This Jennifer Aniston Doppelgänger on TikTok Will Make You Do a Double Take

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It looks like we have another Jennifer Aniston doppelgänger on our hands. 

On June 30, TikTok user @she_plusthree (real name Lisa Tranel) shared a video lip-synching to a high-key relatable quote by Rachel Green, the iconic fashion executive played by Aniston on Friends. “I wanna quit, but then I think I should stick it out, but then I think, Why would a person stay in such a demeaning job just because it's remotely related to the field they're interested in?” Tranel “says” in her video. 

I don't have a good answer to that question, but I do have some questions of my own about the TikTok, which got 2 million views and over 250,000 likes in just 24 hours. Like many, many people in the comments, I couldn't help but notice how much Tranel looks like the actor she is emulating. How?! 

“I actually thought it was Jennifer Aniston. Wow,” one user commented, receiving 63,000 likes from other viewers. It's not just that Tranel shares Aniston's features, though. As another user pointed out, she really “nailed” the actor's expressions. 

Obviously, Tranel is aware of their resemblance. In fact, her TikTok bio reads, simply, “Not Jennifer Aniston 😂.” Watch her video, here:

This comes around the same time dancer-actor Julianne Hough revealed her own inner Aniston with new blonde highlights. On June 30, Hough's hairstylist debuted the fresh look on Instagram, proving Hough is almost a dead ringer for the Friends star. Seriously, these three women could be sisters.

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There are few TikTok videos more delightful than the ones made by unexpected celebrity look-alikes. Back in August 2020, Priscila Beatrice went so viral for her Rihanna-esque appearance that the Fenty mogul couldn't help but weigh in. “Where the album sis? #R9,” the singer joked at the time. 

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If you also can't get enough of doppelgänger TikTok, Glamour has compiled a whole list. From Taylor Swift to Emma Watson, click here for more of our favorite look-alikes. 

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