Well, not really. He's always had a twin brother.
But when Chad Womack visits the women of The Bachelor tonight, there's no telling what kind of drama is gonna go down.
Until tonight, none of the women on the series knew that Brad Womack has an identical twin brother.
They also have no idea that Andy Baldwin has an estranged, gay twin named Randy Baldwin with whom he no longer speaks. Just kidding. That's not true at all. Well, at least we don't think it is. It's highly unlikely.
Brad Womack calls on Chad Womack to test the 12 remaining women.
So, Chad poses as Brad - asking the ladies lots of questions to help his bro decide who is serious and, of course, deserves a rose to continue on the show.
"Brad actually brought it up to see ... if I could meet some of the girls and form my own opinion," says Chad, who, unlike single Brad, is married.
"He wanted to see if I could help him out and have some fun."
"I wanted to know who wasn't only there to win, but who was there to really get to know me," says Brad Womack, a 34-year-old entrepreneur who runs a chain of bars with Chad and another brother, Wesley.
"And who better than my twin brother? I was hoping he could tell [which girls were serious] right away, and I think the episode is very telling.
"Chad knew right off the bat which girls were into me, and which girls I already had doubts about. It helped seal the deal."
The brothers said only a few of the women caught on to the ruse.
"Every single one of them doubled over in laughter [after they were told]," says Brad. "Not a single one of them was offended ... although a couple of the ladies looked like a deer in the headlights."
And how did Chad's wife react to her hubby flirting with other women?
"She said, 'Go for it,'" says Chad. "Have fun ... but come back in one piece."
Tune into The Bachelor tonight on ABC and watch the drama unfold with Brad, Chad and the slew of gold-digging wannabe trophy wives. Or TiVo it if you'd rather watch The Hills. Heroes is at 9, fortunately - no conflicts there!