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From Fame Us: Celebrity Impersonators and the Cult(ure) of Fame

One time when I was in New York, I saw a street vendor selling fake designer purses out of a plastic bag, so I stopped and bought a thirty-dollar fake Prada bag. A girl walked up to me and said, "Oh my God, Jennifer Aniston, can I please have your autograph?" And I said, "Honey, do you really think Jennifer Aniston would be on the street buying a fake Prada out of a trash bag?"

– Jennifer Aniston look-alike Renee Wiggins in Fame Us: Celebrity Impersonators and the Cult(ure) of Fame, by Brian Howell.


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