1. Sir Ian McKellen was once mistaken for a tramp.
2. NC governor parody Twitter account was mistakenly featured on MSNBC.
MSNBC accidentally featured the infamous parody account of former North Carolina Governor Bev Perdue in its ticker last year, much to the delight of the prankster behind @GovBevPerdue.
3. People mistakenly started buying shares of Tweeter when Twitter announced that they were going public.
4. A Chinese zoo tried to pass off this Tibetan mastiff as an "African lion."
5. Joshua Bell, a world-famous violinist, set up in the DC Metro to see if anyone would notice.
6. Michael Cera is fed up with being mistaken for Jesse Eisenberg.
I mean, they do look pretty similar, but come on people. "I was in a convenience store one time buying something, and the guy just ahead of me was paying for something and he looked at me and he goes, ‘Jesse Eisenberg?’ I went, ‘No.’ Then he goes, ‘Michael Cera?’ I was pretty impressed he got it on the second try.” Read more on Michael Cera's frustration here.
7. The kid on Drake's latest album cover is being confused for Blue Ivy Carter.
On Drake's latest album Nothing Was the Same, there is an image of a child whom Drake claims is a younger version of himself. However, Twitter has concluded that it's actually a depiction of Blue Ivy Carter, the recently born child of Jay-Z and Beyoncé.