How Becky G Would Change the World If She Had Super Powers

Becky G arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of Saban's Power Rangers at the Regency Westwood Village Theatre on March 22, 2017.
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Becky G arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of Saban's Power Rangers at the Regency Westwood Village Theatre on March 22, 2017. 

Go, go Becky G! The 20-year-old Latin superstar is making her Hollywood debut starring as the Yellow Ranger/Trini in the new action-packed Power Rangers, set to bow in theaters March 24.

While on the big screen her biggest threat is villainous Rita Repulsa (Elizabeth Banks), out in the actual world she'd want to fight against bullying and other real life issues. 

A super power she'd want to have: to give people perspective. “It would be very interesting to be able to put a person in someone else’s shoes just so they can see what their life is really like and help them have sympathy and be more considerate of others,” Becky G tells Billboard

Here are three situations where the “Todo cambi√≥” singer would put her superhero power of "giving people perspective" to good use: 

One-sided politicians: “Especially in our current political situation ... It would definitely make people more empathetic.”

Bullying: “Having dealt with bullying in school, and cyber bullying [online], I feel like I would use that power to be able to show others that your words have a lot of impact in someone’s life.”

Rebellious teens: “Many kids think that their parents just want to make their life miserable and that their parents hate them. I really do think parents just want the best for you at the end of the day. If kids could be in their parents’ shoes, things would be a lot different, and probably kids wouldn’t rebel as much.” 


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