Emmy Rossum Spoofs Gisele Bundchen's Breastfeeding Photo

Celebrity News Dec. 12, 2013 AT 12:15PM
Emmy Rossum mimics Gisele Bundchen's breastfeeding photo on instagram "I feel ya girl," Shameless actress Emmy Rossum captioned a hilarious photo of herself imitating Gisele Bundchen's recent breastfeeding photo. Credit: courtesy of Emmy Rossum

Shamelessly funny! Emmy Rossum imitated Gisele Bundchen's recent breastfeeding photo by posing for one of her own. The 27-year-old Shameless actress spoofed the 33-year-old supermodel's much-talked about Dec. 10 snapshot, in which she breastfeeds her 12-month-old daughter, Vivian, while getting her hair, makeup and nails done. Click here to see more funny pics of Rossum.

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"Hey @giseleofficial, I feel ya girl," Rossum captioned a photo of herself on Instagram. "#kidding #fakebaby #soymilk #shameless." (Rossum is currently single after splitting from Shameless costar Tyler Jacob Moore back in July.)

The Showtime star copied Bundchen's original photo exactly by posing in a salon chair while wearing a white robe and pretending to breastfeed a baby doll. At the same time, three stylists work on primping the star.

Gisele Bundchen posted a photo of herself breastfeeding daughter Vivian while getting her hair, makeup and nails done on Instagram Dec. 10.
Gisele Bundchen posted a photo of herself breastfeeding daughter Vivian while getting her hair, makeup and nails done on Instagram Dec. 10.
Credit: courtesy of Gisele Bundchen

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Bundchen caused a stir online Tuesday when she shared the photo of herself "multitasking" while getting ready for an event. "What would I do without this beauty squad after the 15 hours flying and only 3 hours of sleep," she captioned the picture.

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Tom Brady's wife, also mom to 4-year-old son Benjamin, has been an outspoken proponent of breastfeeding. She faced some backlash in 2010 after telling Harper's Bazaar UK that she thought there should be a "worldwide law" that mothers "should breastfeed their babies for six months."

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