It’s hard to look at Katherine Heigl without being reminded of Judy Garland. Even from back when the blonde beauty first first hit the scene on Grey’s Anatomy all the way to her recent stint on State of Affairs, she proved herself to be the modern-day version of the icon. Google the two of them if you don’t believe us — the similarities between the now-37-year-old star and the Wizard of Oz legend are extraordinary.
But, in terms of Teen.com, Katherine is — we hate to say it — old. Like, she’s 20+ years older than a lot of our readers. So, we aimed to find 10 young(er) modern-day stars and their actress lookalikes from Hollywood’s Golden Age. And that’s exactly what we found:
Lily Collins | Audrey Hepburn
We already know that we mentioned Lily Collins' likeness to Audrey Hepburn, but we simply couldn't resist. A lot of people call out Natalie Portman's similarities to the Breakfast at Tiffany's icon, and we totally see them, but the Mortal Instruments actress definitely takes the cake here.
Karlie Kloss | Lauren Bacall
Lauren Bacall (a.k.a. Betty Joan Perske) was known for her "distinctive voice" and "sultry looks" long before her Oscar-nominated performance in 1996's The Mirror Has Two Faces. No one's said the same about supermodel Karlie's voice, but she's right there along with Lauren when it comes to her stunning physical features.
Dianna Agron | Grace Kelly
It was a Jonathan Groff (as Jesse St. James) quote on Glee that made us realize how right this comparison is. He said to Dianna's character, "Quinn, you look stunning. The ghost of Grace Kelly."
January Jones is often compared to the late Rear Window actress, due to her old-school glamour on Mad Men, but Di's the epitome of the same glamour, on and off screen.
Scarlett Johansson | Marilyn Monroe
Must we really point out all the reasons why?
Mila Kunis | Sophia Loren
Phil of the Future alum Aly Michalka is one of the first people to pop up as the Two Women stunner's modern-day lookalike, but we can't look past how much she reminds us of a golden-age Mila.
Christina Aguilera | Ginger Rogers
Blonde, redhead, brunette — no matter how you dye the "Beautiful" singer's locks and the Top Hat actress' mane, Xtina will forever be a reincarnation of the late talent.
Alicia Keys | Lena Horne
What's even more stunning than their doppelganger qualities is their matching musical backgrounds.
Megan Fox | Gene Tierney
The Transformers actress may not be heading down the Academy Award route anytime soon (Gene scored a nomination for her role in the 1945 film Leave Her to Heaven), but we can totally see where she's headed in the facial department.
Kat Dennings | Bette Davis
Ruth Elizabeth "Bette" Davis is regarded as one of the greatest actresses in Hollywood history — that's what made it so difficult for the public to cope with her loss in 1989 after her battle with breast cancer.
No one can replace her, by any means, but at least they can look to 2 Broke Girls' Kat Dennings if they want a reminder of her face.
Eva Amurri | Olivia de Havilland
When Susan Sarandon gave birth to Eva, we're sure she had no idea that she'd grow up to look like the two-time Oscar winner. Yet, that's what happened.