Woman Dresses Up As Rebekah Vardy's Instagram Account For Halloween Party
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Halloween started as a religious festival, but now it has become something so much more.
Well, this year someone has gone way above and beyond, and she might even have won Halloween before it has even really happened yet.
Feast your eyes on this.
Remember that? Because you should.
This work is the work of Manchester's very own Harriet Dawson, and it's bloody marvelous, isn't it?
Having taken her inspiration from the greatest online beef of our generation, she's realised it in perfect form.
We're talking, of course, about the recent altercation between Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy.
The two kingpins of the WAG world clashed recently over accusations that Vardy was leaking Rooney's private Instagram stories to the press. Rooney did some sleuthing and, by only allowing Vardy to see her private stories, claims she discovered the shocking truth.
That earned her the questionable nickname 'WAGatha Christie'. If ever proof were needed that the internet still has usefulness, this was it.
Rebekah strenuously denied any involvement in selling stories about Coleen to the press.
Anyway, we caught up with Harriet to ask about her decision.
She told LADbible: "I love fancy dress and always like to make my own costumes. There's a few more on my Instagram like Kris Jenner, Kim Kardashian and [one of the Purple Cobras from] Dodgeball."
Well, she obviously loves it, but why this?
She continued: "I like to try and dress as something different and make it myself.
"In this case, nothing brings people together like good old fashioned Twitter beef and the Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy scandal blew up my group chat and timeline and was perfectly timed a couple weeks before Halloween, so I took the inspiration and made the costume!
"I debated being 'WAGatha Christie' but the most iconic line was 'it's.... Rebekah Vardy's account' suggested an opportunity that I couldn't pass on.
"My only regret was spending my own money on a copy of the Sun for costume purposes and then forgetting it."
"I made the outfit for a friend's Halloween party then went out into town. Surprisingly my outfit survived the night and got many compliments from other people at the club!"
No regrets. That's exactly the way you should feel at Halloween.
Hey, unless you're planning to dress up as something offensive, you should be able to do whatever the hell you like.
We can only encourage more people to dress up as abstract social media accounts and Nokia mobile phones from the early 2000s.
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