Separated Out The Womb: Celebrities Who Look Like Other Celebrities (PHOTOS)

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    Actress Raven Symone has lost so much weight these past couple of months and she looks absolutely amazing! With her new weight loss transformation, it’s come to GlobalGrind’s attention that Raven is looking very similar to Nicole Richie these days. 

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    GlobalGrind posted this side-by-side photo of the two ladies and we say they were separated at birth! Raven and Nicole aren’t the only celebrities who look like other celebrities. There are so many stars who look like their Hollywood counterparts. 

    Between Beyonce and Shakira looking like twins and Will Farrell and Chad Smith looking like brothers from a different mother, GlobalGrind decided to round up all of your favorite celebrities who were separated at birth. 

    Click on the next few pages!

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    Can you tell which picture is Beyonce and which picture is Shakira? These two stars did a video together called “Beautiful Liar” and certainly confused a few people. Between the hair and the similiar skin tones, Beyonce and Shakira look separated at birth! 

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    “American Idol” winner Jordin Sparks and “Ugly Betty” actress America Ferrera were definitely born in the same hospital because they look just alike. 

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    Rocker Chad Smith of the Red Hot Chili Peppers and funny man Will Ferrell look like brothers from another mother.  

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    Rapper Method Man and NBA baller Kenyon Martin look like twins. 

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    Actress Jessica Alba and MTV VJ Vanessa Minnillo look super similar. 

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    Actress Charlize Theron and Dixie Chicks singer Natalie Maines should be the real twins of the Dixie Chicks. 

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    “King of Soul” singer Otis Redding could be NBA baller Amare Stoudemire’s dad because they look so much alike. 

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