Aquarius children more likely to become famous than any other star sign

·Freelance Writer
Are you a winter baby? [Photo: Getty]

Whether you like to admit it or not, we’re all guilty of secretly skimming our horoscope on the work commute. Now, there’s scientific evidence to back up our intrigue.

A recent study has revealed that those with the Aquarius star sign – born between January 20 and February 18 – are more likely to become famous.

The experiment conducted by the Journal of Social Sciences, sampled a random selection of 100 people – which included actors, politicians and authors – from throughout history.

Findings concluded that there is a positive correlation between winter babies and fame, which only strengthened when the sample of participants also increased.

Jennifer Aniston is just one of several famous Aquarians [Photo: Getty]

But why?

An article by Vice Broadly states that Aquarians “have a strong desire for independence and to stand out in a crowd” – a possible reason behind their A-list status.

John Travolta is another A-lister with an Aquarius star sign [Photo: Getty]

For instance, famous Aquarians include the likes of Jennifer Aniston, Oprah Winfrey and John Travolta.

Do you have the same star sign as Oprah Winfrey? [Photo: Getty]
Do you have the same star sign as Oprah Winfrey? [Photo: Getty]

But it’s worth noting that this isn’t the first study to investigate the correlation between star signs and career paths.

A recent survey conducted by the UK Office of National Statistics found that people born in January are likely to become doctors while a large number of those with a February birthday become CEOs.

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