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Remember when Kylie Jenner gave the world a tour of the Kylie Cosmetics headquarters? Well, this is the spin-off we didn't know we needed - a Yorkshire comedian has put her own twist on it and it's gold:
Steff Todd posted the video yesterday where she added a voice-over on top of the clip of Kylie giving fans an exclusive look at her office.
But instead of the 23-year-old billionaire's soft American accent hitting your ears, it's Steff's Yorkshire twang (we're not complaining).
She greets viewers saying: "Iya, I'm Kylie," before going on to say: "I recently won 20 grand on a scratch card and I thought, 'I'm going to set up my own makeup business.'
"I used to work at Superdrug but they've been doing my head in for ages, not treating me right, so I thought: 'I'm gonna rival 'um.'
"So I bought a warehouse on the outskirts of Leeds. So let's go on a little tour."
As Kylie goes on to introduce her receptionist in the original video, she says: "You can check in with Marlene, she's over there, she keeps the office going."
You can see the full clip here to compare and contrast:
However, in the edited version of the same section, Steff's overdubbed voice says: "There's Julie, that's me mum. Works on reception."
When it comes to the makeup bit she adds: "Got all me makeup there, all nicely laid out. Looks good, dun't it? Obviously I didn't do it, got one of me workers to do it, Sue. Shout out to Sue."
Probably the most talked-about part of Kylie's original video occurs when she goes to wake up her daughter Stomi with a rendition of 'Rise and Shine'.
She then goes on to hold the little girl's face while affectionately saying: "Oh my goodness, you have a mark from sleeping. You were sleeping good."
Steff on the other hand, simply says: "So, this is my little lass' room. She's called Chardonnay. WAKE UP YA LAZY GET."
Replying to the video - which currently has over 15,000 likes and 3,700 retweets - one fan said: "Luv that this as tekken off, get Yorkshire worldwide!"
Another added: "These vids are just hilarious! A welcome bit of light relief and laughs in the middle of this crappy pandemic!"
A third commented: "I'm crying. 'WAKE UP YA LAZY GET' just broke me."
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