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    Paolo Ballesteros, a TV host and makeup transformations master from the Philippines, recently earned himself some love from Gal Gadot herself after doing an impressive Wonder Woman-inspired look.

    The male Filipino actor, who has gone viral multiple times for his incredible makeup transformations, originally posted a minute-long clip on May 27 featuring him transforming into the Amazonian princess.

    When the video found its way to Gadot, she showed her appreciation by sharing the video with a sweet caption:

    “Wow! This is incredible @pochoy29! Bravo #WonderWoman,” Gadot wrote in her tweet.

    Elated by the Wonder Woman actress’ response, Ballesteros replied:

    Ballesteros had earlier posted the final result of the Wonder Woman transformation on his Instagram page, which has earned thousands of likes and hundreds of comments.

    WONDER WOMAN makeup transformation woooh! #zenfonelive #liveStreamBeautifully #letsGoLive #GalGadot

    A post shared by Paolo Ballesteros (@pochoy_29) on

    The iconic superheroine, played by the gorgeous Israeli actress, recently made waves in the cinemas earning both box office and critical success. Gadot is set to reprise her role in November for DCEU’s “Justice League”.

    The Filipino celebrity has earned international attention in recent years for his numerous make-up transformation images depicting various local and international celebrities. In October last year, he turned heads at the 29th Tokyo International Film Festival when he showed up at the red carpet looking exactly like Hollywood superstar Angelina Jolie.

    Check out his other awesome works here.

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