Fans go gaga over Lady Gaga-lookalike at Tokyo Olympics taekwondo competition


Julyana Al-Sadeq (left) and Lady Gaga. Photos: Instagram/Agency

After a Shaheizy Sam doppelganger was spotted among the athletes at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, yet another celebrity lookalike was discovered.

Meet Julyana Al-Sadeq – a 26-year-old taekwondo athlete representing Jordan at the Olympics – who bears a striking resemblance to American pop singer Lady Gaga.

Al-Sadeq competed against Brazil representative in the Taekwondo Women's Welterweight event on Monday (July 26), when Lady Gaga fans noticed her resemblance to the Bad Romance singer.

Although Al-Sadeq lost in that competition, her photo at the Games went viral on social media.

A Lady Gaga fan account, @GagaDaily, tweeted: “Why is Lady Gaga at the Olympics?”

Another fan wrote: “Lady Gaga is truly the queen of versatility as she recently joined the tokyo olympics 2021."

Other reactions include: “Singer, actress, activist and now Olympian! Lady Gaga really does do it all!” and “this is Lady Gaga at the Tokyo Olympics and no one can convince me otherwise.”

Milena Titoneli Guimaraes of Brazil in action against Julyana Al-Sadeq (left) of Jordan during the Taekwondo Women's Welterweight 57-67kg at the Olympic Games. Photo: ReutersMilena Titoneli Guimaraes of Brazil in action against Julyana Al-Sadeq (left) of Jordan during the Taekwondo Women's Welterweight 57-67kg at the Olympic Games. Photo: Reuters

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