Megan Fox lookalike recreates her famous scenes on TikTok

Jennifer’s Body fans will get a kick out of this TikTok’s star homage to the cult classic. 

When influencer Kyra Pollard first joined TikTok followers immediately noticed her striking resemblance to Megan Fox. Now Pollard is showing off her own acting chops with a tribute to the star. When it debuted over a decade ago, Jennifer’s Body was critically panned and a box office failure. But the campy horror film has since found a new audience with Gen Z, making it officially iconic. 

Who is Kyra Pollard?

Pollard was born on Nov. 18, 2002 and is currently 18 years old. She hails from Australia. Pollard started posting on TikTok on Oct. 1, 2020 and has over 545,000 followers. She is also a singer. 

What is Jennifer’s Body about? 

Jennifer’s Body is a 2009 comedy horror written by Diablo Cody and directed by Karyn Kusama. In the film, Fox portrays a demonically possessed teen who preys on her male peers. Her best friend, played by Amanda Seyfried is determined to stop her. 

The film opened to negative reviews and a low box office performance. However, in the wake of the #MeToo movement, critics began taking another look at the film and changed their tunes. The New York Times even described it as one of the greatest horror films directed by a woman. 

Pollard does her best Megan Fox impersonation

@kyra.pollard

#duet with @russsah highly requested 😇 ur gorg btw ! #foryoupage #jennifersbody

♬ original sound – Casey 🌙

Pollard joined forces with @russsah, a Seyfried look-alike, to recreate a scene from Jennifer’s Body. Pollard lip-synced to Fox’s dialogue, while @russah did Seyfried’s. 

The video racked up 11.2 million views on TikTok. But this wasn’t the first time Pollard went viral for a Fox impersonation.

@kyra.pollard

As requested … many jenifers body Tik toks to come 😈 #foryoupage

♬ оригинальный звук – about Halsey

She first referenced Jennifer’s Body in one of her earlier videos back in April.

“I’m killing boys. Boys are just placeholders, they come and they go,” Pollard lip-synced.

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