Liza Minnelli's Blue Hair & More of The Oscars Red Carpet Doppelgangers
The Oscars are upon us! Do you have your Wolf of Wall Street goodie bag of advil and condoms ready for your party guests? Have you played the Her drinking game where any time one of your friends checks their phone everyone else in the room has to drink? Have you picked your American Hustle-inspired fro. Good, good glad you're ready. And so is Hollywood! The celebs have just started to arrive — rain be damned! (Seriously people in Los Angeles lose their minds when it rains...let alone when it rains and there are major hair and fashion moments happening).
One of tonight's earliest arrivals was the living legend Liza Minnelli who is rocking some seriously badass blue locks. Not only was it a total Arrested Development moment (She just "blue" herself!) it also reminded us of another famous female...Sharon Osbourne!
Liza's blue hair wasn't the only thing having us seeing double on the red carpet. Ross and Kelly on the red carpet are TOTALLY Caesar Flickerman and Effie, amiright? Take a look at our favorite doppelgangers, twins, and double-takes from the Oscars red carpet. And here’s hoping Ryan and Guliana don’t accidentally call an A-lister by the wrong name, that would be more sinful than messing up what designer they’re wearing!
Liza Minnelli... and Sharon Osbourne
You can GET IT with that blue hair, Liza.
Kristin Chenoweth... and The Cover of Metropolis
Way to make a political statement, Chenoweth.
Anna Kendrick and... Angelina Jolie's Leg
Pharrell and... The Sound of Music Kids
Lupita Nyongo and... Natalie Portman at the Oscars in 2005
Jared Leto and... Ryan Seacrest!
Who wore it better? I haven't seen this many guys in white suits since the height of boy band fame in the late 90s.
Jared Leto and...Mr. Rosso from Freaks and Geeks
Jennifer Lawrence and... Sharon Stone at the BAFTA's in 2009
Bill Murray and... Grandpa Joe in Williy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
Lady Gaga and... Singin' In the Rain
Images: Metropolis/Universum Film; The Sound of Music/20th Century Fox; Freaks and Geeks/Fox; Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory/Warner Bros.; Singin' in the Rain/ Metro-Goldwyn Mayer