8 Celebrity Doppelgangers on TikTok

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Ariana Grande arrives at the 62nd Grammy Awards at the Staples Center on January 26, 2020, in Los Angeles.

TikTok has not only given the social media world a number of new dance challenges that are taking off, but the application has also highlighted the stunts of celebrities from around the world.

Some users have indeed gained millions of followers on the platform simply because they look like some of today’s biggest stars. From Billie Eilish to Camila Cabello and Ariana Grande, you can find your seemingly lost siblings singing the songs of their surrogate mother.

Below are eight TikTokers whose resemblance to celebrities is so uncanny that it is very, very hard to tell the difference.

A Starbucks bartender named Sean

Ladies, there are officially two Harry Styles. The user of TikTok @fridasakaj uploaded a video of her and her friends standing in the window of a Starbucks drive-in cinema when a young man who is the spitting image of the former One Direction singer comes out to offer them his drink.

The band, who were already listening to Styles’ “Adore You” when they arrived at the window, informed her of their resemblance to the star. “Thank you,” he replied monotonously, as he had heard this comparison hundreds of times before.

“You can’t tell me this isn’t Harry Styles,” wrote Frida in the caption, and we couldn’t agree more.

Paige Neimann

The TikTok star, who currently has over 4 million fans on the app, has caused some division among Ariana Grande fans because of her uncanny resemblance to the pop star.

While some were surprised to see how Neimann could easily replace Ari at his concert and no one would notice, others attacked the social media sensation for the way he tries to be someone he is not. Grande even noticed a video of Neimann recreating a winning scene in the winged-eye eyeliner and ponytail signed by Ari.

“I wonder why the cat’s a voice/dialogue,” the singer “thank you, over,” tweeted with a tearful emoji. “I’m sure she’s the sweetest lover, but it’s very rare to see people mixing the two worlds.

Celina Sharma

This Camila Cabello’s double is not from Havana, but from there. The Australian singer played in all the comments pointing out that her bone structure, color, lips, and eyes are strangely similar to the singer’s, and shared a number of TikToks while singing to Cabello’s music or joking about the fact that she is Shawmila’s descendant.

Alyssa McKay

McKay’s big blue eyes and long blond locks make us think we’re looking at Dove Cameron’s account at TikTok. Like the other duplicates of the app, he shared a series of videos as a tribute to his long-lost sister, playing scenes from Cameron’s Liv & Maddie and many others.


This TikTok star’s pout, nose, and “ocean eyes” really make her look like Billie Eilish. Inspired by the “Mix Song” trend a few weeks ago, Raiven is a mix of Eilish, Amanda Seyfried, and Lil Xan. She has also posted several other videos in response to comments comparing her to the “bad boy” singer.

Brendan Radatz

If you had to mix Nick Jonas and Shawn Mendes, you’d have Brendan Radatz. The TikTok has Jonas’ face in the bone structure and Mendes’ hair and is very aware of the resemblance. Like Raiven, he has also downloaded his version of the “Mix Song” trend, mixing the two stars to get his look.

Vampy Jordan

This TikToker knows how much his cheekbones, hairstyle, and facial features resemble those of Johnny Depp. So he’s turned his account into a Depp appreciation site. Vampy Jordan continually posts videos with scenes of Jack Sparrow from the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise or dresses up as the popular actor in general.


Hermione Granger, is that you? The user of TikTok @maresclop looks so much like Emma Watson that it’s almost impossible to tell the difference when her photos are placed next to each other. Since becoming popular for her appearance, she has shared several clips with her Gryffindor uniform, reciting some of the most popular scenes from Harry Potter.

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