Table Topic Tuesday. 10/22.

Let’s cap off this Tuesday  with a little Table Topic.

Survey says:

10/22

Well, when I rocked bodacious bangs back in the day, a few folks thought I looked like Candace Cameron. Any Full House fans in the house?

Candace Cameron

And during season 3 of Idol, I heard that I looked like Diana DeGarmo weekly. I don’t see it, but I do love her affinity for big earrings.

Diana DeGarmo

And then there was the time that I saw a my-height Minnie, signing autographs and posing for pictures. She wasn’t quite 5 feet, even with her ears, and her legs were identical to mine. Carbon copies. Might be fun to be her when I grow up.

Disney Digression
Disney Digression

For now, I’m happily unfamous looking.

My friends chimed in, too.

Lynda says:

Back in my younger days (read “thinner” days and/or “blonder” days), I heard people compare me to two different celebrities on a rather consistent basis – Calista Flockhart from Ally McBeal fame and Cameron Diaz.  These days, most likely due to my pudgy cheeks, I get nothing.  But that’s okay.  Don’t get me wrong, neither of those actresses are bad to be compared to, but I’m still dreaming of the day when I grow up to be Jennifer Anniston or Sandra Bullock.  Until then I’ll go along happily looking like no one but myself.

Lindsay says:

Unfortunately, I don’t get mistaken for celebs very often — or at all. I’ve never once gotten a ‘oh-you-look-like-so-and-so’ comment. But when I was in middle school, I was convinced that Hilary Duff and I were born from the same mother. I loved her in that Disney show, and the more I watched it, the more I believed we were separated at birth. These days, not so much. Back in college {back in my non-injured running days}, I thought I looked a little like my favorite runner, Paula Radcliffe. Maybe if Hilary and Paula had a baby {someday, technology will make that happen}, it would look like me. Let’s go with that.
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