Celeste Barber at war with Emily Ratajkowski as supermodel blocks her on Instagram over parody

Celeste Barber at war with Emily Ratajkowski as supermodel blocks comedian on Instagram because she mocked her racy G-string bikini shoot

Celeste Barber has revealed that a cheeky photo poking fun at one of Emily Ratajkowski‘s racy bikini shoots has led to the supermodel blocking her on Instagram.

Celeste, 40, created a firestorm last year when she mocked a photo of Emily seductively leaning against a wall in nothing but a pair of G-string bikini bottoms, along with the caption ‘We are sick of you objectifying our bodies! Also, here’s my a**.’ 

Like Emily Celeste teetered on sky-high stilettos, but stood on Astroturf instead of a concrete floor in the American model’s fashion shoot.

Celeste Barber has revealed that a cheeky photo poking fun at one of Emily Ratajkowski's racy bikini shoots has led to the supermodel blocking her on Instagram

Celeste Barber has revealed that a cheeky photo poking fun at one of Emily Ratajkowski’s racy bikini shoots has led to the supermodel blocking her on Instagram 

Celeste said Emily was not too pleased with the tongue-in-cheek photo.

‘I don’t think Emily is a fan. That’s okay, she’s allowed to not love it. But she blocked me,’ she said on Nova’s Fitzy and Wippa on Tuesday.

Celeste insisted she was ‘fine’ with Emily not appreciating her work because many other high-profile celebrities were huge fans.

Last year Celeste, 40, mocked a photo of Emily seductively leaning against a wall in nothing but a pair of G-string bikini bottoms

Last year Celeste, 40, mocked a photo of Emily seductively leaning against a wall in nothing but a pair of G-string bikini bottoms

Last year Celeste, 40, mocked a photo of Emily seductively leaning against a wall in nothing but a pair of G-string bikini bottoms 

‘If Cindy Crawford’s okay with it, I’m okay with it. Thanks to the greatest supermodel in the world, people are allowed not to like it,’ she said.

At the time of Celete’s spoof, followers had mixed opinions of her work with some calling it hilarious and others accusing her of body-shaming.

‘Misogyny is still misogyny even if you’re the one making fun of women,’ one follower commented.

The mother-of-two rose to stardom in the last few years with a series of hilarious viral videos mocking celebrities and influencers peddling fashion and wellness trends. 

'I don’t think Emily is a fan. That’s okay, she’s allowed to not love it. But she blocked me,' Celete said on Nova's Fitzy and Wippa on Tuesday.

‘I don’t think Emily is a fan. That’s okay, she’s allowed to not love it. But she blocked me,’ Celete said on Nova’s Fitzy and Wippa on Tuesday. 

The funny woman recently announced she’s set to star in her own Netflix comedy special next year.

Her one-hour show, Celeste Barber – Fine, Thanks, was recorded at the Sydney Opera House during her world tour earlier this year.

Fans can expect to see Celeste rip into her favourite celebrity targets in the show.

The Letdown star will take aim at everything from celebrity sex toys to why hot girls can’t dance during the show, reports Variety Australia.

This is the second time in a year the Have You Been Paying Attention? star has worked on content for Netflix.

Celeste, who started off as an actress in serious roles in shows like All Saints, plays the lead in Netflix’s upcoming comedy drama Wellmania.

Inspired by Brigid Delaney’s novel Wellmania: Misadventures in the Search for Wellness, Celeste is also serving as executive producer on the eight-part series.

In an official statement, the actress said: ‘I’m so excited about this project, the whole team is awesome. We’ve been working on it for a while and

Celeste rose to fame by recreating outrageous celebrity photos from the likes of Kim Kardashian, Bella Hadid and Jennifer Lopez. Pictured parodying Kendall Jenner

Celeste rose to fame by recreating outrageous celebrity photos from the likes of Kim Kardashian, Bella Hadid and Jennifer Lopez. Pictured parodying Kendall Jenner

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