On twin Earths separated by scant differences in their universes' vibrational frequency, two Stargals gained their moment in the spotlight and each experienced life from her counterpart's point-of-view, in a manner of speaking. The refuge from from the Vegan System planet of Tamaran sought refuge on Earth-One after escaping the despotic aliens hordes of the Psions and the Citadel. Meeting several teenages from this human world who, like her, were bequeathed with exceptional abilities, she found a new adopted home on their planets. Changing her name from Koriand'r to Kori Anders, her main occupation was continuing her career as the crusader known as Starfire. And yet, she sought out a more glamourous life, something that accentuated her feminity, which she found as a supermodel... a life she was encouraged to pursue by her Teen Titan teammate and roommate Donna "Wonder Girl" Troy. In the midst of this, she also found true love, albeit some frustration, in the arms of another teammate Richard "Robin" Grayson. There love would falter when family pulled her away.
Doris Lee was a native of Earth-Two, and thus never needed to flee her own universe's version of the Psion and Citadel. Since she wasn't groomed with fighting skills nor granted stellar powers like Koriand'r, Doris could focus her attention on being what she naturally was... a beautiful debutante. While she, like the Princess Koriand'r, was born into wealth and prominence, she needn't flaunt it as a model even though she could've been one easily. Still, when she first saw the Dynamic Duo of Batman and Richard "Robin" Grayson, she knew she wanted a hero of her own. Sadly, all she had was the equally wealthy Ted Knight, although secretly he would also become the costumed crusader known as Starman. On one occasion, when meeting fellow girlfriends of Ted's Justice Society of America, the gals decided to wear variations of their beau's outfits to save them from the vile Brain Wave. In fact, on this occasion she learned how to weild a copy of Knight's Gravity Rod, giving her stellar powers on par with that of Starfire. For a brief moment, she experience a life that her counterpart had lived while young, as an adventurer. Then she returned to being the love interest of Starman's alter ego, forevermore shelving her Stargirl alter ego. Regrettably, that love never developed further as she would pass away a few years later.
Two fabulous females who literally harnessed the power of the stars, and left stars in the eyes of their men... and on those whose lives they touched including their sisterhoods of superheroines.