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Amanda Seyfried looks very different in childhood close-up you need to see

Amanda Seyfried was a regular kid just like anyone else - and it turns out she could pull some pretty epic faces.  The star left her social media followers in disbelief with a snapshot from her childhood and we didn't recognize her. MORE: Amanda Seyfried dazzles in stunning poolside photoIn the throwback image, Amanda was attempting an almost-toothless grin and the camera captured the moment perfectly. WATCH: Amanda Seyfried stars in mini-series The Dropout The mom-of-two captioned the post: "Happy fbf," and her picture was met with glee. "Hahahaha," wrote many while others posted crying with laughter emojis and plenty of her fans called her "too cute".
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