While all the buzz is about the latest real deals being made at Sundance Film Festival going on right now, keep an eye out for fake Celebrities. A Bradley Cooper lookalike was spotted by seancass10 on Sunday. Apparently, he had no qualms about keeping up the pretense.

This isn’t the first time that a fake celebrity has fooled festival goers. A fake PSY got to hang out with other celebrities at the 66th Cannes Film Festival. The real PSY made a good-natured joke out of it by tweeting “seems like there’s another ME at cannes…say Hi to him @scooterbraun lol #PSYinSINGAPORE.”

Impersonating celebrities can be quite lucrative for individuals.

There are in fact several agencies that hire professional celebrity impersonators for corporate and private events, so that individuals can rub elbows with their idols, if even just to pretend.

Of course, there is a dark side to impersonating a celebrity on social media. Sites like Twitter have explicit rules that require an account that is fake and to clearly state their true parody nature. In spite of this some impostors still manage to experience a famous person’s status by fooling their real fans.A case involving In the case of the controversy over Derek Luke’s interracial marriage the fake celebrity actually drew more attention from the press than the real celebrity who does post that often on social media

Unfortunately, not all fake celebrities have such innocent motives.

A 35-year-old man posing as Justin Bieber collected videos of teenage girls stripping for him was sentenced to 14 years in prison. States like California are trying to penalize posing as a celebrity, but many fake accounts continue to be created each day.

Meanwhile back at Sundance, this faux Bradley Cooper apparently looks more real than the fake baby from the box office hit American Sniper, one of the top films in 2015.

He fooled at least some of the party organizers for the film White Girl, according to sources. When asked for an ID, the celebrity impostor refused shortly before being removed.

So far, no more sightings of the have been reported according to a festival attendee source, and there have been no official comments from the real Bradley Cooper. But be careful making deals with a supposed A-lister. You may just be the next victim of a celebrity doppelganger.

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