Have you ever been told you look like a celebrity? These folks certainly have. They’ve even taken those similarities to the next level by becoming impersonators. You won’t believe how much these people look like their celebrity counterparts.
1. Gordon Ramsay
It’s almost unsettling just how similar Martin Jordan looks like the celebrity chef — and Kitchen Nightmares and MasterChef star.
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2. Kate Middleton
The mere presence of the Duchess of Cambridge at an event could lead to riots, so it makes sense that her doppelgänger created crazy crowds when she showed up outside London’s St. Mary’s Hospital in July 2013 where Prince William and (the real) Kate were awaiting the arrival of Prince George.
3. Johnny Depp
This guy caused quite a stir when he showed up to the premiere of Disney’s The Lone Ranger in 2013. Now, if only he would start showing up at children’s hospitals to cheer up kids like the real Johnny Depp did.
4. George Clooney
Not only is male model Guillermo Zapata a total silver fox, but he looks just like one of our favorite silver-haired hunks: George Clooney.
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5. Elsa from Frozen
Sure, Elsa from 2013’s animated hit Frozen isn’t a real person, but if she were, everyone agrees that Anna Faith Carlson is exactly how she would look.
Just in time for my 1 year “Elsaversary” of my original pic next to the cut out of Elsa, I now have a beautiful new dress by “angel-secret.com” to continue being the Snow Queen in. OMG….I absolutely LOVE this dress!!! I’m so excited to wear it and see the childrens reaction to it! It’s perfect because this weekend we are going to Wisconsin to fundraise & dedicate a park “Angels Island.” ❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️❄️
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6. Ryan Gosling, Number 1
Electrician Robert McKinnon looks just like the Canadian heartthrob. Bonus: He told our friends at ELLE that he’s single, so if you spot this handsome face on a dating site, be sure to say hi — he’s not a fake!
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