Does this man's self-belief know no limits? Ordinary Boys frontman and Chantelle divorcee Preston has stepped out in what appears to be a gentleman's bathing suit from the late 1800s. Alas, on this picture we can't see how far the costume extends, but I'm assuming it's a full 'one piece' with skin-tight legs.
The Sun carries the 'news' today that Fearne Cotton and Holly Willoughby are great mates and are hanging out together. But my problem is this: which is which?!! It's not just me, is it? Do they really all look the same, or am I just a bit autistic? Help me out here. I need to know if I should be getting professional treatment, or at least have a reason to ask for extra time in exams and that.
Presumably it's not like with babies, and all kids who are in their mid-teens actually don't in fact look basically the same, but going on the below evidence..? Ellen Page from Juno (and Hard Candy) and George Sampson, winner of Britain's Got Talent. Separated at birth?
I know it's unexpected, but I need you to go with me on this one. And you have to understand that, quite specifically, it's not Renee Zellweger he looks like, it's ONLY her as Miss Potter. And not just in some pictures of Miss Potter on the internet... IN ALL OF THEM. Go ahead and see for yourself.
Ah, Grace Dent, we meet again. When Susan Sontag died, Camille Paglia said something like "I've been chasing that bitch for ages". One wonders whether Sontag ever realised. And it's much the same with myself and Ms Dent. Although as the official Big Brother blogger she's probably sitting in a diamond castle, typing on a solid gold laptop with fingers made of caviar, I have two great advantages over her. The first is that she doesn't know I'm her nemesis (element of surprise) - the second is, SHIT LOOKALIKES! Bring. It. On.
I can't be the first to have noted that the Big Brother's Big Mouth presenter bears a striking resemblance to Mia Farrow in certain outfits, but I bet I'm the first to emphasise the mother-of-satan aspect with such pressing, needless, cruelty. Enjoy.
OK, it's not a particularly topical reference, I accept, unless you consider this to be an oblique reference to the forthcoming Dark Knight movie, which presumably you don't. Because of course the embarrassingly bad Batman & Robin film was - in all but name - from a different franchise altogether. But we were talking about Big Brother. It's something about the brow and general head shape that makes me file these two together in my mental face recognition catalogue. Hey Darnell? Stay cool!
Now before you kick off, fans of new housemate Stuart (if you exist), I want to point out that - as fawns go - Mr Tumnus is kind of a cute one. In fact I don't think James McAvoy has ever looked better. So it's a flattering comparison, when you look at it like that, isn't it?
I don't know if it's the costume, the glasses, the expression or all of the above, but I think this one's begging for an in-depth investigation by The Company. They're both heroes in my eyes, of course, but who's the funniest? Hiro's a time travelling nerd, Kat says 'hiRARious' in a funny way. It's a close-run thing.
You know the scene I'm talking about, surely? I guess Dennis is going for a kind of Marlene Dietrich thing, but all I can think of is Phoebe saying "Your eyebrows look weird" to Joey, after Chandler plucks them for him on Friends. Alas I don't have time to give you the back story to that, but needless to say it's very funny.
There's always been something a bit futuristic about the furnishings in the Big Bro house, but sometimes the references are hard to spot. Now I see it, and I hope you'll agree - where else have we seen that red plush regency bedroom? Of course! In the space-brain of Dr Dave Bowman, star of druggy 1968 sci-fi masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey. I know you're thinking about going away and reading something else now. I'm sorry, Dave, I cannot allow you to do that...
I believe it was Nancy Banks Smith in the Guardian who pointed out this likeness, and there's definitely something there, isn't there? Does that make Sir Alan the genie? Or Jafar? Poor Sara got the boot on yesterday's show, so would probably err on the side of Jafar. Well, hang in there, kid, one day your prince will come.