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Yoruba Girl, Olayinka Mia Breaks Internet For Her Uncanny Resemblance To Disney’s Aladdin Character, ‘Princess Jasmine

disney-jasmine-lookalike-2A model and singer who dressed up as Princess Jasmine for Halloween has amazed admirers with her physical similarity to the Aladdin character.

Olayinka Mia Noel, 23, wore a blue and gold two-piece to imitate the Disney figure and even recreated her hairstyle.

The social media star, who is Guyanese (and of Yoruba descent I think) lives in New York. She even treated her fans to a rendition of A Whole New World on Instagram.Showtime: The star, who is Guyanese and lives in New York, even treated her fans to a rendition of Aladdin song A Whole New World with her boyfriend Sheldon StricklandAccompanied by her boyfriend Sheldon Strickland, who was dressed as Aladdin, she sung a small segment from the famous duet.

Sharing a picture of herself in full costume, which has been liked nearly 80,000 times, she wrote: ‘Guess who?’

After being bombarded with compliments and comments about her similarity to Jasmine, she shared a picture of herself side-by-side with the character, writing: ‘Starting to freak myself out foreal [sic].’disney-jasmine-lookalike-1Model: The social media star, pictured, is Guyanese and lives in New YorkMulti-talented: In the video, watched 174,000 times, she danced and sang with the Aladdin-costumed man, attracting compliments for her voiceAdoration: Fans were impressed with her likeness to Jasmine, sharing their compliments on Twitter, picturedUnnerving likeness: Many people said she looked 'just like' the characterFanbase: Her pictures have attracted thousands of comments on social media, pictured

Watch the video…

 

 

Source: DailyMail UK | Olayinka Mia Noel/Instagram

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