While many people dream of looking like their favorite celebrities, copying everything from their hairstyles to their wardrobes, a select few are simply born with their features. Some celebrity lookalikes are content with a few of their photos going viral on social media, some make good money on it, but they all prove a simple truth we have to make peace with: we're not that different from each other. At least on the outside!
One of the places you can meet regular people "who look and live like celebs" is Same de la Same. We've already written an article about this Instagram community uniting doppelgangers from all over the world, but it has grown quite a bit since then so it's time for an update.
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People love celebs but Freddy Slivinski, the creator of Same de la Same thinks the project got so popular because we are interested in the lives of their lookalikes even more. "That is our main purpose -- to tell people's stories. It's not just a picture, not just the visual similarity, it's the story behind. The incredible story the lookalike has and wants to share with the world," he told Bored Panda.
So far, Slivinski hasn't met his own doppelganger. "I search a lot but haven't found anyone that looks very much like me. Maybe it will be my future kids," he jokingly said.
Amazingly, even one celebrity whose lookalike appeared on Same de la Same noticed the page. Snoop Dog! "He liked the post. It was incredible!" Slivinski added.
Slivinski also wanted to thank all of the doppelgangers who decided to appear on Same de la Same and the dedicated fans who follow the project. "The page has become viral all over the world in just one year, and has been featured in dozens of articles online and in newspapers, radio and TV shows, even the famous People magazine recommended to follow Same de la Same last year. Such amazing things in just one year! Big thanks to everyone! We also just launched a TikTok account, so please follow us there as well."