An Australian comedian parodied a model's steamy bikini dance – but ended up bumping into her bed in a hilarious video.
Mum Celeste Barber, best known for her comical takes on celebrities' posts on Instagram, shared a new clip comparing herself to 25-year-old influencer Sommer Ray.
In the original video, she is seen dancing in a hotel room while wearing a pastel green bikini.
Trying to promote her fashion brand's new graphic T-shirt, she bizarrely puts a lilac colour top over her head.
The body confident babe then flaunts her peachy bum towards the camera – much to her fans' delight.
Sommer then walks in front of the camera and covers her head with the T-shirt.
Celeste recreated the video with her own hilarious take.
She flaunted her "mum bod" in a yellow bikini and put a pink top over her head, while having a go at dancing around the bed.
With the T-shirt basically covering her eyes, she struggled to get her footing.
As she was practically blinded by the top, she hit onto the corner of the bed several times while trying to pose elegantly.
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Fans were loving Celeste's post, which racked up more than 627,000 likes.
"Love your version, the first one makes me feeling uncomfortable," a fan wrote.
Another also shared: "Makes me smile and laugh every single time and I am not even sure why."
A third even called Celeste a "legend", adding: "At least Celeste threw a couple sunnies in the side to glam it up – it was Celeste who took it to the next level with a bang and the bumping into the bed corner was priceless."
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Celeste recently opened up to talk about the making her parody clips.
She said: "It's not as though I just have this unwavering confidence that I go through the world with.
"A lot of it stemmed from insecurities. Especially because I voluntarily, blatantly compare myself with the industry."
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