Daisy May Cooper channels Kim Kardashian’s 2014 Paper Magazine cover shoot

Daisy May Cooper channeled Kim Kardashian as she posed on the cover of The Guardian’s Saturday magazine. 

The comedian, 35, donned a black sequin gown and a pearl choker for the photoshoot which looked just like the 2014 cover for Paper magazine. 

The only aspect which was different was instead of a glass on her bottom it was a tray of chips and in replacement of champagne there was a streak of ketchup spurting out of a bottle. 

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Hilarious: Daisy May Cooper, 35, channeled Kim Kardashian’s iconic Paper mag cover as she posed on the cover of The Guardian’s magazine, replacing champagne with chips and ketchup 

Hilarious: Kim famously broke the internet when her Paper cover came out in 2014 

Daisy had to put two cushions up her dress to inflate her behind, while looking ecstatic on the cover. 

The original cover, taken by Jean-Paul Goude, became an internet sensation seven years ago with the headline ‘Break The Internet’ splashed across the front. 

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On the Guardian cover, the title read: ‘Never Mind The Buttocks’ referring both to Daisy’s enlarged bottom and the fact she is now a captain on the revived series of Never Mind The Buzzcocks. 

As well as this, Daisy wrote and starred in the hit BBC show This Country alongside her brother Charlie. 

Journey: The comedian is now a captain on the revived series of Never Mind The Buzzcocks, but went through hard times until she was 30 to get to where she is now 

She detailed to the publication about how she was a failing actress by the time she was 30, but then struck gold when her and Charlie came up with the idea for the mockumentary while cleaning offices. 

‘I love making people laugh. It’s my favourite thing to do in the whole world,’ she said. 

She went on to reveal that she has drawn crude images in the front of her new book which is set to come out on the 28th October.

Her upbringing was tumultuous and her family lived in poverty and she compared it to the family in the Oscar-winning film Parasite. 

‘It was just what our family was like. Especially at the beginning, where they’re all trying to get wifi in the house. It was so chaotic. You’re just trying to get through to the end of the day. And that’s what’s amazing about money. Money gives you choices. Money gives you self-respect.’ 

Her dream next steps in the industry would be to go to the US. She joked: ‘I want to go to the States and absolutely rinse it, like James Corden, and buy my own private jet.’ 

Success: She then struck gold when her and Charlie came up with the idea for the mockumentary This Country while cleaning offices 

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