It’s Libra season!
From September 23 until October 22, the seventh astrological sign in the zodiac known as "Balance Scales" rules.
According to horoscope.com, "Libras are intelligent, kind, and always willing to put others before themselves. Ruled by Venus, the planet of beauty, Libras adore a life that looks good. As the master of compromise and diplomacy, they are adept at seeing all points of view, and excels at crafting compromises and effecting mediation between others. This sign has a rich inner life yet loves other people, and they're always happiest with a large group of friends, family and coworkers on whom they can count."
Scroll through the gallery below to check out other celebrity Libras.
Born on September 25, the Men in Black actor has been nominated for five Golden Globe Awards and two Academy Awards, and has won four Grammy Awards.
Born September 26, the tennis pro has won 39 Grand Slam titles and four Olympic gold medals.
The Politician star blows out her birthday candles on September 27.
The Younger star gets older every year on September 28.
The 'Bad At Love' singer, born September 29, burst onto the music scene in 2014.
Former Dance Moms star turned actress celebrates her birthday on September 30.
The Oscar winner, born October 1, was named one of the "100 Most Influential People" in the world by Time magazine in 2019.
The morning talk show host, who shares three kids — Michael, 23, Lola, 19 Grace and Joaquin, 17 — with her husband of 24 years, Mark Consuelos, will turn 50 on October 2.
The No Doubt frontwoman shares her birthday, October 3, with the unofficial pop culture holiday, Mean Girls Day.
Born on October 5, the Pandemic star is one award away from being a member in the prestigious EGOT club (she is only missing a Tony).
The TikTok star, born October 6, has recently become BFFs with Kourtney Kardashian, despite their 21-year age difference.
Born October 7, the Texas native first rose to fame when she starred on MTV’s supernatural drama Teen Wolf.
The Martian actor, born October 8, shares four daughters with his wife of 15 years, Luciana Barroso.
The former Extra host, born October 10, first shot to fame when he played A.C. Slater on the iconic high school series, Saved by the Bell.
Born October 11, the reality star turned ‘WAP’ rapper’s real name is Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar.
The odds are ever in the Hunger Games star’s favor on October 12.
The 'Confessions' singer, born October 14, most recently served as an executive producer and judge on the Quibi dance competition series, The Sauce.
The Disney star can officially celebrate with a drink on October 15, when she turns 21.
Born on October 16, the ‘Neon’ crooner regularly tours with Dead & Company, the band he formed with the surviving members of The Grateful Dead.
The Detroit rapper, born October 17, released a surprise album, Music To Be Murdered By in January, featuring guest appearances by Young M.A., Q-Tip, Ed Sheeran, Juice WRLD, Skylar Grey, Anderson Paak, Black Thought and more.
The Baywatch star, born October 18, recently left Hollywood to work on a Netflix travel documentary series called Down to Earth with Zac Efron.
Born on October 19, the Pittsburgh native most recently appeared in an episode of Jordan Peele’s anthology series, The Twilight Zone.
The reality tv star will turn 40 on October 21.
Born on October 22, the ‘Rockstar’ rapper is on the Libra/Scorpio cusp.