It has always been pretty amazing to me how two people that were born years apart, in different parts of the globe to different nationalities, can look so much alike.
This time I would like to point out two young ladies from different areas of the entertainment business. America Ferrera is an actress, while Jordin Sparks is a singer. I know they look like identical twins, or at least sisters, but they are actually very different. America is five years older than Jordin but Jordin is much much taller (Pretty much taller than most women actually).
America is known for playing an ugly chick who works at a fashion magazine and Jordin is known for calling 95% of the female population sluts. I know what you’re thinking… “Oh know she didn’t”… That’s right, oh yes she did. During the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards, Jordin responded to Russell Brand’s jokes about the Jonas brothers wearing purity rings, by saying the following: “I just have one thing to say about promise rings. It’s not bad to wear a promise ring, because not everybody – guy or girl – wants to be a slut”. Nice going Jordin Sparks, you’re a virgin and an idiot.
|Name||America Ferrera||Jordin Sparks|
|Date of Birth||April 18, 1984||December 22, 1989|
|Descent||Honduran||Caucasian / African-American|
|Filmography||The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (1&2), Lords of Dogtown, Tinkerbell, How To Train Your Dragon, Our Family Wedding, Mostly known for TV series Ugly Betty||Known as the winner of season 6 of American Idol|
|Previous Boy-Toys||Non that we know of||Had a brief encounter with David Archuleta|
|Current Love Interest||Has been dating producer Ryan piers Williams since 2006||Has been dating singer Steph Jones since 2008|
|Why I Love Her?||Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants||I'm actually not a fan ever since she said that anyone who doesn't wear a purity ring is a slut|
|Fun fact||Insurance company Lloyd's of London has insured America's smile for $10 million Euro||Her father is former NFL Cornerback Phillippi Sparks, who played eight seasons for the New York Giants and one season for the Dallas Cowboys before retiring in 2000|