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Celebrity doppelgangers apply here


I have one of those faces. Often I am told that I look like so and so's sister, girlfriend, cousin, etc. It happens in Toronto and when I'm traveling. I was visiting pre-Katrina New Orleans and apparently I have a doppelganger there too. I'm never mistaken for a celebrity so I can't audition for the show Look-A-Like.

This weekend, the production team from Kaleidoscope Entertainment and Star! will choose regular people who look like actors, rock stars or famous personalities to makeover in the popular series. Winners will be given the Hollywood treatment. Internationally known stylists Paul Venoit (make up), Jeffrey Altenburg (Hair) and Alissia Marciano (fashion) will transform the lucky winners into their celebrity doppelganger in just one day. Richard Sibbald, fashion photographer will be on hand to get great pictures of the transformation.

Auditions take place on Saturday, Jan 20 from 11am - 5pm and Sunday, Jan 21 from 10am - 5pm at 299 Queen Street West. Dress to impress the production team, they are looking for standouts. Look-A-Like can be seen on the Fashion Television Channel and Star! in Canada.

image: lookaliketv.com


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