Long before she wowed audiences all over the world with her incredible vocal range, Carey started out as a Girl Scout.
Swift has sure hit a lot of records: She's the youngest woman to ever be put on Forbes 100 Most Powerful Women list, the youngest winner of a Grammy for Album of the Year, and one of the best-selling artists of all time. And she's only 25!
Music superstar Dion may be a Canadian but she's still a USA Girl Scout.
The former Secretary of State is a Girl Scout alum, showing just how far the young women who partake in the program can go. She : "[It] not only taught me great songs that I still sing, but lifelong lessons about leadership and the value of public service and friendships that go back all those years and keep me grounded."
That's right: Even the Queen of England is a member. She's genuine Girl Scout royalty.
The first American woman in space started out as a Girl Scout and went on to inspire millions of girls to take an interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) careers.
Tennis powerhouse — and one-half of the tennis world's most talented pair of siblings — Williams is a Girl Scouts alum.
At just 10 years old, Abigail was nominated for a SAG Award and an Academy Award for her critically lauded role in Little Miss Sunshine. At 12, she was inducted into the Girl Scouts — a fine addition to the organization, we have to say.
As the youngest SAG nominee ever (she was just eight), Fanning had a promising career from the get-go.
While you may not be as familiar with this 26-year-old star, any teen you know surely is.
This Hollywood legend was as passionate about her time in the Girl Scouts as she was about acting. She said in an interview, "I registered as a Girl Scout, and I want to die as the world's oldest living Girl Scout. I've been one for 70 years. I don't have to do anything about it. It is such a good program, and it helped me in my youth."
Long before she wore two hair buns and a white frock to play the most famous princess in the galaxy, actress Fisher started out wearing a little green vest.
Danner spent her formative years in Pennsylvania as a member of the Girl Scouts before getting into acting. Now she uses her celebrity platform to be vocal about environmental and healthcare issues.
Just like her mom, Blythe Danner, Paltrow is also a Girl Scout. Of course, beyond that, she's a highly-accomplished actress with multiple Oscars and SAG Awards under her belt and she runs the lifestyle empire Goop.
Singer, dancer, rapper, actress, model, comedienne, producer — this celeb's resume goes on and on. Having been nominated for and won countless accolades throughout her three-decade career (so far!), she's one of Hollywood's biggest stars.
She was a member of her local Girl Scout troop in California as a child years before becoming a member of the Screen Actors Guild.
The woman who went on to play one of the greatest superheroes of all time started out as a Girl Scout.
The Murphy Brown star spent her youth as a Girl Scout while growing up in Beverly Hills as the daughter of a model and famous ventriloquist.
This famous redhead (well, dyed redhead) made history as the first woman to run her own film production studio — perhaps she learned all those trailblazing skills while getting her badges in the Girl Scouts.
Kelly was not only a Girl Scout alum, but she grew up to be a film star and real-life royal when she married Prince Rainier III of Monaco.
Davis was a decorated Girl Scout during her childhood, which led her to become a Girl Scout leader when she got older despite her busy acting career.
The soap opera queen (All My Children) is also an author and entrepreneur. Her first acting role was actually in a Girl Scout play at 11 years old.
In addition to being an Oscar-nominated actress, Turner is a women's health advocate and philanthropist.
As the first Hispanic woman to receive a Kennedy Center Honors award, this musical theater icon formed a path for generations of Latin Americans to follow.
In addition to being musically gifted, the famous singer chose to empower others through her work as the United Nations Global Ambassador for the Food and Agriculture Organization.
The nine-time Grammy winner sold Girl Scout cookies long before she sold out concert venues.
Prior to becoming a member of the band 10,000 Maniacs, Merchant was one of the millions of girls who have been members of the Girl Scouts of America.
Having written numerous bestsellers, published a major magazine, and hosted two shows, Stewart is yet another powerful success story from the Girl Scouts of the USA.
Couric has anchored shows on all the Big Three channels: CBS, ABC, and NBC. And the Girl Scouts have continued to be a driving motivation to inspire young women: in an interview, she once said, "Women in business and government have come a long way since I took the Girl Scout pledge, and maybe, to quote Dirty Dancing, nobody puts baby in a corner anymore — or calls us 'baby' for that matter."
As a former host of The View, Today, and the ABC Evening News, Walters was a pioneer in television for women.