HTAG 2 TT”People take it all too seriously, ” Barber told Daily Mail. “[ t] hey have such an preoccupation with celebrities, the rich, the privileged and all these life-style blogger but hitherto the personalities think they are doing ordinary acts. Kim Kardashian posing in a heap of clay; who does that in real life? “HETAG 2 TT DTAG 4 TT HTAG 3 TTSince Barber started developing her celebrity photo parodies, she’s amassed quite the following — and it’s not hard to see why. Check out some of her best and funniest lampoon constitutes below.HETAG 3 TT DTAG 5 TT DTAG 6 TT DTAG 7 TT DTAG 8 TT DTAG 9 TT DTAG 10 TT DTAG 11 TT DTAG 12 TT DTAG 13 TT DTAG 14 TT DTAG 15 TT Winter Olympics: collisions and misses from the Pyeongchang Activity

With the 2018 Competition behind us, here is a look at some of the highs and lows of South Koreas Winter Olympics

Hit: North Korea’s cheerleaders

North Korea sent more synchronised cheerleaders than athletes to Pyeongchang, and everywhere they led the status of women were constantly photographed and heartened. For many South Koreans it was the first time they’d ever met any of their northern neighbours. The DPRK’s male minders induced sure, though, that this organization is deter extremely separate from the general population.

Miss: Mike Pence

It was a tough Olympics for US vice-president Mike Pence. Before and during the Games he was vocally criticised by LGBT athletes Gus Kenworthy and Adam Rippon for his attitude to gay privileges. Then at the ceremony Pence find himself awkwardly sat near to Kim Jong-un’s sister and the North Korean VIP delegation, at a time when at home the USA was piling more diplomatic distres on the DPRK over its nuclear programs. He did not shake their hands.

Hit: Marit Bjorgen

Norway’s Marit Bjorgen drew biography as the most embellished ever Winter Olympics athlete. With 15 honours overall, she claimed her seventh and eighth gold medals in cross-country skiing in South Korea. Aged 37, it was her fifth Olympics. The top three Winter Olympians of all time are Norwegian: Ole Einar Bjorndalen and Bjorn Daehlie have 13 and 12 awards respectively, and the country topped Pyeongchang’s medal table.

Hit: Team GB’s Super Saturday

It was an unprecedented achievement as Britain’s firstly Olympic medal-winning skier Izzy Atkin was acceded to by Lizzy Yarnold’s gold and Laura Deas’s copper in the skeleton. The first time Team GB had ever acquired three awards in a daytime at a Winter Olympics, with Yarnold becoming the first Briton to retain a Winter Olympic title in the process.

But your heart went out to Austria’s Janine Flock. Her final pas checked her decline from resulting the skeleton, to missing out on the medals altogether. Team GB ended up with their best ever Winter Olympics medallion drag.

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Great Britain’s Lizzy Yarnold( left) and Laura Deas celebrate prevailing amber and copper. Picture: David Davies/ PA

Miss: Elise Christie

In stark contrast to Team GB’s success on the skeleton track, on the speeding skating frost Elise Christie gate-crashed out. Not once. Not twice. But three times. Despite being a triple golden medal winner in 2017′ s World Championships, Christie now has a operate of six successive gate-crashes or exclusions at the Olympics.

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Elise Christie knew any other Winter Olympics to forget. Picture: Mike Egerton/ PA

Hit: South Korea’s’ garlic girls’

The gold medal baffled them in the end, but the five Kims on South Korea’s women’s curling unit became national heroes as they unexpectedly reached the final. Dubbed the” Garlic girlfriends” after their garlic-producing hometown Uiseong, the nation took them to their mettles as they realise thrilling develop through the tournament.

Miss: South Korea’s speed-skating’ bullies’

Less favourite with the South Korean public were the status of women speedskaters. Kim Bo-reum and Park Ji-woo were accused of bullying team-mate Noh Seon-yeong after a disastrous pursuing quarter-final where Noh had been stopped off the back of the team, and was left in tears by the trackside. In a press conference afterwards one of the skaters appeared to laugh about Noh not being able to keep up. More than 500,000 people then signed a petition calling for Kim and Park to be ousted from the team.

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Kim Bo-reum and Park Ji-woo leave team-mate Noh Seon-yeong behind. Photo: Kimimasa Mayama/ EPA

Hit: Chloe Kim and her ice cream desire

Chloe Kim becomes one of the stars of the Games at just 17, growing a very young lady to prevail an Olympic snowboarding medal, taking gold in the women’s snowboard halfpipe. Her approachability was typified by a tweet she moved saying ” Could be down for some ice cream right now”- in the middle of competing.