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Exclusive: Alison Jackson celebrity spoof videos

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Alison Jackson is the woman behind many of the best and controversial celebrity spoof photographs (remember that Princess Diana and Dodi Al-Fayed mixed-race love child picture?). The latest project from the BAFTA-winning artist sees her go behind the headlines of 2011's biggest stories for new book Exposed! and, to mark its release, has produced some accompanying videos exclusively for Stylist.

From Cheryl Cole's shock US X Factor dismissal to the nation's fascination with Pippa Middleton's derriere post Kate and Wills' wedding, Jackson's book captures all of 2011's momentous celebrity moments - in a somewhat controversial but fun way that appeals to the voyeur in us all. We bet you never expected to be privy to David and Victoria picking out their daughter's name or the Milliband brothers arm wrestling for leadership.

Below you can watch videos filmed alongside the book being produced, including Lady Gaga trying on cuts for her now infamous MTV Awards 'meat dress', Pippa Middleton and Prince Harry's special relationship and Simon Cowell apologising to Cole. They say the camera never lies... Or does it?

Exposed! 2011: The Pictures The Celebs Didn't Want You To See by Alison Jackson is out now, £7.49, amazon.co.uk

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