Viral: Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach look-alike

2015 Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach look-alike is currently circulating online as the photo seems to be as stunning as the reigning Miss Universe which could have been mistaken to be Quuen P’s sister or twin.

Allegedly, at firts glance the Pia Wurtzbach look-alike could be mistaken as Queen P herself.

Pia Wurtzbach look-alike
(c)glennkrish Instagram
Pia Wurtzbach look-alike
(c)glennkrish Instagram

Although she is not related to the 27-year old beauty queen, it so happens that her older sister is the crowned 2016 Mutya ng Pilipinas Asia-Pacific and Far Eastern University (FEU) sportscaster, Ganiel Krishnan.

The Pia Wurtzbach look-alike is a a model and student at the University of Santo Tomas (UST ), a half-Filipina model named  Glenn Krishnan.

Here’s how some Twitter users reacted to the resemblance of Krishnan to Wurtzbach:

“Nafeature si glenn sa isang article coz pia wurtzbach look alike; it says she’s a royalty in the making omgggg,” @jnktrnrby wrote on Twitter.


“Triplets ata sina Pia Wurtzbach, Bela Padilla saka Glenn Krishnan,” @MarkCabigao tweeted.

Krishnan is half-Filipina with a Filipino mother and an Indian-Singaporean dad. With her looks as beautiful as the reigning Miss Universe, she could be following her sister’s footsteps in beauty pageants.

Reported further that in some of Krishnan’s Instagram posts, other comments say that she also looks like Kendall Jenner from “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” (KUWTK). Either way, both women are gorgeous. Of course,  Glenn is equally beautiful as well, whether or not she looks like Pia or Kendall.

Queen P on the other hand has yet to comment about other people’s opinion that Krishnan looks like her as she is still out and about in New York where she is currently based as part of her Miss Universe tenure. Pia also celebrated Thanksgiving Day 2016 in the city where she helped the non-profit organization, God’s Love We Deliver, prepare meals for their clients. The organization cooks and home-delivers nutritious, individually tailored meals to people in the city living with severe illness.

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