"A lot of people have been telling me that I look like President Obama from a side view."
-- Former panhandler and trained radio announcer Ted Williams on comparisons to President Barack Obama. Recently, the New York native rose to stardom following a viral video that showcased his one-of-a-kind voice. (Access Hollywood)
Known for her no-nonsense 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' ways, NeNe Leakes probably didn't know she had a long-lost twin who was also on television. But we do. All we can say about the mystery person is that she has historical comedy ties. Find out who the celebrity look-alike is.
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Celebrity Look Alikes Vol. 6
For a few years, Ellen Cleghorne impersonated various characters on 'Saturday Night Live,' including Natalie Cole, Aretha Franklin, Patti LaBelle and Whoopi Goldberg. However, there's one particular reality star that Cleghorne has yet to portray.
The former Los Angeles Lakers cheerleader and '80s pop music sensation had a career resurgence with the the talent competition series 'American Idol.' But there's another singer from the synthesized music era who is her dead ringer. Guess who?
It's none other than Lisa Lisa (aka Lisa Velez), the original Puerto Rican pop music princess who has a string of radio hits during the mid-1980s with Full Force and The Cult Jam. With songs such as 'Head to Toe,' 'I Wonder If I Take You Home' and 'All Cried Out,' Lisa Lisa and The Cult Jam became a force to be reckoned with on the dance-music scene.
While recording anti-Auto Tunes tracks for his highly anticipated forthcoming album, 'The Blueprint 3', hip-hop mogul Jay-Z probably didn't think he would have a larger-than-life fashionista jockin' his swag.
Andre Leon Talley:
On the other hand, maybe Jay-Z was taking a few fashion cues from Vogue magazine Editor-at-Large Andre Leon Talley, who is revered as the most influential black man in the fashion business.
Jay-Z/Andre Leon Talley:
Although their skin complexion is a bit off, one thing's for sure, these two sunglasses-clad brothers look like they are well on their way to being the new-school version of Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi's legendary group, The Blues Brothers.
When she's all dolled up, the saucy 'American Boy' singer Estelle resembles a certain Tony-Award winning vocal powerhouse with pipes reminiscent of Whitney Houston in her heyday. Do you know who?
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