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Joanne the Scammer Is Officially Back

Joanne the Scammer Is Officially Back

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The viral meme queen (and our favorite caucasian woman) is collabing with queer designer Brandon Blackwood for the comeback of the century! (Honestly, truly!)

Rihanna isn't the only comeback we have to look forward to in the near future!

After what feels like a century without any real comedy, our favorite caucasian woman Joanne the Scammer -- the hilarious online persona of actor and comedian Branden Miller -- is making her epic return to the spotlight with the help of queer designer Brandon Blackwood.

Though she was everywhere during the latter half of the 2010s, especially with all of the memes that sprouted from her viral comedy videos, Joanne (who still has 1.5 million followers on Instagram) has been a little under the radar lately, especially during the pandemic. But now, it looks like she's coming out of retirement and giving all aspiring scammers the inspiration they've been missing for so long!

In a short teaser clip posted to the Instagram and TikTok accounts of Blackwood's eponymous fashion brand, Joanne herself can be seen strutting loudly in high heels, walking past a shelf of the brand's popular, celeb-loved handbags and donning a black fur coat that reads "STOP PLAY WITH ME" in big, bold red letters.

As she turns to the camera, she has one simple message for her legions of fans that have been waiting to hear from her:

"THIS caucasian bitch is back."

While it was just a very short clip, we can rest assured knowing that this is just going to be the beginning of what is surely the viral comeback of the century -- and proof the world is slowly but surely starting to heal again after a very, very, VERY rough two years.

"Made a quick call to my girl/THE original scammer for our fall roll out," Blackwood captioned the post. "More Joanne on the way."

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Raffy Ermac

Raffy is a Los Angeles-based writer, editor, video creator, critic, and the digital director of Out.

Raffy is a Los Angeles-based writer, editor, video creator, critic, and the digital director of Out.