Nearly a week after Vogue revealed Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's magazine cover , Zach Braff  decided it was time to show us how he looks in Kim's spot. The actor shared his Photoshop parody on Twitter, making it his profile photo and later directing his followers to check it out. "Changed my profile pic. Baby got back," he tweeted. Zach chose his good pal, Donald Faison, to pose as Kanye. Keep reading to see the most interesting covers we've seen so far — including the original! — and tell us which one you prefer.
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Kylie and Kendall Jenner were the last stars to spoof Kim and Kanye. Kylie shared her parody on Twitter this week, writing, "Sorry, Kim." It wasn't long until Kylie deleted the image , though. The sisterly spoof hit closer to home than the other versions we've seen so far.
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Not even a full day after Vogue revealed its cover image, Disney released a parody starring Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy . "Kermiggy," as Disney calls the couple, copied Kim and Kanye's poses, but that's pretty much where the similarities stop. Most noticeably, Disney's mock-up is titled "Vague." The cover text also describes the famous duo as the "#universesmosttalkedaboutcouple," topping Vogue's "#worldsmosttalkedaboutcouple" hashtag headline.
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The first parody came from a duo well-versed on all things Kim and Kanye. Last Friday, James Franco and Seth Rogen released their second parody  of the couple.
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Upon release, Kim and Kanye's Vogue cover drew intense reactions from the likes of Naomi Campbell , Sarah-Michelle-Gellar , and the fashion industry .
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