So who’s who?: Can you tell which is the real Taylor — and these other celeb look alikes?

These are a couple of the most convincing celebrity lookalikes that will blow your mind. NY Post photo composite

The gang’s all here!

This year, a collection of famous persons lookalikes (someone who looks like someone else) — from an Alabama cop who looks like The Rock to an Olympic athlete who is a dead ringer for Lady Gaga — have gone viral and made headlines for their astonishing similitude to A-list stars.

Meanwhile some ham it up by skillfully imitating the well known figures they look like for money, others don’t completely accept that they’ve got a Tinseltown twin.

Read on for the accounts of the greatest mysterious doppelgangers. Can you tell which one is the civilian and which is the VIP?

How great would your romantic and sexual relationships be if you look like one of People magazine’s sexually attractive men alive? Nathan Meads, a single dad of two and a subcontractor who as well works as a Brad Pitt impersonator, says it isn’t all it’s crazy up to be.

“I do get hit on by women a lot,”

the 35-year-old Brit told Jam Press.

“Some of them just can’t believe how much I look like him and some of them accuse me of ‘cat-fishing.’ People always try and live-video call me on my Instagram because they don’t think I’m real.”

For over 15 years, people have talked about his resemblance to Pitt, 57, still Meads laughed it off till he discovered a way to make it work fiscally for him. Lookalike gigs can earn him up to $690 per appearance. One day, he expects to meet the Oscar winner.

“[Pitt] plays all of his roles brilliantly and seems like a real gentleman and a family man, so we have that in common, although we have very different bank balances,”

Meads quipped.

A TikTok video of 29-year-old Ashley washing her clothes in a bathtub went viral not due to her unusual procedure, yet for the reason that she’s the spitting image of the 31-year-old singer. It’s since racked up north of 684,000 likes and almost 10,000 comments calling out the look alike. One week later, Ashley, who refused to share her full name for personal reasons, posted a frisky continuation to her 544,000 followers, saying,

“When millions of people think Taylor Swift does her laundry in her bathtub & don’t even think to read the screen name.”

Ashley, who resides in Utah, told The Post over e-mail that she’s been misunderstood for Swift from age 14. She surprisingly counts herself as a Swift fan and says her look — bright blonde hair, bangs and frequently, a red lip — is in part aroused by Swift herself.

“I am my own person, but to be compared to someone in such high regard is flattering,” she said. “

I only get annoyed when an individual says something negative about Taylor.”

She works as a travel crisis-trauma nurse, and the queries follow her when she’s on the clock.

“I get asked for pictures by doctors and patients because they can’t believe the resemblance,”

she said.

“I politely decline, but it always brings them joy when I walk into the room and they say, ‘Am I being puked?!’”

There’s nothing missing in translation here: This Russian model and cosplayer appears just like ScarJo. unspecified number of Ekaterina “Kate” Shumskaya’s 10.2 million TikTok followers even think she’s the actor herself.

“In social networks, I am frequently commended for the outstanding acting in the film ‘Black Widow,’”

the 25-year-old — who’s been told of the lookalike since age 12 — told Caters News. moreover, a spokesperson
for Shumskaya told The Post that

“Kate [often] gets stopped on the streets and asked for a photo.”

Nevertheless, it’s not all admirable fans. She’s received hate mail from people who think she is the 37-year-old Johansson and has surprisingly gotten death threats. Yet, her looks have permitted Shumskaya, who hails from southern Russia, to travel to Moscow to model, and she obtains sufficient money to assist herself and her parents. Along with, her lookalike to Johansson isn’t the only thing that’s made her a prosperous. Her rep said:

“Thanks to [her online popularity], Kate got more work, but for most of her photosets as a model, she represents just herself.”


Some people like it hot, also some like it … bought? Jasmine Chiswell, Scottish-born social media star who boasts 13.3 million followers on TikTok, started impersonating Marilyn Monroe following moving into the widely known and acknowledged actress’s one time Hollywood home in 2019. Chiswell, 27, and her husband, DJ and music producer Maverick McNeilly, acquired the spread for $2.73 million. Chiswell had long immersed in vintage fashion, still she didn’t at first plan to be a Marilyn resemblance.

“It just kind of happened,”

she said.

“I was getting stopped in the street, with people telling me, ‘Oh my God, you look so much like Marilyn Monroe.’ ”

Dyeing her hair blond and cutting it into a bob took the lookalike further, and now playing the part is her means of securing the necessities of life. Brands pay her up to $30,000 per post for placement and sponsorship.

“This is my full-time job,” said Chiswell, who is in a short time to give birth to her first child. “It has really changed my life in the best way.”

Can you perceive what the Rock is cooking? Eric Fields can. Not alone is he known to bust out that signature line from Dwayne Johnson’s WWE days, however he’s as well a dead-ringer for the 49-year-old star himself. It’s tough to differentiate Johnson from Fields, 37, and a Morgan County Sheriff’s Office patrol lieutenant in Alabama. He has a likewise muscular figure and a head just as bald.

“I’ve been called the Rock and Vin Diesel’s love child,”

Fields told AL.com.

“I go along with it. It’s humorous. It’s flattering. It could be worse people, I guess.”

He’s built a fan base of almost 27,000 followers on Instagram, where he now and then shares photos of himself wearing aviator sunglasses, which make him really resemble Johnson. Yet, he told the publication, he’s himself in the end.

“I really couldn’t be anybody but me. I’m just glad I could be part of someone’s happiness and laughter.”

In August, a New York hairstylist called Claudelande posted a video of a customer named Ashley displaying a new wig and some newly styled — and Cardi B-inspired — hair.

“My client is [Cardi’s] twin lol,”

the stylist wrote in the caption, which evoked verbal and written remarks from followers.

“Somebody daddy lying,”

wrote one, while another said,

“I had to come to the comments just to see if I wasn’t the only one who thought this was cardi for a min.”

Screenshots surprisingly made their way to Twitter, there one observer remarked,

“I’ve never seen someone look SO MUCH like someone else and not be related to them.”

People have told Ashley she look like the 29-year-old hip hop star from year 2015, when Cardi B launched on VH1’s

“Love & Hip-Hop.”

Nevertheless Ashley doesn’t think she looks like her in any way.

“Everywhere I go, [I hear] ‘She looks like Cardi B.’ ” she told Allure. “I literally try to look every time somebody says it, but I don’t see it.”

Lady Gaga unarguably has musical talent, even so when did she become an Olympic athlete? At the time the Tokyo games last summer, a 26-year-old Jordanian taekwondo contestant, Julyana Al-Sadeq, became the subject of Twitter chatter due to the attracting attention lookalike she bares to Mother Monster – surprisingly clad in her protective headgear.

A 2018 Asian Games gold medalist, Al-Sadeq — may have won in the doppelgänger contest, still she didn’t fare as well in this year’s Olympics. Brazil’s Milena Titoneli knocked her out of the 67kg (148 pound) category.

So who’s who? Lady Gaga is on the left, lookalike Julyana is on the right



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