A spoof model of the favored moneysupermarket.com advert has
gone viral – doubling the variety of views of the
Father-of-four Wayne Phillips, 40, filmed his personal model of
the advert which includes a man in a go well with jacket strutting by way of
the streets carrying only a pair of hotpants and heels and
shaking his bootie.
It additionally options Sharon Osbourne.
Wayne’s model, additionally to the soundtrack of The Pussycat Dolls’
Don’t Cha, is filmed in Wythenshawe with some participation
from buyers, Manchester Evening News stories.
Throughout its first day on Facebook, it notched up one million views, and after
5 days it’s now as much as 2.6m.
It’s additionally been featured on the LAD Bible, the place it’s been
seen greater than three.2m occasions.
That’s practically 6m watches – whereas the unique advert had
Wayne, a self-employed home clearances knowledgeable who attended
appearing college, tagged his pals on the Jimmy Egan Boxing
Academy in Benchill to advertise their group.
“I simply thought it could be humorous. I solely had 2,000 pals on
Fb initially so I didn’t anticipate to get that many
views,” he mentioned.
“However then by the tip of the primary day I had one million and now I
have 7,000 pals – it’s wonderful the way it’s gone viral
worldwide, I can’t imagine it actually.
“I had seen different spoofs however mine is the one one which does it
all the way in which from the beginning locking the automotive – besides I lock a
workman’s van as a substitute and stroll by way of Wythenshawe.”
Wayne is then seen shaking his bottom at buyers – earlier than
his pal Colin Brown joins in for a dance.
He added: “I wished to make my bottom larger like within the
unique advert however I’d parked on double yellows and didn’t
have time to push a pillow down my boxers.
“It was fairly nippy however a minimum of I had a go well with on my high half.”
Wayne, who has had additional and talking elements on reveals like
Shameless and Peaky Blinders, has grow to be a star in
He added: “My family and friends actually adore it. I get pulled
up each 5 minutes strolling round Wythenshawe for the time being.
I really feel like James Bond.”
Wayne, who attended Vernon Appearing College in Prestwich, has a
variety of YouTube movies underneath ‘Wayne Phillips vine’.