Give yourself a pat on the back for making it to the fourth week of January! Here are some trending celebrity transformations that will inspire you to make a few changes in your own life.

1. Amara La Negra

27-year-old Amara La Negra has been featured on “Love & Hip Hop Miami” (LHHM), and she's a trend-setter for being an Afro-Latina making an impact in the television and music industry. Amara has been trending on social media and television for her beautiful, smooth, brown skin and Latin roots. In the Hispanic community, she's known as a Dominican recording artist and dancer.

According to “The Breakfast Club,” she grew up in Miami and her curly, natural, hair is one of her most signature looks that caused everyone in Latin America to be proud of being Black and Hispanic.

Many viewers look up to Amara because of a scene from "LHHM" when Young Hollywood made a comment about her physical appearance. He mentioned how she should look, "less Macy Gray and more Beyonce," talking about her hair. Both African-American and Afro-Latino cultures suffer from racial discrimination within their communities.

Years ago, both cultures were pressured to think that straight hair was better than natural hair and being light-skinned was better than being dark-skinned. But, this diva and fashionista is breaking stereotypes by raising awareness in Latin communities.

2. Cardi B

25-year-old Cardi B is another reality star and recording artist that's making her presence known in the music industry. She was a former stripper, then gained her fame on “Love & Hip Hop,” and now she's one of the most popular rappers in the game. Now This News reported that Cardi B recently beat Beyonce on the Billboard charts, and she is currently the first woman with five of the top 10 hits on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart in a single week since the list began in 1958.

Her first hit was "Bodak Yellow" and she began to successfully climb the charts with more hits. The rapper also mentioned that she just signed a movie deal and is excited about starting an acting career. Cardi B grew up in Brooklyn, New York and she is Dominican and Trinidadian. She's also known for her funny outbursts and rants on Instagram.

3. Tiffany Haddish

This comedian and actress has been in the game for a while and definitely has the spotlight among her colleagues. The 38-year-old recently made history by becoming the first black female to host “Saturday Night Live.” She came from doing stand up comedy to landing big roles in several movies such as “Girls Trip.” She starred in “Girls Trip” with Regina Hall, Jada Pinkett, and Queen Latifah.

The film was a success and was announced as the first black-led movie to make over $100 million at the box office. She was also featured in the following movies: “Keanu,” “Meet the Spartans,” and “Mad Families.” She's a native of Los Angeles, California and she’s also Ethiopian and Jewish.

4. 50 Cent

Native New Yorker and 42-year-old, Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson started out as a popular rapper and was featured in many collaborations, as well as movies throughout his career. Before his rap career, he faced obstacles such as selling drugs, getting involved with gangs, and went to jail a few times. His life changed after he got shot nine times.

His success grew more as a rapper and actor after he made the movie, “Get Rich or Die Tryin,” based on his childhood and adulthood before the fame. Several years later, he went on a hiatus and made a tremendous comeback on the Starz network as a Director, Writer, and Producer for his show called “Power.” BET also gave him an opportunity to have his own talk show, called “50 Central.”

5. Taraji P. Henson

47-year-old Taraji P.

Henson is one of the most talented actresses and producers today. She was born in Washington D.C. and she decided to take her leap of faith after she graduated from Howard University. She was a single mother and moved to Los Angeles, California with only $700. During her up-and-coming acting career, her ex-boyfriend (the father of her son) was murdered.

Taraji marked her territory by starting out with the successful film, “Baby Boy.” Then, she landed another opportunity with actor, Terrence Howard, in the award-winning movie, “Hustle & Flow.” She recently starred in “Hidden Figures,” which made over $200 million at the box office and she was also an Oscar nominee for the film “Benjamin Button.”

Today, she stars in the newly released film, “Proud Mary” and she also plays Cookie Lyon in Fox's most popular drama and comedy series, “Empire.”