A zombie army of Kris Allen look-a-likes prepares to strike | Rock Candy

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

A zombie army of Kris Allen look-a-likes prepares to strike

Posted By on Wed, Jul 22, 2009 at 4:54 PM

"Wait, this isn't the evil Kris Allen stalker look-a-like section?"

Kris Allen's official website is not terrible. There's a nice round-up of only-in-print articles, some streaming audio, an embed of Kris' Twitter feed and lots of pictures. Quite a bit of interactive fan stuff, too, including several categories that seem like harmless fun in the abstract, but in practice come off more like hilariously creepy. Like photos of fans with Kris Allen. Or better yet, a gallery filled with people who think they look like Kris Allen, including victor3320 above and jonathan here. Yikes.

The art gallery is worth a look-see, too.

UPDATE: Links corrected. Stupid Movable Type.

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