Celebrities twinning at the Critics' Choice Awards

Sarah Carty

Celebrities may have designers banging down their stylist’s doors hoping they’ll wear one of their creations on the red carpet.

But for some reason during awards season, there always seems to be stars who are dressed nearly identical.

Friday’s Critics’ Choice Awards were no different, with a range of Hollywood A-listers having some very awkward run-ins.

Big Little Lies star Reese Witherspoon and Game of Thrones actress Emilia Clarke wore the exact same print on the blue carpet. Photo: Getty Images
Heidi Klum also fell victim to twinning on the red carpet when Kaley Cuoco appeared wearing a very similar number. Photo: Getty Images
While Emma Roberts’ hair may have caused some controversy, her stunning simple, white column dress was a winner on the blue carpet. Her dress was very similar to Diane Kruger’s Vera Wang number, which featured off-the-shoulder sleeves. Photo: Getty Images
And no red carpet would be complete without a bit of flower power, which Stranger Things actress Natalia Dyer, comedian and actress Niecy Nash and Crash & Bernstein star Mckenna Grace donning floral gowns. Photo: Getty Images

Big Little Lies star Reese Witherspoon and Game of Thrones actress Emilia Clarke wore the exact same print on the blue carpet.

The only real difference between their outfits was Emilia opted for long sleeves while Reese decided to flash the flesh.

Heidi Klum also fell victim to twinning on the red carpet when Kaley Cuoco appeared wearing a very similar number.

The Project Runway host wore a vintage Georges Hobeika revealing number while Cuoco donned a shimmering pink gown.

While Emma Roberts’ hair may have caused some controversy, her stunning simple, white column dress was a winner on the blue carpet.

Her dress was very similar to Diane Kruger’s Vera Wang number, which featured off-the-shoulder sleeves.

Likewise, Abbie Cornish, Mary Steenburgen and Gal Gadotin, in Prada, all went for metallic gowns on the red carpet. Photo: Getty Images
Meanwhile, Saoirse Ronan had her own twinning moment with actress Susan Kelechi Watson, when they arrived in the exact same colour. Photo: Getty Images
Injecting a pop of colour into the night was Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Kiernan Shipka, who opted for cotton candy pastel shades. Photo: Getty Images

Meanwhile, Saoirse Ronan had her own twinning moment with actress Susan Kelechi Watson, when they arrived in the exact same colour.

Likewise, Abbie Cornish, Mary Steenburgen and Gal Gadotin, in Prada, all went for metallic gowns on the red carpet.

Injecting a pop of colour into the night was Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Kiernan Shipka, who opted for cotton candy pastel shades.

And no red carpet would be complete without a bit of flower power, which Stranger Things actress Natalia Dyer, comedian and actress Niecy Nash and Crash & Bernstein star Mckenna Grace donning floral gowns.

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