NeNe Leakes

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NeNe Leakes wants to break the Internet too!

The Real Housewives of Atlanta star took advantage of one of her bootylicious costumes for the Broadway musical Cinderella to spoof one of Kim Kardashian's now-famous Parade magazine photos, which were taken by Jean-Paul Goude.

No, not the naked butt cover pic. NO, not the full-frontal one either. The one where she's clothed and balances a Champagne glass on her derrière.

NeNe is preparing to make her Broadway debut as Ella's wicked stepmother Madame in Cinderella. During a final costume fitting on Friday, she wore a full-length dress with a hooped petticoat and balanced what appears to be a standard rocks glass on her butt.

"Me and my girl Kim Kardashian about to break the Internet Bay Bay LOL..." NeNe said on Facebook.

Kim Kardashian, Paper Magazine, Iconic Celeb Photos

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Kardashian's Champagne glass pic is a recreation of the photographer's 1976 portrait Carolina Beaumont, which makes NeNe's a third reenactment.

"My Character 'Madame' is bootylicious!" the reality star said on her website. You can sit a glass on that thang LOL!"

The reality star's husband, Gregg Leakes, helped her carry the joke further; He placed a plate of food on her butt.

 NeNe Leakes, Gregg Leakes

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"Had my final fitting today for Broadway Cinderella with famous costume designer William Ivey Long!" NeNe said. "I shed tears every time! I feel so honored!"

NeNe's first performance in Cinderella is set to take place on Tuesday, Nov. 25. Check out more photos from her costume fitting below.

 NeNe Leakes

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 NeNe Leakes

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NeNe is replacing Sherri Shepherd, whose last performance is on Saturday. The former star will appear in the musical until its closing date, Jan. 3, 2015.

Keke Palmer plays main character Ella. This also marks the Broadway debuts for the actress, who recently transformed her look, and for Shepherd. They are the first African-American performers to play the title role in Cinderella and her wicked stepmother on Broadway.

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