Ever wonder what an animated queen might look like IRL? Well, meet Anna Faith, the teen girl who is a dead ringer for Elsa from Frozen.
You know how every so often, somebody tells you that you look “exactly” like a friend of theirs or perhaps even somebody on television? For example, I had blue hair once upon a time and am very pale, so for years, I got Clementine from Eternal Sunshine. However, most of these “you look JUST like” observations are mild and often a stretch, at best. The doppleganger power of Anna, who has been making the news and powering her career lately as an Elsa lookalike. Naturally, she is doing so in the most humid–and random–state of all: Florida.
The real-life 18-year-old Queen of Arendelle is working as an Elsa impersonator–you can even hire her to show up at parties in her full costume. Oh, and did I mention that she even brings along her friend Brittany Lee who plays Anna?
Seriously, this is probably the cutest BFF activity I have ever seen two people doing, particularly in high school. (Man, when I was in high school, I’m pretty sure my best friends and I just played video games and refreshed MySpace.) Perhaps one day they will call up the Ryan Gosling lookalike and we can all see some hilarious Drive/Frozen crossover where Los Angeles is covered in ice and the only way we can be saved is by a rugged jawline and semi-New York accent.
Anyway, not satisfied with simply playing Elsa at parties, it sounds like Anna has got some big plans on the horizon for harnessing her lookalike power. Her most recent Instagram photo reads:
I know this is kinda a lot to ask, but it would mean the world to me. Can you take a photo from my page dressed as Elsa, post it and hashtag the words #AnnaAsElsa ? I’m hoping to audition as Elsa on Once Upon a Time! You can do it on Instagram and/ or twitter :) THANK YOU SO MUCH!!
So, who knows? Maybe we will soon see the age when Instagram stars can actually make the transition into being real television stars! That would actually be really cool to see her up with actresses like Jennifer Morrison–and intelligent on the part of the producers, I think, given that it would open its show up to a younger market and a built-in fan base.
Photos: Anna Faith’s Instagram