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This TikTok girl is going viral for looking like Scarlett Johansson ‘with flavor’

‘Scarjo finally reached her goal and became a woc.’

 

Esther Bell

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A young woman on TikTok is going viral for looking extremely similar to Scarlett Johansson.

TikTok user @k.leefox posted a video as a response to people always telling her she looks like Johansson, and people online seem to agree.

In the TikTok, k.leefox showed multiple photos of herself and stills of Johansson in various movies.

Johansson has a controversial history of initially taking on roles critics say she shouldn’t be taking on–like a trans person or a woman of color. She fueled the controversy in 2019 by saying that she should be allowed to play “any person, or any tree, or any animal,” leading many to have a field day with the fact a woman of color looked so much like Johansson.

K.leefox’s TikTok was later reposted to Twitter, where it went super viral.

“Scarjo finally reached her goal and became a woc,” one Twitter user commented.

Another said that k.leefox was basically Johansson–but “with flavor” (and “spice,” as another user added).

“She’s who Scarlet Johansson thinks she is…iykyk,” Twitter user @xheirjordanx wrote.

https://twitter.com/ryansgosling/status/1235912948280750080
https://twitter.com/xheirjordanx/status/1236010230623932420
https://twitter.com/outrofenty/status/1236017237007319040

K.leefox has received tons of attention on social media after her TikTok went viral, and she started answering fans’ questions and comments on Twitter.

https://twitter.com/K_lee_17/status/1236104308082520064

TikTok users have been posting videos comparing themselves to the celebrities they look like, and K.leefox is not the first creator to go viral for her celebrity likeness.

In one recent TikTok, k.leefox said fans told her she also looks like actresses Stephanie Beatriz and Zita Hanrot, so the platform might be getting another lookalike video from k.leefox soon.

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