1. Maddie Ziegler, 13
Who she is: A dancer, actress, model, and star of Lifetime’s Dance Moms. She stars in 3 (THREE!) music videos by Sia (with more than 1.8 billion views on YouTube), and will be in the upcoming film, The Book Of Henry.
She is also set to be a judge on Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation.
Leading a totally low key 13-year-old life, obvs.
2. Jacob Tremblay, 9
Who he is: He’s an actor, starring in Smurfs 2 and Room — for the latter, he won the Critics’ Choice Movie Award for “Best Young Performer,” and became the youngest person ever to be nominated for “Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor” at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
3. Quvenzhané Wallis, 12
Who she is: An actress, singer, and model; best known for her role in Beasts of the Southern Wild, for which she became the youngest person ever to be nominated for a “Best Actress” Academy Award. In 2014, she also starred in the Annie remake and was named the face of Armani Junior.
Clearly, killin’ it in the pre-teen game.
4. Abraham Attah, 14
5. Romeo Beckham, 13
Who he is: A model, particularly the face of 3 Burberry Prorsum campaigns: Spring/Summer 13, Holiday 2014, and the 2015 Festival collection (alongside Naomi Campbell and Rosie Huntington Whiteley).
Plus, his parents are David and Victoria Beckham. NBD.
6. Rowan Blanchard, 14
Who she is: A human rights activist, singer, and actress, namely the star of Disney’s Girl Meets World. In 2015, she spoke at the UN Women and US National Committee’s annual conference as part of #TeamHeForShe, and was named one of Cosmopolitan’s Feminist Celebrities of the Year.
Role model status.
7. Aubrey Emmons, 8
Who she is: An actress. You know her as Lily on ABC’s Modern Family. She was the youngest star on the red carpet at the 2012 and 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards.
Because Lily Tucker-Pritchett = the Queen of Sass.
8. And the amazing Mo’ne Davis, 14
Who she is: She is the first African American female to play in the Little League World Series, and the first girl to win and pitch a shutout in the series’ history. In 2014, she also became the first Little League baseball player to appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated.
*Hits childhood out of the park*