These celebrity doppelgangers will have you looking twice, so can you tell Rihanna or Bruce Willis from the fake?

THESE famous faces may be on the front of magazines and seen on TV screens worldwide – but they may not be as unique as the stars would like. 

An Instagram account features celebrity doppelgangers and their uncanny likeness will leave you doing a double take. 

The social media page, which calls itself the “world's largest community of celeb lookalikes”, features the likes of Rihanna and Bruce Willis and their near identical doubles. 

The @same.de.la.same account was set up by Israel-based Freddy Slivinski, who is a twin himself.

Freddy, who lives in Israel, told Fabulous Digital: "When I was a child I used to play a game with my twin brother where we found people who looked like celebrities.

"I wanted to set up a page dedicated to their amazing lives – not just their pictures, but the story of how it is to look like a celeb and how people react to them.

Emma Watson

Jason Momoa

Margot Robbie

"I receive messages from people who look like celebs, or I'll get in touch with them after finding them online – it's a bit like model scouting.

"It's not just people who do it professionally as a job – many 'normal' people don't even realise they look like a celebrity until someone points it out!"

Freddy explained he "loves hearing about their glamorous lives" and focuses each Instagram post on their story and how looking like an A-lister has affected their day-to-day life.

We've rounded up some of the account's most mind-boggling celebrity doubles – can you tell these apart?

Maisie Williams

George Clooney

Johnny Depp

Angelina Jolie

Brad Pitt

Kim Kardashian

Bruce Willis

Kate Winslet

Mariah Carey

Taylor Swift

Keanu Reeves

Previously, we asked if you can you guess which celeb these animal doppelgangers look like?

Meanwhile, here are incredible doppelgänger encounters are guaranteed to make you look twice.

And hilarious pics show people spotting their doppelgangers in unlikely places.

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