Comedy gold! Celeste Barber dons racy lingerie and thigh-high boots to show off her ball control – after she ‘watches five minutes of rhythmic gymnastics’
Comedian Celeste Barber has recently been speaking out against anti-vaxxers as the covid pandemic rages on.
But on Sunday, the 39-year-old funnywoman was back to her hilarious parodies for which she has become famous for.
Celeste took to Instagram to post footage of gymnast Samira Mustafaeva showing off her incredible rhythmic gymnastic skills with a ball.
Just like her! Comedian Celeste Barber (L) showcased her ball control on Sunday when she parodied Russian model Samira Mustafaeva (R) in a clip using a rhythmic ball
In the featurette, Samira is seen using her body to move the ball in a controlled way, allowing the curves of her frame to showcase elegant movement.
Celeste then cuts to herself trying to imitate the lingerie-clad beauty, with quite the amusing outcome.
Celeste is seen stumbling left to right, as she chases the ball about, all for her adoring 8.2million followers.
‘Watches 5 minutes of rhythmic gymnastics,’ Celeste captioned the clip.
Elegant: Samira showed herself using her body to move the ball in a controlled way, using the curves of her body to showcase elegant movement
Celeste has struck a more serious tone lately on TikTok, with her mocking individuals spreading dangerous misinformation about the vaccine.
‘I just want to jump on here and speak mainly to anti-vaxxers. I hear that you guys are freaking out, I do I really hear it and I can feel it,’ Celeste said.
‘I just want you all to know that when I got my first Pfizer shot about a week ago. The nurse who gave it to me actually showed me the 5G before she put it in the vial, which I think is really good,’ she joked.
Getting there! Celeste then cut to herself trying to imitate the lingerie-clad rhythmic gymnast
‘You’d be very surprised at how small Bill Gates’ DNA is because it actually fits in the vial.’
Celeste went on to say: ‘I just want you guys to know they are being very transparent about it. A lot of the anti-vaxxer people are really worried.’
‘They do hold the vial out in direct sunlight for a while as well to get all that healing sunlight in to keep you safe from an international pandemic.
Not amused: It comes after Celeste slammed anti-vaxxers and their ridiculous 5G conspiracy theories
‘I just wanted to let you guys know, for those of you who are really worried.’
Anti-vaxxers spread conspiracy theories with no basis in scientific fact.
They have claimed that ‘boosting’ the immune system through diet, supplements and sunlight can make people immune to certain diseases, which is completely false.
Poking fun: Celeste shared a video to TikTok, mocking individuals spreading dangerous misinformation about the Covid-19 vaccine