An Australian teen looks so much like pop star Taylor Swift, she is constantly mistaken for her - even by the paparazzi - and even makes money off the likeness.
18-year-old Teegan Jarratt told the Courier Mail that during Taylor Swift's last visit to Australia, she "couldn't walk around at all" because of all the attention she would get.
Speaking to the Courier Mail, the teen said she didn't quite make the connection until she went to the Gold Coast last year to try and meet Swift.
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"I had the paparazzi all following me on the beach thinking I was her," she said. "Everyone was pulling over on the side of the road holding up traffic trying to see me."
"The first time it happened I was a bit shocked because even though a lot of people have told me I look like her, I personally don't see it."
But that didn't stop her making the most of the situation.
Jarrett's Instagram account is steadily gaining followers and features side-by-side comparisons of herself and Swift and she's now launched a company which charges at least $100 per hour to have her appear at parties.
The company is called Tay Tay Parties on Facebook and advertises photo shoots, VIP parties and Meet and Greet packages.
A professional photo shoot will set people back $100 per hour, while a VIP package costs $175 - that buys two and a half hours with the lookalike, who will run karaoke and party games.