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Ever wondered how the likes of Calvin Harris, Kanye West or Harry Styles earned the dollar before they made it big time?
Back before he was the wisest and most talented musician in the world EVER (he made us say that...), Kanye could be found folding sweaters and chinos at GAP. Wonder if he still has his discount card? Picture: PA
Waaaaaay back before she became one of the biggest female recording artists in history, Madge was forced to make ends meet by selling donuts in Times Square, New York... Although she didn't last long, she was fired for squirting jelly at a customer! Picture: PA
He might be the best paid DJ in the world right now, but before he became the buff superstar we know today, geeky young Calvin was stacking shelves at his local M&S in Dumfries, Scotland. Picture: PA
Before THAT tight-trousered audition on The X Factor, even before his disastrous Deal Or No Deal appearance, Mr Murs was a recruitment consultant in Witham, Essex. Picture: PA
Her allowance of $20 a week just wasn't enough to launch her CRAZY music career, so young Stefani Germanotta took up waitressing across the street from where she grew up. Picture: PA
Don't deny it, you've all dreamt about the One Direction heartthrob serving you some hot steamy buns. Well, if you were in Cheshire during Hazza's school days, that might just have happened to you! Picture: PA
After leaving school without many qualifications, and a couple of suspensions under her belt, 16-year-old Cheryl Tweedy had to take up waitressing until her life changing Popstars: The Rivals audition. Picture: PA
It's hard to think that one of the most powerful women in music once swept HAIR at her mother's salon! Picture: PA
Talk about starting from the bottom and working your way up! A fresh faced SyCo joined EMI Music when he was just 16, and eventually worked his way up the company.
Before serving up some whopper vocals, you might have seen J-Hud serving up some Whopper burgers! She must have done a good job though, as the fast fodo chain gave her a "Crown Card", which gives her free food for LIFE! Picture: PA
Before she was pulling pints in The Rovers Return, fresh-faced Michelle was checking you in for your cheeky holidays away at Manchester Airport. Picture: PA
Before her insanely catchy hit "Call Me Maybe" sent her rocketing to worldwide stardom, the Canadian pop princess was delivering you your favourite hot and cold drinks, when she was working as a waitress and a barista. Picture: PA