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This is the weirdest thing that anyone has ever done.'But Jakobiak won praise from Joanna Krupa, star of Real Housewives, who sent him a Facebook message saying: 'I hope your dreams come true Lukasz and you meet Ellen personally.' Another You Tube commenter calling himself Normalny Czlowiek - which translates to 'normal person' in Polish - said: 'I think he is a little bit psycho.' Pictured: Beata Skokowska, who played Ellen in Jakobiak's prank video Despite the criticism Jakobiak has received, he claims the message behind the video was if you imagine something hard enough it will happen.Pictured: Jakobiak pretending to have his hair and make up done before going on the 'Ellen' show Jakobiak said: 'Nobody has ever done anything like this before, so it's new to people.'During the call, my mum didn't know what was going on so her reaction and astonishment is real.She told me a handful of tales as old as time about her dating horror stories.Exhaustive stories with similar endings: dishonest people always get caught being dishonest.Pictured: Workmen assembling the fake Ellen set Fame: He later posted the full length interview with the TV host's doppelganger onto his You Tube channel, where it has received almost a million hits.
Pictured: Crew adding the final touches to the set Love or hate: Jakobiak told Mail Online he received mixed reactions to his video, with one person saying he should be admitted to a psychiatric hospital, but he received praise from model Joanna Krupa, star of Real Housewives, pictured with Jakobiak However, after seeing it online, some fans questioned the video's authenticity.
Jakobiak's mock interview with 'Ellen', who was really lookalike Beata Skokowska, has been viewed by more than 800,000 people on You Tube.
The vlogger, who won't reveal who funded the project or how much it cost, told Mail Online: 'I look up to Ellen because she has the courage. I've been called a genius and a creep.' Jakobiak's prank began with an Instagram post announcing he was going to realise his dream of meeting the 59-year-old chat show queen.
and not that famous and interesting to have an interview with Ellen.'Vloggers Ethan and Hila Klein slammed the video calling it 'cringe overload'.
The husband and wife team, who have over 14 million followers, said: 'I don't think he understands the concept of reality.
Only afterwards did she find out what was going on.' He said the real Ellen had not yet invited him onto her show, adding: 'I hope that she has at least seen the video.