People Astonished By Mum And Daughter TikTok Stars Who Look Like Twins
TikTok users have been left baffled after watching one of Stacie Smith's videos of her and her daughter - with many people mistaking them for twins.
Stacie, 41, and her 16-year-old daughter Madison post videos where they're dancing along to viral songs with mirrored moves and identical outfits.
In one of the clips, nursery teacher Stacie and her teenage daughter wear matching multicoloured jumpers with the caption: 'Aren't you that mother/daughter duo that people think are twins?'
Recently, the pair from Georgia, US, appeared on This Morning to speak to Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford where they admitted that they don't see the likeness themselves.
Must be no mirrors in their gaff.
When Madison was asked by Ruth why she teamed up with her mum, the teen replied: "She is funny and she can dance really good too. And it's fun to have someone to do it with all the time."
Meanwhile, Stacie was asked by Eamonn whether there was a 'surgical' reason for her youthful looks, to which the mother said: "It's called the lighting - it tricks you. That's what it is."
Very modest indeed.
Talking about their dance routines, Stacie said: "Usually I just try to do something that's trending, one of the songs that's trending on there or something that I think is fun and she [Madison] has to help me with the moves. I'm pretty clueless with the moves."
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Touching on her friends' reactions, Madison added: "They think it's hilarious, they love it."
Stacie often challenges her 20,000 followers to tell her and her daughter apart, with many being left stumped.
In the video where they're wearing matching striped jumpers, Stacie wrote: "Since it's said so often, we went there. Still don't see it!"
One follower replied: "God literally said 'copy and paste'," while another added: "I thought the first one was the daughter until the second came out! Wow. Twins!"
Another person commented: "I've watched this 10 times trying to figure out which one was the mom. Had to come to the comments to find out."
A fourth baffled TikToker wrote: "To say that I was shocked in the resemblance is an understatement aha! Twins!"
And then there was this wry comment: "3D printers have come a long way..."
Well, fair play to them, that's all I can say.
Featured Image Credit: TikTok/stacie_smith03
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