This Target Cashier Who Looks IDENTICAL To Taylor Swift Gets Stopped Daily For Pics And Autographs

You ever wonder what it’s like to be a celebrity but then remember you are void of any discernible talents or a rich dad who got OJ off for murder? What if I told you you could be a mega star who works as a cashier at Target? Anything is possible, bros–just ask Olivia Sturgess.

According to Uproxx, the Aussie first noticed her own resemblance to Swift when she was stopped and asked for a picture and autograph by a flustered fan. Sturgess, flattered by the comparison, started highlighting her traits to match Swift’s–altering her wardrobe, hair, makeup, and most notably going heavy on Swift’s signature red lipstick. The Target cashier gets stopped daily for pictures and autographs.

I would normally call these people begging for an autograph delusional lunatics, but after seeing these pics, I can’t fault them. Unfortunately.

That moment when you meet Taylor Swift 😜😊🎉 #NoItsLiv#taylorswift#1989worldtour

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Definately my fave picture of @_kristy_lee_ and I to date! #youremybestfriend #insane #1989toursydney

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Me in my natural habitat @taylorswift #1989touraustralia #tarjay #santa #taylurking #livlurking

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Is it a bird? Is it a cat-lover? #noitsliv #catmosphere #sydney #cats

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Filming Blank Blood! #blankblood #filming #taylorswift #shockface #blankspace #badblood #1989toursydney

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Sturgess recently received backstage passes to see her doppleganger in concert. She got the opportunity to meet her idol who was already aware of Sturgess’ Instagram reputation.

If I were Sturgess, I would blackmail Swift by vowing to be a complete dick to everyone she met if she didn’t cough up some dough. This is a dog eat dog world baby. Plus, Taylor would eventually shake it off.

[h/t Uproxx]

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