Jessica Biel And Justin Timberlake Found Their ‘Dog Doppelgängers’ As They Self-Isolate

Quarantine, it’s getting to us all. It’s been a while since we’ve been able to go out in public for things other than essential trips. I mean, how many of us are thrilled to get to go to the grocery store once a week? I personally get dressed up now just to get my groceries once a week.

Many of us are doing our best to stay occupied. Some of us have turned into Master Chef hopefuls, others have become full-on bread bakers, even still, others are trying to learn a new language or get started on all the DIY projects around the home that they’ve been meaning to do. And social media has been exploding with plenty of TikTok content.

Still, there are those who are so bored that they’re inventing their own silly games to keep entertained during quarantine – and that does not exclude celebrities. In fact, Justin Timberlake and his wife, Jessica Biel, who are both in quarantine have shown off just how they’re keeping themselves entertained.

Photo: Instagram

The celebrity couple is currently in quarantine in the mountains of Montana, along with their five-year-old son, Silas. They recently posted pictures showing off their “dog doppelgängers.”

While it’s not what you’d expect for a Saturday night, it was apparently the celebrity couple’s weekend night fun: finding their “dog doppelgängers.”

The 38-year-old Biel compared herself to an Irish Setter. The comparison can be seen since both Biel and the Irish Setter breed share the same enviable brunette locks.

Photo: Instagram

Biel posted it to social media, admitting that, “I don’t know what day it is anymore, but we just found our dog doppelgängers… and some pretty great hair inspo. Big day for us.”

Photo: Instagram

Meanwhile, the 39-year-old Timberlake was shown alongside a small picture of a Rottweiler. Possibly a good choice?

Either way, the couple definitely had fun with their silly Saturday night shenanigans, sharing them with their fans through a funny Instagram post.

I’m sure most of us can empathize with the couple, as we all probably have our own bizarre little games that help keep us sane while we isolate.

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