TikTok star’s uncanny resemblance to Rihanna sends internet into a frenzy

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Rihanna and her doppelganger Priscila Beatrice (Photos: Getty Images/Gallo Images)
Rihanna and her doppelganger Priscila Beatrice (Photos: Getty Images/Gallo Images)

Honestly, whether it’s OG Bad Girl Riri, Mini-Me Riri or TikTok Riri, we can never have enough Rihanna – and neither can she!

Brazilian TikTokker Priscila Beatrice (28) caught the eye of the superstar who playfully trolled her with a comment frequently directed at her: “Where the album sis? #R9”, a reference to her long-awaited new album.


Priscila’s TikTok video, which shows her glammed up to look like Riri at the 2019 British Fashion Awards quickly went viral after it got the Fenty star’s attention when it was reposted by The Shade Room.

Priscila who has more than 900, 000 followers on her TikTok account is just one of the Rihanna clones spotted on social media in recent years.

Ala’a Skky

Seven-year-old influencer and model Ala’a Skyy from the USA has a gobsmacking resemblance to Rihanna. The singer shared pics of herself and her mini-me on Instagram, writing, “almost drop my phone. how?”


Riri was inundated with questions from fans and fellow celebs. Snoop Dogg asked if she had secretly had a baby and Priyanka Chopra said what most of us were thinking:  “wow”.

 

Andele Lara

The 28-year-old American look-alike got world-wide recognition when Riri’s album Loud was released in 2010, with strangers asking her if she was the pop star.

“People began approaching me in the street asking if I was her and I would see photos of myself going viral on social media,” Andele said.


Like the real Rihana, Andele is also the owner her own beauty brand, Lara Lifestyle.

 

Rose Cohen

Brazilian Rose Cohen has been a professional Rihanna impersonator since 2009 and regularly performs the star’s hits at events.


Check out her latest performance of Rihanna’s Believe It featuring Party Next Door.

Sources:  Today, Metro, E News, Dailymail

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