This Instagram Account Proves That Even Google Gets It Wrong (Sometimes)

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Guys, this app is DEAD ON.

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When funny girl Kristen Bell used sarcasm to caption her mustached fine-art doppelgängeras identified by the Google ‘Arts and Culture’ app, her over five million followers were in stitches – and scrambling to do the same. We’ve since seen the likes of Zach Braff and Sarah Silverman post their more highbrow lookalikes on their Instagram accounts, with results that have to be seen to be believed (yes, Kate Hudson was matched with 18th century painting Portrait of a Boy by Pierpont Limner).

The face-matching tool is currently only available in the US, so it’ll be a while until we can use our selfies to discover which museum is hosting a famous artwork that looks uncannily like us. In the meantime, one Instagram account by the name of @GoogleArtsCelebs is keeping us satiated by matching the faces of celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Donald Trump, who’ve been too busy taking lewd selfies and making racist comments, respectively, to try the app. Keep scrolling to see just how accurate – or downright absurd – the hilarious results are.

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