10+ Celebrities Who Lied To Our Faces And We Had No Idea

Actors are duplicitous by nature. They have to be in order to make us truly believe that they are the characters they portray themselves to be on film.

But every once in a while, Hollywood manages to pull the wool over our eyes without us even noticing. See what I mean and check out these 10+ celebrities who lied to our faces and we had no idea.

Jennifer Lopez was lip-syncing in *Selena*.

Before her breakthrough performance in Selena, J-Lo wasn't a singer — she was a dancer.

The film was pivotal as far as launching her own singing career, but ironically they opted not to use J-Lo's real voice.

Guy Fieri's real name is Guy Ferry.

His given name is Guy Ramsey Ferry. When Guy's grandfather first came to America, immigration officers changed his last name from Fieri to Ferry.

When the time came for Guy to get married, he changed the spelling of his name back to the original Italian in honor of his grandfather.

That's not Rachel McAdams' hair in *Mean Girls*.

One thing you can say about Rachel McAdams is that she is incredibly versatile when it comes to her hairdo in movies.

The way she's able to go from being a curly-haired redhead to a poker-straight blonde so seamlessly is that Rachel is wearing a wig.

Bart Simpson is actually a girl.

I kid you not, America's favorite 10-year-old hellraiser is actually voiced by a woman named Nancy Cartwright in real life.

Nancy's autobiography is even titled "My Life as a 10-year-old Boy." It's well worth the read in case you were wondering.

All of the babies from *Rugrats* are voiced by women.

Not just Anjelica and Lil, but Chuckie, Tommy, and Phil as well!

While we're on the subject of Rugrats, who's excited for the upcoming rebooted series on Paramount +? I've been waiting years for this.

Shirley Henderson was 35-years-old when she started playing Moaning Myrtle in *Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets*.

In case you needed a reminder, Moaning Myrtle is supposed to be 14-years-old in the movie.

How flattering must it be at 35 to be told that you could pass for someone more than half your age? I know I'd take the compliment.

Hilary Duff wasn't actually singing in *The Lizzie Mcguire Movie*.

The voice of Lizzie McGuire was actually being sung by Hilary's sister, Haylie.

Does anyone else remember their cover of "Our Lips Are Sealed" by The Go-Gos? Is it bad that I prefer Hilary and Haylie's version?

That's not actually Michael Jackson singing on *The Simpsons*.


When the character Michael Jackson is speaking, it's really the Prince of Pop. But whenever Michael starts to sing, it's a voice actor.

Supposedly, The Simpsons didn't pay enough to have Michael sing; a fact that was unbeknownst to them until MJ arrived at the studio.

Brandon Lee died in a tragic accident while filming *The Crow* and a body double was used to film the final scenes.

While filming a pivotal gun-fight scene, a live round found its way into the chamber of one of the weapons. Brandon was shot and pronounced dead shortly thereafter.

The final fifteen minutes of the film are shot by a body double of Brandon's.

Two actors play Jack Skellington in *A Nightmare Before Christmas*.

Whenever you hear Jack speaking, that's the voice of Chris Sarandon. But whenever Jack breaks out into song, we're hearing the voice of Danny Elfman.

Danny also happens to be the renowned composer responsible for the music in the film.

Dr. Phil isn't a doctor at all.

Let's get one thing straight: Dr. Phil is not now, nor has he ever been a licensed physician. He's a TV personality, nothing more.

Phil does technically have a Doctorate in Philosophy, but by no means does that qualify him to prognosticate upon anyone — especially when it comes to matters of mental health.

Lucy Camden is actually older than Mary Camden from *7th Heaven* in real life.


Can you believe it? I was absolutely shocked. You can understand why they cast Jessica Biel as the older sister.

At the time, she was a good head taller than her TV sister Beverley Mitchell.

Saoirse Ronan is actually American; not Irish.

Saorise's parents are most certainly Irish-born but she herself was born in the U.S. in the Bronx.

When she was 3-years-old, her parents decided to relocate back to Ireland and Saoirse grew up in Dublin.

Christian Bale isn't actually American.

He's just gotten so good at perfecting an American accent that he's made everyone believe otherwise.

During the press tour for Batman Begins, Christian kept his American accent going the entire time — even when he was giving interviews.

Gal Gadot was 5 months pregnant while filming *Wonder Woman*.

I don't know how that's even possible considering the incredible shape that Gal was in, but she was indeed 5 months pregnant.

Supposedly, Gal had a little help from the CGI green machine when it came to concealing her bump.