Kim Kardashian and her future hubby Kanye West were featured on the cover of the April edition of Vogue, and it looks like it's causing some parodies as well as controversy.
On Saturday, Daily Mail posted a story that shows Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy from The Muppets on the cover of Vogue, taking the place of Kardashian and West. The issue is called Vague instead of Vogue where Miss Piggy is wearing a wedding dress while holding white roses with Kermit behind her with his arm by her waist.
The cover of the fake magazine says, "Kermie & Piggy Their Fashionable Life And Surreal Times #UniversesMostTalkedAboutCouple."
It appears that this cover is supposed to be a joke, but also a promotion for Muppets Most Wanted, which hit theaters on Friday.
The Muppets weren't the only ones to spoof the original Kardashian-West cover. Apparently, James Franco made his own cover that shows his face over West with actor Seth Rogan's face in place of Kardashian. The two have worked together in previous comedies, including This is the End and Pineapple Express.
While the Vogue issue is scoring itself some jokes, it also looks like it's causing some dispute.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer star Sarah Michelle Gellar revealed her view on the cover, which is apparently sparking some outrage.
On Friday, the actress wrote on her Twitter account, "Well......I guess I'm canceling my Vogue subscription. Who is with me???"
It looks like Twitter users are not with her on this especially Jonathan Cheban who is apparently the best friend of the Kardashian sister.
Cheban retweeted Gellar's message, adding, "Do you matter? RT"