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Fake Psy Fools Celebrities At Cannes
A Psy lookalike hit up Cannes over the weekend, and a bunch of celebrities fell for the hoax. According to EW.com, among those who posed with not-real Psy include Naomie Harris, Nicolas Batum, and Adrien Brody.
The real Psy is in on the joke, tweeting:
seems like there's another ME at cannes...say Hi to him @scooterbraun lol#PSYinSINGAPORE— PSY (@psy_oppa) May 22, 2013
As well as a picture of him with a fooled celeb:
Here the picture of #fakePSYinCannes spotted by @scooterbraun!! lol#realPSYinSingapore pic.twitter.com/TVNpOk2y9E— PSY (@psy_oppa) May 22, 2013
The joke comes on the heels of Psy being called the "herpes of music" by Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day.
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