They share dark hair and delicate features.
And Zooey Deschanel makes the most of that resemblance as she morphs into Katy Perry in the new music video for Not The End Of The World.
The 36-year-old Teenage Dreams songstress sent social media into meltdown as she unveiled the new music clip – even though she only briefly appears in it.
The premise of the music video is that a group of blue aliens have decided to save Katy before the world implodes.
However, the characters may have got their wires crossed as they accidentally beamed up Katy’s doppelganger – Zooey Deschanel.
In the meantime, Katy was unaware of the mishap and cheerfully pushed her baby daughter Daisy Dove along in pram during her brief appearance.
As Zooey came to terms with being beamed up from her planet, she then agreed to secretly pretend to be Katy – but only if a group of aliens could help her save Earth.
As Katy’s empowering words play in the background, the clip went on to offer an interesting take on how the world can be saved.
In the music video, Zoeey was able to save the world from destruction by turning off the Earth’s internet.
The words: “Earth is saved” quickly beam across the screen amid the celebrations of the aliens.
Keeping up her end of the deal, Zooey then pretends to be Katy while performing for the excited aliens in costume.
Katy and Zooey’s fans have flocked to share their approval of the new music video.
One fan wrote: “omg zooey i mean katy u look so good here bestie.”
“Ok @katyperry thanks for the best video of 2020, i love so much the video of Not the end of the world,” wrote another.
The tune Not the End of the World is taken from Katy’s latest album Smile that was released in August.
It features some potent lyrics that resonate with this year, such as: ‘Don’t lose hope/ It’s no funeral we’re attending/ Actually, just the beginning.’
Katy’s sixth studio album was actually released just one day after the pop star welcomed her first child with Orlando Bloom.
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