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Gal Gadot impressed by Paolo Ballesteros’ Wonder Woman transformation

/ 05:37 PM June 15, 2017

Paolo Ballesteros’ Wonder Woman makeup transformation clinched the attention of none other than Wonder Woman herself, Gal Gadot.

Last May 26, the “Eat Bulaga” host placed his superb artistic talent to a test as he copied the Israeli actress’ look as the fearless Amazonian superheroine. Equipped with a tiara and wrist cuffs, Ballesteros, dubbed by fans as the “King of Makeup Transformations,” blew netizens’ minds with his wonderful antic.

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In her Twitter and Facebook pages on Wednesday, Gadot shared Ballesteros’ transformation video, captioning it with, “Wow! This is incredible, Paolo Ballesteros! Bravo!”

On Twitter, Ballesteros replied with “wow,” coupled with joyful emojis.

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This was Ballesteros’ second try at mimicking Gadot’s face. During last year’s mania stemming from the film “Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice,” he copied Gadot minus the battle armor.

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“Wonder Woman,” now a certified box-office victory, screened in the Philippines starting last June 1. The Patty Jenkins-directed movie also stars Chris Pine, Connie Nielsen and Robin Wright, among others.  Gianna Francesca Catolico /ra

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