Esmeralda, is that you? Instagram user bbyg6rl’s uncanny resemblance to Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame character is hard to ignore. The self-dubbed “Indian girl” shared a photo of herself with a purple headband and gold accessories, which is just what the animated character wears. Her followers couldn’t help but compare her appearance to that of Esmeralda.
Bbyg6rl has nearly 280,000 Instagram followers, a sizable chunk of whom noticed the teen’s resemblance to Esmeralda. Her photo quickly racked up nearly 30,000 likes and 200 comments, with one commenter noting, “You look exactly like Esmeralda. With the hoops and the hair and all.” Another one added, “Esmeralda vibes, you look so much like her.”
Y'all can sit here and tell me Disney Princesses ain't real all y'all want but…. pic.twitter.com/K2O3fD4YJB
— boujee but broke™ (@okaybitchdoyou) October 16, 2017
Even without the similar accessories, the teen still resembles the Disney character, with her long, dark hair and striking green eyes making her the perfect real-life Esmeralda.
Bbyg6rl, who did not respond to requests for comment from Yahoo Lifestyle, is not the only one online who resembles a Disney character. Ollie Mei, 21, lives in Florida and looks a bit like Moana (albeit on purpose).
Anna Faith, 21, went viral in 2014 when she posed next to a poster of Queen Elsa of Arendelle from Frozen, and the internet went wild with her crazy similarity.
Here she is dressed up as Elsa.
New York-based model Olayinka Mia Noel not only resembles one Disney princess but can pass as two: Jasmine and Pocahontas. She first shared a photo of herself dressed up as Princess Jasmine, which was her Halloween costume of last year.
This year, she transformed into a real-life Pocahontas.
“Wow girl you are just beautiful,” wrote a commenter. “You look like Pocahontas then you look like Jasmine of Aladdin.”
These ladies prove that Disney magic can happen in real life.
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