Artist Danny Evans wanted to give some of the world's most famous celebrities a "make-under" — altering their appearance to match photos of real people in every day settings.
Here's Mrs. Chris Martin, looking quite lovely.
She may not have the Hollywood body we're accustomed to, but Knightley still has those beautiful eyes (brought out by that hideous shirt).
Nurse Hilton looks quite content with her new career.
Madonna and Lourdes
Who's that girl? It's pretty clear.
Looks like we caught J-Lo in the middle of some important paperwork.
Zooey's still cute, but not quite as quirky.
Even looking like this, Tim Burton would probably still put Johnny in every film he directs.
Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie
Hollywood's most attractive couple still don't look half bad here.
This photo begs the question: Would she have as many friends?
Starring in "Mission Impossible 5: Getting A Girlfriend."
Kanye West & Kim Kardashian
The alternate-universe version of the couple may not be as wealthy, but they're clearly in love.
We wouldn't be smiling either.
Could the Kardashians star in a reality show even more obnoxious than the real one? (Rhetorical question.)
Prince William & Kate
Sadly, this couple is unable to have children.
She's still got it.
The antidotes to stress are all around you, and they range from pets to pumpkin seeds
They're fat! They're plain! They have bad hair!
These dating tips from the 1930s are part infuriating, part hilarious and completely sexist
Beauty procedures from the '20s, '30s and '40s look a lot more like a torture chamber than a salon
Norma Desmond, Blanche DuBois and Mrs. Robinson were actually a lot younger than they seemed back in the day
Six decades of dieting proves that losing weight the old-fashioned way didn't work either