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    Celebrities Who Look Alike Almost Undeniably

    Who wants to argue about these celebrities who look alike? Undeniable comparisons of these celebs popped up over Twitter recently. The only difference is knowing their real names.

    Wesley Jonathan Waples versus Nick Cannon trended this week. Both actors played major roles in the 90’s. It is like saying compare ‘Roll Bounce’ to ‘Love Don’t cost a Thing’.

    Wesley Jonathan Waples was born on December 2, 1977 in Toronto, Ontario. The 6’1″ actor is best known for his roles in the TV series “Soul Food” and the feature film “The Perfect Man”. He currently stars as Dr. Alex Burke on the CW’s hit drama “Stalker”. Waples so far maintained to keep a low profile compared to his look alike Nick Cannon.

    Since shooting to fame as a teenager on Nickelodeon’s ‘All That,’ Nick Cannon has become one of the most successful young entertainers in the business. From his work as a rapper and actor to his hosting duties on MTV’s ‘wild ‘n Out’ and NBC’s ‘America’s Got Talent.’ Not to mention, the actor also maintains to birth a celebrity kid every year now and days.

    You know how they say, the longer you hang with someone the more you start to look alike. BFF’s Terry Ellis and Holly Robinson Peete embodied the perfect example of this. The real-life friends of celebrities who look alike actually hang together. The two caption a moment in Vegas at the Silk Sonic show.

    Other celebrities who look alike include Kim Whitley and Jackee Harry. As well as Judy Reyes and Debbie Allen. Not to mention undeniable look a like’s Kirk Franklin and Plies. As well as Angell Conwell and Jennifer Hudson give serious twinning vibes. Another one, but arguably we’ll say Doja Cat and Tinashe give some twin vibes as well. Who are some celebs that you think look alike? let us know in the comments below.

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