Yesterday I went to a Christmas party, and everyone there was saying how wonderful Christmas is. There is just something so special about it, how it can truly change attitudes from the miserly Scrooges and grumpy Grinches to love, compassion, giving, etc. It is truly the most wonderful time of the year, just like today’s Christmas Carol says.
It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year was written in 1963 and first performed by Andy Williams, being covered many times by others. It was also named by Billboard as one of the top 10 holiday songs. I know I love it!
Now supposedly there are 6 people on the planet that look like you, your doppelgängers.
Now out of these six doppelgängers, supposedly at least one is a famous celebrity.
Now I don’t know of that is really true, but hey I guess it could be.
Anyway, here are my (supposed) celebrity look-a-likes.
I’m sure almost every little girl looked like Matilda at one point in their lives. Almost every girl at one point in their lives had cut straight across bangs; one in the middle that was always a bit too long and a clump that would always split off on their own.
I know people used to say that I looked like Matilda. This was because we were both small, wore dresses, had the same hair, and of course the fact I always had a book in my hand.
I know what you’re thinking: A cartoon character? Really? But hey, I just said celebrity look-a-likes, I never said they had to be real people.
So as I grew, I also grew out my hair very long, always wearing it in a ponytail. As I continued to read all the time and carry books with me, I quickly was compared to Belle from Beauty and the Beast, and truth be told, I didn’t mind at all.
When I was in high school, people would tell me actually quite a lot that I resembled Mandy Moore. Specifically the Mandy Moore from A Walk to Remember.
I had never seen that movie, or really anything of her work (besides The Princess Diaries) so I never agreed with that idea. At least not until my junior prom. We shared a similar color of hair, mine being long and straight with bangs, but for my junior prom I curled it exactly the way she had it in A Walk to Remember, and wore a similar, but deeper blue, dress. Yep folks, I was a dead ringer.
And the funniest thing about it was that I didn’t watch this movie until a year later, so I had no idea that was what she looked like in the film.
When I was in my late teens, people started telling me that I looked just like Claire Forlani. At first I was like nooooo way, she is so much prettier than me. But in an objective way, I kind of do.
We both have similar face shapes and bone structure (although my chin is smaller making me look younger). We also have similar noses and share green eyes. With my hair short like it is now, or even just pulled back, I could confidently say I can pass myself off as her look-a-like. Well her look-a-like in Meet Joe Black.
For those of you who have been wondering what I might look like, I hope this answers some of your questions.
For the rest I have a question for you. Who do you look like? Comment below as to who your celeb double is.
That comic pretty much describes my life. You see:
They need a home and I am more than willing to open my doors and shelves to them. If you actually tallied up all the money I’ve spent through the years on books, it would be thousands of dollars. Say it loud and say it proud:
Even though I have more than I can read, I buy more and more and more. 😦