Have you ever stared into your television screen between the hours of 7am and 11am and seen double?
Ever nearly choked on your scrambled eggs and coffee as you wondered aloud whether your long-lost twin just might be a TODAY anchor?
Ever debated whether or not to run straight to Studio 1A in New York City in your pajamas, birth certificate in hand, ready to embrace your definitely-maybe new relative?
If you've done one, two, or all three of these things, then this is your chance to let us know.
Because TODAY's going to a few lucky people face to face with their TODAY doppelgangers soon, and one of those lucky people could be you.
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Learn more about the Twin Strangers movement here, and use the form below to submit your own photo. Someone from the TODAY team will be in touch if we're shocked by your likeness to an anchor, and you might even appear on television.
We hope you'll be seeing double (in person) very soon.
Join The Twin Strangers ChallengePlay Video
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