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“Portrait of a Young Boy” isn’t exactly how we’d describe ourselves, but Google seems to think it’s a good match, thanks to their Google Arts & Culture app that’s gone viral over the past few days. Although the app isn’t new, a recent feature that allows users to upload a selfie and get matched to a famous work of art has propelled the app to the number one for downloads for both iOS and Android. Here, the best celeb art doppelgängers we’ve seen so far.

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Kristen Bell

Hey, Google, we mustache you a question about this.

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Kate Hudson

We kinda see it in the lips...

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Kelly Ripa

Very handsome, Kelly.

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Kelly Ripa

Kelly wrote: “Everyone said i should try a different angle.”


These are too good. (Scroll through the entire cast by clicking the little white arrows on the Instagram above.)

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amanda seyfried

We could've sworn this was a painting of Seyfried as a child.

Gabrielle Union

Maybe the trick is to wear makeup...

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Sarah Michelle Gellar

Buffy's long lost cousin, perhaps?

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Alyssa Milano

Milano’s caption: “F*** off, Google.” Yikes.

Kumail Nanjiani

“Hey this one ain’t so bad,” the comedian and Big Sick actor joked.

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Minnie Driver

Minnie took things into her own hands (literally) with a handmade pic collage.

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Sarah Silverman

Carrot, tongue…same difference.

Debra Messing

The seatbelt made it!

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