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By Cher Tippetts On February 23, 2009

Fakebook Wars: Kate Winslet Imposter Brands Angelina Jolie A 'Fat-Lipped Crazy Cow'

How rude! The Oscar rivals fall victim to 'Fakebooking' craze...

Fakebook Wars: Kate Winslet Imposter Brands Angelina Jolie A 'Fat-Lipped Crazy Cow'
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A mystery user posing as Kate Winslet let rip at Oscar rival Angelina Jolie on a phony Facebook profile.

The actresses are the latest victims of the 'Fakebooking' craze where users pose as celebrities on the social networking site.

Kate's fake profile was shut down after her imposter branded her competition in the Best Actress category a "fat-lipped crazy cow".

Kate hit the headlines back in January when she forgot Angelina's name during her flustered Golden Globes acceptance speech.

The actress – who bagged her first Oscar at last night's ceremony – is currently a popular target amongst Fakebooker's, with more false sites in her name than Britney Spears, Sarah Palin and U.S. President Barack Obama.

See Kate and Angelina in our Oscar highlights below

Hugh Jackman opened 81st Academy Awards by paying tribute to the five Best Picture nominees with a song and a dance number. The 'Wolverine' ably supported by Best Actress nominee Anne Hathaway.
Ben Stiller poked fun at Joaquin Phoenix while presenting the award for Best Cinematography. The actor took to the stage with a scruffy overgrown beard, sunglasses and a suit as he mimicked Phoenix's recent bizarre appearance on the David Letterman show.
Kate Winslet wins best actress for her role in 'The Reader'
Jennifer Aniston bravely chose to present two awards despite knowing that Angelina Jolie and her ex-husband Brad Pitt would be sitting just yards away in the front row of the crowd.
As Jennifer takes part in a comedy routine with actor Jack Black, TV cameras caught Angelina Jolie laughing along in the audience.
Sean Penn wins Best Actor award for 'Milk'
British film Slumdog Millionaire swept the board, picking up eight awards including Best Picture and Best Director for Danny Boyle. The filmmakers took to the stage to accept the best picture award surrounded by the adult members of the cast as well as the children from the slums of Mumbai who starred in the film.
Beyonce, Hugh Jackman, Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens, Amanda Seyfried and Dominic Cooper performed a medley of songs from hit musicals in a routine choreographed by Australian film director Baz Luhrmann.
Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens during their musical number.
Beyonce
Heath Ledger won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his performance in the 'The Dark Knight'. Accepting the award on his behalf, Ledger's proud sister Kate dedicated the award to his daughter Matilda.The star-studded crowd gave a standing ovation as Heath's father Kim, his mother Sally Bell and sister approached the stage.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt applaud the late actor.
Philippe Petit shows off his balancing skills by resting an Oscar on his chin. The star also performed a magic trick, making a coin disappear in his hand while accepting the Oscar for Best Documentary Film for 'Man on Wire'.
An emotional Penelope Cruz walked away with the Best Supporting Actress gong for her role in 'Vicky Cristina Barcelona'. Cruz is the first Spanish-born actress to win an Oscar.
John Mayer and Jennifer Aniston make a rare public appearance together at the ceremony.
Seal and Heidi Klum applaud for Jerry Lewis, who accepted the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award.
Miley Cyrus joked that she would love to be adopted by Angelina Jolie. Miley brought mother Tish along for the ceremony, leaving boyfriend Justin Gaston at home.
'Slumdog Millionaire' onscreen lovers Frieda Pinto and Dev Patel shot down rumours that they are dating in real life. The pair denied reports they are romantically involved as they answered questions on the red carpet.
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Tags : Kate Winslet, Angelina Jolie

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