For years, we’ve found ourselves wondering which Olsen sister we’re most like. Considering that they were two of the most prominent girls Hollywood (as well as our copies of J-14), it was just something we had to know.
Now that Elizabeth Olsen has come out of left field, really making a name for herself, and the Olsen twins are in the news recently for not signing on to do Fuller House (which we can’t really fault them for), we thought that now would be a great time to help all of you (as well as ourselves) finally sort out your Olsen identity crisis.
Because your Olsen sister identity crisis probably began sometime during the 1990s or 2000s, we really tried to gear our quiz toward those Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen personas rather than their more fashion-forward, enigmatic personas that they have now.
As for Elizabeth, since we haven’t gotten to know her as well as we got to “know” the Olsen twins back in the day, our quiz is geared toward the Elizabeth Olsen from the last few years. The combination of the old school Olsen twins and “new school” Elizabeth Olsen should make for some pretty interesting results!
Are you up to sorting out a few more of your identity crises? Check some of our other personality quizzes!
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- Which Mad Max vehicle should you drive?
So, which Olsen sister are you? Do you agree with your results?
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