Ugins

ug-ins [ugg-inz]
-noun
1. ugly twins
2. either of two persons or things closely resembling each other in a manner that is very unattractive, unpleasant to look at, or displeasing in appearance.
See also: uglets

Ali Lohan and Preying Mantisses (Preying Manti?)

Ali Lohan Preying Mantis

Lana Del Rey and Pufferfish(es) Everywhere

Lana Del Rey Fish Lips

Lindsay Lohan and Dina Lohan

Lindsay Lohan and Dina Lohan Twins

Natasha Bedingfield and a Dying Horse

Natasha Bedingfield Horse Face

Katy Perry and King Candy

Katy Perry King Candy

Lady GaGa and Eric Idle

(as Sir Robin the Not-Quite-So-Brave-As-Sir-Lancelot, in Monty Python and the Holy Grail)
Lady GaGa Knight

Snooki and Elvira

Snooki Elvira

Lady Gaga and Batman

Lady Gaga Batman

Christina Aguilera and Hamburglar

Christina Aguilera Hamburglar

Sarah Jessica Parker and Little Red Riding Hood

Sarah Jessica Parker Little Red Riding Hood

LeAnn Rimes and The Grinch Who Stole Christmas

LeAnn Rimes Grinch

The Hilton Sisters and The Wizard of Oz

Paris Hilton Robot

Lady Gaga and Bamm-Bamm Rubble

Lady Gaga Bamm Bamm Rubble

Scott Disick and Rob Kardashian

Scott Disick Rob Kardashian

Christina Aguilera and the Wicked Witch of the West

Christina Aguilera Witch

Serena Williams and Troy Polamalu, of the Pittsburgh Steelers

Serena Williams Troy Polamalu

Scary Clown and Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga Clown

Princess Leia and Lily Allen

Lily Allen Princess Leia

Big Bird and Naomi Campbell

Naomi Campbell Big Bird

Where’s Waldo? and Mischa Barton

Mischa Barton Wheres Waldo

The Coneheads and Christina Ricci

Christina Ricci Conehead

Amy Winehouse and Lady Gaga

Amy Winehouse Lady Gaga

Taylor Momsen and Chewbacca

Taylor Momsen Chewbacca

Fergie and Kirstie Alley

Fergie Kirstie Alley

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