British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his advisor Dominic Cummings will be portrayed as puppet theater in exchange for incomplete bulge and travel in the revival of the puppet-style caricature TV show. Spit images.
Beginning this year, this new series promises a more global lineup than the original in 1984-1996, and has already unveiled models of Donald Trump, Ellen Musk, Mark Zuckerberg, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
The original series was an overwhelming boss who called Margaret Thatcher, then the prime minister of the steak, as raw steak and called her pastors “vegetables.”
The new series will air on BritBox, a streaming service created by BBC and ITV broadcasters.
The new incarnation picture showed Mr. Johnson on the overweight rubber surface flapping a neck tie that was severely knotted under the messy impact of blonde hair.
On the other hand, Governor Cummings’ chief aide clenched his hand under the chin, paired with a steep arched eyebrow and an enlarged skull.
The description reflects what some people think is the relationship between the two at the top of the government.
The architect of the 2016 Brexit campaign, Cummings, is considered by the critics to be the most powerful neglected person in the government, who had a great influence on his boss.
Prime Minister Johnson was prejudiced and comedy, but developed an intellectual personality that helped win the voters’ trust in the landslide elections last year.
At its peak Spit images 150 million viewers (approximately a quarter of the population) have been tuned to see viewers acting splendidly to politicians, celebrities and even the royal family.
Queen Elizabeth was mocked as an accidental victim of the growing ear of a middle-aged housewife and her son, Prince Charles.
Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg will provide weather updates in a new series.