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Here’s an update on two of the real people who were conscripted by Sacha Baron Cohen to be in “Borat 2.”

Jeanise Jones, the professional baby sitter who becomes the heart and soul of the movie, posted this message to Facebook today:

“Thank you to all who have reached out to me from here in OKC to around the entire world! Yes it was me in the Borat movie. I was recruited to be in a “Documentary”. At ABSOLUTELY NO time did I know this was a satirical comedy movie and that I was being “setup” so to speak. It’s all good I just did what my Mother Ozell Smith (RIP) taught me to do from as far back as I remember.
Again, thank you to all and to God be the glory for it all.”
Borat leaves his “daughter” with Jeanise, along with a ball and chain and a dog bowl, for hours. Jeanise rises to the occasion, doing everything to help Tutar and liberate her from her father. She is wise and wonderful. She’s also a real person, so all the attention may be scary. You can tell from her picture that she’s cool. I’m hopeful she will contact me at showbiz411@gmail.com.

On the flip side is Macy Chanel, a self styled “influencer” on Instagram, whose photo collection of selfies doesn’t leave much to imagination. I wrote to her the day before the movie hit Amazon, and this is how she replied:

“Thank you for your request.  I have received a significant amount of inquiries from the media around Borat. I am willing to provide an exclusive to the publication who: Provides a final cut of any scene(s) from the movie in advance of the release date and After reviewing the footage, preview of questions for the interview.Please let me know if you still have an interest.”

Macy has taken like a duck to water with the movie’s release. I’m sure she’s hoping to become a Real Housewife of Beverly Hills. In the movie she gives Tutar advice about how to attract very old rich men. Macy posted the clip of her encounter with Tutar.

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