On our list of celebrities who have same faces, the number place goes to Justin Beiber and Miley Cyrus. This photo went viral on social media because they look so similar. Just pay attention to the face structure of Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber and you will see how similar they look.
Nobody wants to have a smile that makes people sick, and that goes double for celebrities. For them, getting away with bad teeth is near to impossible! For most mortals, dental surgery is out of the question because it costs a small fortune. But, thanks to money, which the celebs have plenty of, those beautiful pearly white smiles are the first thing they upgrade when it comes to making themselves more pretty. However, thanks to paparazzi and internet, their former smiles will never be forgotten, and after seeing what we prepared, you will never look at celebrities the same again. For some of them you probably already knew, but some of them will probably come as a surprise. So, here we go!
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1. Cow urine (gomutra) is considered holy by some Indians.
A standout amongst the most cozy things in the life of Marilyn Monroe is going on the closeout piece — as Julien’s Auctions presents the skintight dress that she wore while serenading John F. Kennedy with “Glad Birthday!” The outfit goes available to be purchased on November 17, 2016, and there’s a justifiable reason that it’s exhibited on a mannequin that matches Marilyn’s correct estimations!
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