This Mom Gets Stopped All the Time Because She Looks So Much Like Angelina Jolie

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There are a lot of gorgeous people in the world and a large portion of them seem to be in Hollywood. They get noticed for their good looks, stunning stand out features, and it can make us regular people slightly jealous. It’s hard to deny there’s something extra special about the brightest stars in movies and TV, like Blake Livley, Angelina Jolie, or Halle Berry.

Then, there are some people who have been blessed with features that mimic those of the famous stars — they’ve got the best of both worlds having a normal life and probably an extra boost of confidence knowing they’re similar to a famous star.

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Could you imagine what it would be like to walk around and have people stop you assuming you’re a big mega star when you’re just regular old you. To have people stare when you go out, take photos, and ask you for your autograph when you’re out picking up groceries for your kids or waiting in line at the bank? For most of us that will never happen because we don’t live that Hollywood life.

But there are a few people out there who, thanks to the weird rules of genetics, have grown to be a doppelganger of someone already famous. They get the perks and the downsides of fame by-proxy because of who they happen to look like.

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And for one woman, her looks have had her mistaken for one of the biggest stars and brightest beauties — Angelina Jolie — and she really looks just like her.

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Devan McGuinness

Devan McGuinness is the Managing Editor of HMC and she's has an odd obsession with useless movie and TV trivia. She's one of the weird ones that reads IMDb trivia instead of watching the movie. When she's not at work you can hear her answering the question "why" twenty-billion times thanks to her four kids. Got something to say? Send me an email at [email protected]

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