Daisy May Cooper Channels Kim Kardashian’s 2014 Paper Magazine Cover Photoshoot
Daisy May Cooper channels iconic Kim Kardashian’s 2014 Paper magazine cover photoshoot, but replaces champagne with crisps and ketchup
Daisy May Cooper channeled Kim Kardashian as she posed on the cover of The Guardian’s Saturday magazine.
The comedian, 35, donned a black sequined dress and beaded choker for the photoshoot that looked like the 2014 cover of Paper magazine.
The only aspect that was different was that instead of a glass on its bottom it was a tray of chips and instead of champagne there was a trail of ketchup spurting out of a bottle.
Hilarious: Daisy May Cooper, 35, channeled Kim Kardashian’s iconic Paper magazine cover as she posed on The Guardian magazine cover, replacing champagne with crisps and ketchup
Hilarious: Kim broke the internet when her Paper cover released in 2014
Daisy had to put two pillows on her dress to puff up her butt, while looking ecstatic on the blanket.
The original cover, taken by Jean-Paul Goude, became an internet sensation seven years ago with the headline “Break The Internet” on the front.
On the cover of The Guardian, the headline read: “Never Mind The Buttocks” referring to both Daisy’s enlarged background and the fact that she is now captain of the relaunched Never Mind The Buzzcocks series.
On top of that, Daisy wrote and starred on the hit BBC show This Country alongside her brother Charlie.
Journey: The actress is now captain of the relaunched Never Mind The Buzzcocks series, but went through tough times until she was 30 to get to where she is now.
She explained to the publication how she was a failing actress at the age of 30, but then found the gold when she and Charlie came up with the idea for the mock documentary while cleaning the offices.
‘I like to make people laugh. It’s my favorite thing to do around the world, ”she said.
She then revealed that she drew some crude pictures on the cover of her new book due out on October 28.
Her upbringing was tumultuous and her family lived in poverty and she compared her to the family from the Oscar-winning film Parasite.
“It was exactly what our family looked like. Especially at the beginning, where they all try to have wifi in the house. It was so chaotic. You just try to make it through the day. And that’s what’s amazing about money. Money gives you choices. Money gives you respect for yourself.
His next dream in the industry would be to go to the United States. She joked, “I want to go to the States and absolutely flush it out, like James Corden, and buy my own private jet.”
Success: She then found gold when she and Charlie came up with the idea for the mock documentary This Country while cleaning the offices