Choupette the cat responds to Met Gala outfits: Do I have a twin?

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Choupette is giving Jared Leto and Doja Cat’s 2023 Met Gala looks two claws up.

The famous Birman cat — said to be worth over $13 million — was a hot topic at Monday’s famed event as stars paid tribute to late fashion mogul Karl Lagerfeld by dressing up as his feline companion.

“Do I have a twin somewhere ?!” the cat’s Instagram caption read Wednesday alongside a carousel of photos of the long-haired animal and his Met Gala twins.

“I rate @dojacat and @jaredleto outfits 100/10 😼
What about you? How much would you rate them? Did you watch the met Gala?” Choupette concluded.

The Thirty Seconds to Mars frontman and “Juicy” songstress, 27, were the talk of fashion’s biggest night after they channeled the blue-cream cat.

Leto, 51, had Gala attendees and online viewers scratching their heads when he walked the carpet in a full fur suit.

The “Morbius” actor’s cosplay of the feline included realistic hair and giant, bright blue eyes, eerily similar to the Choupette’s eyes.

Leto later made an outfit change into something more formal, rocking an all-black ensemble to walk the cream, blue and red carpet.

Doja Cat, on the other hand, also served looks when she stepped out on the carpet wearing a silver sequined custom Oscar de la Renta gown with embellished animal ears and a prosthetic cat nose.

The sparkly ensemble also featured a dramatic hood and feathered train, which resembled Choupette’s fluffy fur.

Doja — whose real name is Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini — took her roleplaying to the next level when she meowed during her Vogue red carpet interview.

Other stars who showed love to Lagerfeld’s furry companion included Lil Nas X, Chloe Fineman, Janelle Monaé and Emma Chamberlain.

Chouppette was originally said to be making her own Met Gala debut but decided to stay home.

Lagerfeld, who formerly worked as a creative director for Chanel, died Feb. 19, 2019. He was 85.

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