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Instagram star Celeste Barber evokes body shaming industry

Celeste Barber — Made a name for herself by recreating Instagram photos of celebrities and models to make fun of them — How to cut through the impossible standards of beauty It's kind of nice,' and the fashion industry.

"I noticed all sorts of images like this being published. They were being sold off as commonplace on a daily basis," she said of the 40-year-old. Barber told Page Six about getting her start back in 2015.

Celeste Barber

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"When I bought a magazine you know, oh, Cindy Crawford was Cindy Crawford, but on social media it was marketed as 'This looks like everybody' and I 'No, I don't think that's what people really look like' or 'I know I don't look like that' so I pissed about it.

"This looks at celebrity culture, the beauty industry, the fashion industry, the multi-billion dollar body her shaming industry, so it's nice to be able to cut through that a bit," she said. adds.

Celeste Barber making fun of a Kim Kardashian on Instagram.
She made her name by recreating celebrity photos that could perpetuate impossible standards of beauty.

Since launching the series, Barber has amassed millions of fans, including Cindy Crawford, Naomi Watts, Bella Hadid, Halle Berry, Gwyneth Paltrow, Drew Barrymore and more. has been obtained.

She collaborated with Tom Her Ford on her video comedy, and while the designer taught Barbour how to walk her in the show, she wore her clothes in a bag. I picked up trying to steal a . The video was played at Ford's runway her show afterparty at New York Fashion Week.

The "Letdown" actress says celebrities realize she's not making fun of them specifically, but the industry as a whole.

"They understand that it's looking at something bigger than the individual," she noted.

Celeste Barber makes fun of Kate Hudson.
Barber parodied Kate Hudson's recent topless Instagram photo.

Barber added that many have shared that she "feels represented" and "is seen" by her. I think I did it because I'm goal is first and foremost to make someone laugh," she explained. "When you make someone laugh, we all make up. Making people laugh has always been my goal."

A mother of two, she now lives in America. tour, making people laugh with their stand-up act "Fine, Thanks." Her handsome husband, Api Robin, often appears as a sidekick in crime.

Celeste Barber and husband Api Robin.
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"He's really fucking hot and annoying," said Barber complained. "We've been together for 20 years, and I still have moments when I'm like, 'Jesus!'

, but when I'm with him, I'm right next to him." People go looking for him because he's so beautiful, even though he's in. You bastard it bothers me.

Celeste has two sons, Robin and Lou and Buddy. She is also the stepmother to Robin's daughters, Kaia and Sara.

She will perform at the Beacon Theater in New York City on August 27.