Cartoon Twins! 9 Celebs with Animated Look-alikes
ARIANA GRANDE: LOLA BUNNY
The "Dangerous Woman" recently revealed her cartoon alter ego to PEOPLE. "I feel like Lola Bunny that's why I wore this shirt," she said of her evolving style. "Have you seen that thing on Facebook where you have to pick three fictional characters to describe yourself? I did it the other day, but I realized that I am Lola Bunny from Space Jam – like I am Lola Bunny. Even her hair. Look at her hair! It's so funny."
PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: OSCAR PROUD
Ever wondered what the commander-in-chief would be like as a cartoon? Look no further that The Proud Family patriarch Oscar Proud. While a bit more mature than his animated counterpart, Obama shares the Disney Channel star's infectious smile and lanky look.
AMANDA SEYFRIED: RAPUNZEL
Seyfried's big green eyes and blonde hair received the princess treatment in 2010's Tangled. The actress even seemed to replicate Rapunzel's (spoiler) brunette transformation when she rocked a brown bob in August.
CHRIS PRATT: KRISTOFF
BELLA THORNE: DAPHNE
We think the redheaded actress should seriously consider a Scooby-Doo-themed Halloween costume. With her voluptuous tresses, on-point fashion sense and crush-worthy visage, the teen star is practically a dead-ringer for the danger-prone mystery solver.
KIM KARDASHIAN WEST: JASMINE
EMMA STONE: ANNA
A real-life version of the Frozen princess would look just like the green-eyed redhead. When her upcoming musical La La Land opens in December, we'll see if Stone shares her animated doppelgänger's singing chops.
MICHELLE WILLIAMS: TINKERBELL
The Manchester by the Sea star looks just like the Peter Pan fairy, especially when she rocks a pixie cut. While the outer similarities are undeniable, it's probably safe to say that Williams is a tad less mischievous than her magical cartoon double.
KYLIE JENNER: BETTY BOOP
Jenner's famous pout, beautiful big eyes and hourglass figure remind us of the 1930s flapper-inspired character. In February, the makeup mogul amped up the similarity by stepping out in a skintight red-and-black dress and hot-red lipstick that could have come straight from Betty's closet.