On Friday, the Lucy in the Sky star, 38, shared her take on the now-viral meme -- which involves social media users sharing a photo collage of profile pictures they would use on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and Tinder. However, instead of using shots of herself, Portman opted to use the opportunity to give a nod to her famous look-alikes.
For her take on the meme, Portman posted a portrait of Millie Bobby Brown for what she’d use on her LinkedIn profile, a still of Giada De Laurentiis as her Facebook picture, a shot of Keira Knightley as her Instagram avatar and a bikini pic of Emily Ratajkowski as the one she’d have up on Tinder.
“This is how you do this, right? ðŸ™ƒ #dollypartonchallenge,” Portman captioned the meme on Instagram.
She also tagged Brown, De Laurentiis and Ratajkowski in the post. (Knightley does not have her own verified account.)
“#honored,” Ratajkowski responded in the comments.
This was not the first time Portman publicly acknowledged her resemblance to her fellow stars. In 2018, after portraying Brown’s beloved Strangers Things character during a sketch onÂ Saturday Night Live, the Oscar winner revealed that she had actually spoke to the young actress about their similar looks.
“I met Millie at the Golden Globes a few months ago. She came up to me and was like, ‘People keep telling me I look like the kid version of you!'” she said during an interview with MTV News. “I was so flattered because sheâ€™s absolutely adorable and so talented. Iâ€™m like, â€˜That is very nice, but I think youâ€™re your own magical person.â€™ But it was fun to give a nod to that on SNL.”
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Portman added, “I see that thereâ€™s something there, but I also find her much more magical than I see myself.”
â€œIâ€™ve been chased through an airport asÂ Natalie Portman. Natalie Portman a lot,” she said, noting that they both appeared in Star Wars. “I’ve had had many pictures as Natalie Portman.”