Sylvester Stallone and Family Play Dress Up After Being Taken Over by ‘Tiger King’ Fever
Becoming big fans of the hit Netflix docuseries, the ‘Rocky’ star, his wife Jennifer Flavin and their three daughters pass time in coronavirus quarantine by having some costume session.
- Apr 2, 2020
AceShowbiz – Sylvester Stallone has caught “TIGER KING fever” after playing dress up with his family while on coronavirus lockdown.
The “Rocky” star reveals he, his wife Jennifer Flavin, and their three daughters have become big fans of the hit Netflix docuseries while self-isolating during the global pandemic, and they decided to pass the time by having a little fun with their wardrobes on Tuesday, March 31.
Stallone shared a series of photos and videos from the costume session on Instagram, showing himself dressed as alleged conman Jeff Lowe in a black skull T-shirt, cowboy boots, black cap, and gold sunglasses, while Flavin appears as exotic animal owner Carole Baskin.
Their daughter Sophia features as imprisoned tiger breeder Joe Exotic, while her sister Sistine plays his husband John Finlay, and Scarlet takes on the role of head zookeeper Erik Cowie.
In the accompanying caption, the action man wrote, “TIGER KING fever has taken over ! @jenniferflavinstallone @sistinestallone @sophiastallone @scarletstallone”.
He then shared his own thoughts on the real-life events which unfold in “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness”, which charts how flamboyant Oklahoma big cat owner Exotic was arrested over a murder-for-hire plot.
“# Joe needs freedom and sitcom (sic),” Stallone added. “#Carol’s Tigers ate her and got ill.”
Flavin posted the fun snaps on her Instagram page too, and quipped, “Quarantine has made us go Tiger King (sic)!”
Stallone is the latest big star to become obsessed with the characters from the series – Jared Leto dressed up as Exotic for a virtual viewing party last week, while Dax Shepard has put himself forward to play the Tiger King himself if the wild tale gets picked up for a movie adaptation.
Kanye West’s High School Art Pieces Estimated to Worth $23,000 on ‘Antiques Roadshow’