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Twins Separated at Birth

I was busy reading up on Anne Hathaway, who really rubs me the wrong way, and discovered something FAR MORE entertaining. Famous twins who were separated at birth. HAHA Well, maybe not exactly, but these pictures, taken from HuffingtonPost, are the best of the bunch that are featured in slide presentation.
Who do you think looks the most identical? Leave your comment below!

Scarlet Johanson and Amber Heard

Donatella Versace and Janice from The Muppets

Will Ferrell and Red Hot Chili Pepper, Chad Smith

Natalie Portman and Kiera Knightly

Bill Murray and Edgar Allen Poe

Ian Somerhalder and Chad Lowe

Elizabeth Banks and Chelsea Handler

Jamie Pressly and Margot Robbie

Husband and wife, Rochelle and Marvin Humes

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You had me at Donatella! hahahaha
I always thought Chelsea Handler and Elizabeth Banks looked super similar too! And then there's Katy Perry and Zooey Deschanel..
that husband and wife duo is mind-boggling! Other than that the best photo comparison I think is Scarjo and Amber. Fun photos!
Jamie and Margot
I thought that was funny too.
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