The star has secretly been channeling every character from the film.

By Samantha Sutton
Updated: May 24, 2019 @ 4:16 pm
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While it's one thing to have a Disney-princess-like moment on the red carpet, it’s another to play such an iconic character on screen. But somehow, Aladdin’s Naomi Scott has managed to pull off both, not only starring as Jasmine in the live-action version of the film, but also channeling her alter ego at premieres and events.

Yet while Scott’s brightly colored suits, billowing gowns, and especially her purple Nanushka set (above) seem to say “Jasmine,” the comparisons don’t just stop there. An Instagram post by the star's stylist, Zadrian Smith, reveals that even more of the movie’s characters inspired these looks, and once you see the side-by-side photos, you’ll find the resemblance is uncanny.

Ahead, we’re comparing Scott's red-carpet ensembles to those seen in the Aladdin cartoon. We're also including her breathtaking pink premiere gown, which, according to Smith's Instagram story, was actually inspired by Grace Kelly.

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Obviously a few of Scott's dresses were a nod to Jasmine, such as this Burberry option, which had a sweetheart neckline and draped-waist detail that reminded us of the character's iconic blue outfit.

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Looking at her Paul & Joe, genie-inspired suit, we only have one wish: that it would miraculously end up in our closet.

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Scott's powerful, red, tiered Armani Prive dress was super similar to what Jafar wore in the movie. All she needs is a snake staff!

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Sure, it's not feathers, but this Maison Valentino gown reminds us of a red bird, which of course would be Iago.

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The Sultan's cream-colored set was already pretty chic, but just imagine if he, too, wore Off-White.

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Scott got a little wild when she wore an orange and black combo at Nickelodeon's 2019 Kids' Choice Awards, channeling Jasmine's tiger, Rajah.

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On Instagram Stories, Zadrian Smith revealed this pink Brandon Maxwell dress wasn't inspired by an Aladdin character. Rather, when picking the look, he thought of Grace Kelly's Academy Awards gown.

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