Forget all of the other Kim Kardashian impersonators, the real deal has arrived. Kamilla Osman is slaying the Kim Kardashian doppelgänger game so hard I have found myself doing double-takes to make sure her photos aren't actually of the reality star. One look at Osman's Instagram and you'll start questioning the depths of your celeb knowledge too. She looks so much like the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star that you'll wonder if you're living in some kind of Inception-like reality where maybe two Kim Kardashians actually exist. I mean, really: This woman will blow your mind.
Not to throw shade, but there have been a handful of less convincing Kim Kardashian impersonators in the past few years. Some actually make a living off of vaguely resembling Kardashian. Ashley Sky, who you can book for everything from "trade shows," to "fundraisers," to "company picnics" makes a living looking like Kim K. Some impersonators have chosen to spend $30,000 of their own money to get plastic surgery to look like Kardashian (like 24-year-old Londoner Claire Leeson, who went into debt to "get her Kimmy on"). Others even dominated Kim Kardashian lookalike contests.
But none of them even come close to Kamilla Osman's Kim K persona:
Sure, Instagram is all about the #filteredlife and the right angles and makeup and Kardashian kontouring, but Kamilla Osman's resemblance to Kim Kardashian is legit. Just look at the above picture, I'm still screaming!
Osman insists that the striking resemblance to Kardashian is simply down to their similar backgrounds (Osman is "Azeri, which borders Armenia, so I guess that played a role in our similarity," she told People) and, well, fate. (Not to mention a striking wardrobe and similar makeup.)
"I didn't do anything invasive or on purpose to be like her," Osman told the magazine. "I just naturally have dark long hair, olive skin, almond shaped eyes and a slim face."
And though Osman hasn't commented on any of the other Kim Kardashian lookalikes out there in the world, I'd say that her most recent Instagram post pretty much sums it up: