Yearbook photos are often viewed with embarrassment, lamenting the awkward stages of our teenage years. But thanks to artificial intelligence, you have a chance to do it again.
A new trend on TikTok allows users to recreate their high school yearbook snaps — with a '90s twist.
With over 60 different identities available to convert, Al Generator can help you see what your high school alter ego looked like - you could even be the captain of the football team if you wanted to.
Celebrities and influencers have pushed the trend by sharing a different version of their yearbook photos on social media.
Actress Keke Palmer, 30, shared a slideshow of yearbook photos on Instagram with the caption, "Idk y'all.. I feel like mine isn't me fr" along with smiley emojis.
Even the mayor of Flavortown had to get into action. Guy Fieri posted a TikTok video of his new yearbook photos with the caption, "90's yearbook guy = too cool for school."
If you want to see what you would have looked like in high school with a different personality, swipe up this slide to learn more.