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A match made in television heaven! For years, people have been saying that "Bachelor in Paradise" star Jared Haibon bares a striking resemblance to "That '70s Show" alum Ashton Kutcher. After much talk surrounding the subject, the pair finally met at a charity event over the weekend.
The event, organized by Ellen and Clayton Kershaw, is known as the Ping Pong 4 Purpose and it benefits children in need across the United States, Africa, and the Dominican Republic. The charity event is in its sixth year and has helped raise millions of dollars for at-risk youth.
With so many positive vibes going around, it seemed like the perfect place for the two handsome television stars to unite. They were each joined by their significant others, Haibon's fiancee, Ashley Iaconetti, and Kutcher's wife, Mila Kunis. A photo posted to Instagram shows the foursome smiling at Dodger's Stadium.
The joke surrounding the two's uncanny resemblance actually dates back to 2015, when Kutcher shared a side-by-side photo of himself posing next to a screen grab of Haibon's face to Twitter. He captioned the photo, "I'm trying to figure out why Mila is making me take this picture. @ashleyiaco who are you? And who is this guy?"
At the time, Haibon and Iaconetti were appearing on the second season of the hit "Bachelor in Paradise" show. Iaconetti seemed to concur with Kunis' opinion, tweeting in response, "I agree actually."
And so, a "Bachelor" love affair was born, with Kutcher admitting in 2017 that the reality show was one of his guilty pleasures. During an appearance on "Good Morning America", the "Jobs" actor disclosed that "Monday nights for us are white wine, vodka tonic, and turn on "The Bachelor" or "Bachelorette."
Ashton and Kunis even took it a step further, appearing on 13th season of the "The Bachelorette" when Rachel Lindsay was looking for love. The couple gave Lindsay some advice on who she should give the final rose to. After much deliberation, Lindsay chose Bryan Abasolo, and, a year later, the pair are still together.
Now that Kutcher has met his "Bachelor" twin, he has even more ties to the reality television franchise. Since Haibon and Iaconetti are now engaged, maybe there will be a surprise appearance by Kutcher at their long-awaited wedding. It would be a fitting conclusion to the doppleganger saga that began nearly three years ago with that infamous tweet.