Borat 2’s babysitter, Jeanise Jones, has been confirmed to star in a new comedy written by South Park writer Jane Bussman.
In the film, Jones is shown trying to talk sense into 15-year-old Tutar Sagdiyev, who Borat wants to have breast implants and marry a rich American man.
Of course, it was all for show but Jones was under the belief she was appearing in a documentary, and that Tutar’s plight was real; she has since said that she had no idea it was Sacha Baron Cohen and that she wanted to ‘kick his butt’ during filming.
However, it has now been revealed that she will star in a new feature called Reincarnated Royal.
It’s been slated as ‘a satirical comedy targeting high-profile figures including self-proclaimed ‘mentors’ of teenage girls and a certain prime CEO.’
Satire seems to be her forte.
Bussmann explained to Bleeding Cool: ‘Like everyone else, we were in tears at Jeanise’s appearance in the searing documentary Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, where she inspired Borat’s daughter Tutar to become Kazakhstan’s leading feminist, and gave hope to other 15-year-old spinsters.’
Jones said the role will be challenging, but we know she can pull it off.
‘It’s going to be a very entertaining movie. I know the world thinks I have this angel thing in the bag, but it’s going to be very challenging playing the role.
‘I hope the Queen of England thinks I’m an angel, ’cause I don’t want to get taken out.’
Jones recently confessed she wanted to ‘kick Sacha Baron Cohen’s butt’ after being tricked into the role.
Speaking to Metro.co.uk, she said: ‘It’s only now I realise it’s a comedy and that he [Sacha Baron Cohen] is famous. At the time I didn’t recognise him, I thought he was for real.
‘He was saying some crazy stuff while we were on camera, which got me upset. I was thinking “are you for real?” and was just being honest with him and with her.’
She went on to say: ‘I could have kicked his butt and given him some choice words, it was hard not to give him some strong language you can’t say on television. ‘
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