The US Olympic Gymnastics Team in Braces & Glasses!

Kacey Simon learns How To Rock Braces and Glasses, but why should she have all the fun? We’re giving some of our favorite celebs a How to Rock makeover! Look who’s rocking braces and glasses now . . .


Alexandra Raisman

This 18-year-old loves Pretty Little Liars and Taylor Swift. We can't wait to see her on the floor!

Photo Credit: Harry How/Getty Images for USOC

Gabby Douglas

We're pretty sure Gabby, 16, has a thing for vampires! She loves Twilight and The Vampire Diaries.

Photo Credit: Harry How/Getty Images for USOC

Jordyn Weiber

Jordyn, 16, loves Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus' movie The Last Song. We bet we know what kind of music is on her iPod when she's warming up!

Photo Credit: Harry How/Getty Images for USOC

Kyla Ross

We love that 15-year-old Kyla smiled for this pic with her real braces! Nothing more awesome than someone who rocks a confident metal mouth -- like Kacey Simon! :)

Photo Credit: Harry How/Getty Images for USOC

McKayla Maroney

16-year-old McKayla is the comeback queen! She got a broken nose and concussion (ouch!) but was able to heal and made the Olympic team!

Photo Credit: Harry How/Getty Images for USOC

It’s the teens of the US Olympic Gymnastics Team! Alexandra Raisman, Gabby Douglas, Jordyn Weiber, Kyla Ross, and McKayla Maroney will be representing America in the 2012 Summer Olympics in London (starting July 27!)

These girls are awesome because 1.) They had a dream and made it happen 2.) Even with all of their crazy hours of practice and ridiculous amount of hard work, they still have time to have fun! 3.) They look super cute in braces and glasses.

Are you planning to watch the team go for the gold in the Olympics? Which celeb(s) do you think we should crown next? Leave your suggestions in a comment below!

Want to know how you’d look with braces and glasses? Find out with the free How to Rock Braces and Glasses app! Download it from iTunes now!

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