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Allison Williams' Doppelganger Causes Confusion At Cannes (PHOTOS)

When we saw photos of Allison Williams at today's "Blood Ties" premiere at Cannes, we were totally dumbfounded. Had the "Girls" star with famously shiny hair <i>really</i> twisted her locks into a tousled updo?<p>Thank goodness we did a double-take. Turns out this red carpet attendee is another Allison …

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