For many years, celebrities have flocked to the annual Sundance Film Festival situated in snowy Utah.
Attending the biggest independent film festival in the world not only gives our favourite film stars the chance to present their latest work and brandish their best beanies, it also happens to be renowned for having REALLY great industry parties.
But while we may all dream of attending some of these VIP soirees and some of us might - after a few margaritas - consider ourselves to be a dead ringer for Amal Clooney, not all of us turn this into an action plan for gatecrashing Sundance.
Determined to make fantasy a reality, Page Six have reported that a 'Bradley Cooper doppelganger' has not only attended the festival, but has ambled around charming his way into a number of high profile events.
For two nights in a row, the Cooper doppelgänger has used the actor's name to try to get into events, including the official afterparty for the film, 'White Girl' at Bar 53 and another at 50 Bleu Lounge, the source says.
Apparently, when confronted by security, the fake Bradley shouted, 'You’re done for!' and refused to hand over his ID. To save face he attempted to prove he was the actual Cooper by pushing a button on his iphone revealing 'a picture of The Hangover as his screensaver.'
An Instagram snap of the fake Bradley has since gone viral, with the user posting the picture believing he was cuddling up to Bradley Cooper himself. Confusing right?
Note to drunk Amal Clooney lookalikes:
Having a celeb's face as your screen saver makes you legit famous.
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Words: Chloe Sherard-Knott