Katherine Heigl, Sanjaya Malakar Face Off

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Wow. We're not sure what it says about Katherine Heigl that she was recently seen wearing the same outfit as American Idol hopeful Sanjaya Malakar. Probably that the kid has some bizarre taste in clothes.

Anyway, here's the evidence...

Katherine, Sanjaya

We'll give Katherine Heigl the benefit of the doubt on this one. After all, Katherine actually brings a certain measure of talent to her craft... and is a lot better looking! No offense, Sanjaya.

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LOL!! This make me laugh so hard my stomach hurts!!
Katie looks better, but Sanyaya looks so funny!
LOL!!

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Neither one of them look bad.

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Not sure. I think Sanjaya may be thinner. LOL He's a cute guy with a lot of courage, I think.

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i think katherine probably wore it to show people that sanjaya is so stupid he wears clothes meant for gorgeous skinny women like her

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LOL! i know thats what i said...they arent the same...but katherine looks better

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Katherine Heigl wears it better! (besides they're not exactly the same) (:

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Other than his shoes neither one of them look bad in the outfit.

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The set looks better on her than on him!

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John Travolta....Saturday Night Fever anyone?

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