Emmy Rossum can sympathise with Gisele Bundchen’s multi-tasking efforts. She even let the model know as much, by mimicking her photo from Tuesday, where Bundchen can be seen breastfeeding, while a whole brigade of stylists works on her hair, makeup, nails, etc. Yesterday, Rossum decided to spoof the picture and released a similar one of herself on the set of Shameless.

Emmy Rossum, August: Osage County Premiere
 Rossum doubles as a singer/songwriter and the star of the Showtime dramedy, Shameless.

"What would I do without this beauty squad after the 15 hours flying and only 3 hours sleep #multitasking #gettinrready," Bündchen captioned her own photo. The Brazilian model has been balancing her glamorous career with motherhood since the birth of daughter Vivian Lake in 2012. Judging by her instagram feed, this professional beautiful person is doing a great job of maintaining her flawless image. Nevertheless, her job involves constant travel and no sleep, which sounds like a rough deal. She probably deserves some pampering at this point, but that doesn't make Rossum's spoof any less funny.

"Hey @giseleofficial, I feel ya girl. #kidding#fakebaby#soymilk#shameless," she wrote alongside her own instagram upload. In the shot, Rossum can be seen doing a spot-on impression of Gisele, complete with a fluffy white bathrobe and an expression that’s just a bit too wistful to be taken seriously. Point made.

Breastfeeding while being pampered can’t really be considered multitasking. For anyone concerned, this hasn't led to a full blown tabloid war between the two ladies (yet). It looks like Gisele isn't losing any sleep over the joke. The real question, however, is where Rossum got that fake baby. Is there a prop closet somewhere on the Shameless set with plastic infants just lying around? Because that would bring a whole new layer of creepiness to the whole thing.

In the show, a remake of an award-winning British series, Rossum plays Fiona Gallagher, the daughter of a struggling alcoholic. The third season of Shameless premieres on Showtime on Sunday, January 12th at 9pm ET/PT.

Take a look at the original.

Now let's play Spott the Differences with Rossum's parody.