti Lupone's ability to be "dramatic" was noted in her high school yearbook.
"Goodfellas" actress Lorraine Bracco's Brooklyn classmates voted her the ugliest girl in sixth grade -- but ultimately, the joke was on them: A few years later, she signed on as a Wilhelmina model.
Apparently, he's always been high-energy: Bruce Willis was deemed to have the most school spirit in his senior class at Penns Grove High School in New Jersey.
During her senior year at South Side High School in Rockville Centre, 1999 graduate Amy Schumer was captain of the varsity girls volleyball team, the lone female in the outdoor class and voted "class comedian" by her peers. For her yearbook, she chose this Ani DiFranco quote: "I was blessed with a birth and a death and I guess I just want some say in between."
"When I was in junior high school, the teachers voted me the student most likely to end up in the electric chair," Sylvester Stallone has reportedly admitted.