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The Best Grammys Doppelgangers of 2015

Lorax or Prince? Sia or a Bichon Frise? Can you spot these 9 resemblances?

Celebs love playing dress-up, but sometimes they go too far and start looking like other people, or um, other inanimate objects. Check out the stars and their look-alikes in our handy “You know who they look like?” cheat sheet.

1. Chris Brown and Dennis Rodman

With double nose rings and earrings on both ears, plus tattoos and sunglasses paired with an unusual hair color and loose button down shirt — the uncanny resemblance between Chris Brown and Dennis Rodman is undeniable.

2. Sia and a lamp shade/Bichon Frise

Oh Sia, how many things do you resemble with your massive face-covering platinum wig and mini sidekick? At least two, off the top of our heads. 

3. Rihanna and a cheap grocery store Barbie cake

Rihanna’s Giambattista Valli tent-like gown makes her look like something we would have totally bought in college at 1 a.m. from the 24-hour Kroger.

4. Iggy Azalea and Tilda Swinton

Right?

5. Pharrell’s wife, Helen Lasichanh, and Rocky Balboa

Mrs. Pharrell could be many things in her gray training onesie. Rocky Balboa running up those stairs is one of them. 

6. Madonna and a Matador

Madonna channeled a Spanish matador (not the first time), but this time she did it in a custom-made Givenchy outfit designed by Riccardo Tisci, which was inspired by the minotaur legend in Greek mythology. Ole! 

7. Pharrell during his performance and Zero from The Grand Budapest Hotel

Pharrell performed in yet another interesting hat, one that made him look quite like the bellboy Zero from The Grand Budapest Hotel.

8. Katy Perry as Solange Knowles on her wedding day

Is it just us or did Katy Perry borrow Solange Knowles' Humberto Leon for Kenzo-designed wedding dress? No, Perry's frock is Valentino. Could have fooled us. 

9. Prince and Dr. Seuss' The Lorax

The pop icon wore an ensemble that needs to be called out. The orange, loose-fitting shiny suit reminded us of one of our favorite Dr. Seuss characters, the Lorax.

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