TikTok star Jazymn Forrest goes viral for looking like both Tana Mongeau and Trisha Paytas

A TikToker is going viral for her uncanny resemblance to two mega influencers

Jazmyn Forrest is known for looking like a mashup of Tana Mongeau and Trisha Paytas. In fact, Forrest’s handle is even @tanamongeau2. The three people share similar features like long blond hair, full lips along with a glitzy and glamorous style. People can’t seem to get over how much they all look alike. Here’s how Forrest has handled the comparisons. 

Fans Jazmyn Forrest to Tana Mongeau and Trisha Paytas

Mongeau and Paytas are known for their polarizing online personas. Paytas has had a long problematic past of trolling for views and making offensive comments. Meanwhile, Mongeau has had to apologize for “racist actions” and attending huge parties in the midst of the lockdown. Nevertheless, Mongeau and Paytas have maintained fairly massive followings on social media.  

Forrest currently has 90,000 TikTok followers and mostly shares lifestyle vlogs and funny commentary.  


Reply to @imsohotfunnyandawesome @tanamongeaulol when can we do a twin photo shoot? #tanamongeau #tanamongeaulol #ottd

♬ original sound – Tana Mongeau

“You look exactly like @tanamongeau lol,” a user told Forrest. 

In response, Forrest lip-synced the audio from one of Mongeau’s videos to show off their similarities. 

Another fan told her, “You remind me more of Trisha Paytas than Tana.”

Forrest said she thinks both Mongeau and Paytas are pretty but had been watching Paytas for a decade. 

“I’ve watched Trisha for longer, like ten years or something, like since [they were] addicted to fake tan. And hopefully, me and [them] can collab,” Forrest said

Neither Paytas or Mongeau have commented on the comparisons to Forrest but the internet is waiting patiently. 

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