Celebrities VS History



Here’s Justin Timberlake, who uncannily resembles this old-time criminal in a mug shot.


Bruce Willis greatly resembles WWII General Douglas MacArthur


Nic Cage and his doppelganger. Little is known about the man besides that he supposedly served in the Civil War


Rupert Grint from “Harry Potter” looks like Scottish painter Sir David Wilkie


Ellen DeGeneres looks like Henry David Thoreau


Actor Hank Azaria resembles philosopher Rudolf Steiner


Actress Maggie Gylenhaal looks like historical journalist and women’s rights leader, Rose Wilder Lane


Who Wore It Best ?

Rihanna V Katherine Jenkins V Chloe Moretz V Emma Watson

After a slew of raunchy outfits from our favourite Barbadian singer, Rihanna floored us when she took to the X Factor stage in November wearing this relatively demure McQ by Alexander McQueen tartan dress. Complete with a head of bona fide Hollywood curls, metallic collar and creepers, no less… Well, we’re still speechless.

And, just shy of a week later, Welsh warblerKatherine Jenkins was spotted wearing it too. In a different take on the look, the soprano paired the £465 frock with opaque black tights and heels. Decidedly less punky than RiRi.

Yet before these two, budding fashionistaChloe Moretz took the tartan confection for a spin at the Toronto Film Festival in September. Keeping the look simple with bare legs, minimal accessorising and just a feline flick of black eyeliner, the Hollywood ingénue further cemented her place as a fashion force.

It was none other than Emma Watson who originally showcased the piece though, on the GQ Men Of The Year Awards red carpet in early September. Interpreting the look in a different way again, Emma cast some fashion magic by teaming the girly garb with biker leathers, slicked hair and red-soled Louboutins.

I think who really got it right was Rihanna

Rihanna, I salute you.