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26 Similarities between Marion Cotillard and Selena Gomez






Selena Gomez has been in the rough as they say, and Yahoo News was on a feverish fire as they announced multiple times that she had been hospitalized for illness.

Instead of a card that reads, “Get Well Soon,” I want to send something more positive for Selena; here is a list of ways that she is similar to Academy Award Winner Marion Cotillard.

1. They both act.
2. They both have faces.
3. They both sing.
4. They both have been frisked by airport security.
5. They both have earned major awards for acting.*
6. They both have eaten nuts.
7. They both have done studio recording.
8. They both have sold albums and DVDs.
9. They both have lost plasma and not the kind from stars.
10. They both have touched purple dinosaurs.**
11. They both understand the importance of depth.
12. They both understand that milk is not always white.***
13. They both have appeared on cable television.
14. They both have eaten food.
15. They both have tasted lipstick.
16. They both have been to the zoo.
17. They both know words in French.
18. They both like the color of pickles.****
19. They both have dark hair.
20. They both have seen honey for sale.
21. They both dislike the world “Jolly.”
22. They both have appeared in my dream on a Zeppelin playing Congos.
23. They both can identify Mr. Rogers.
24. They both know the reference “Have you ever seen a grown man naked?”
25. They both have the ability to knock on wood as desired.
26. They both are on some list somewhere on the internet.

*Selena Gomez has an ALMA and a Giant Surfboard!
**Marion Cotillard was in “My Sex Life….Or How I Got Into an Argument”
*** Chocolate Milk
**** Green

I love making a difference in someone’s life.

QATFYG:
How can you make a difference in the life of Selena Gomez? Would it be easier to make a difference in the life of Marion Cotillard?

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