Actress Chloe Sevigny says she is 'flattered' by a recurring series of videos spoofing her fashionable image.

The videos feature openly gay actor Drew Droege impersonating Sevigny, who stars in HBO's Mormon polygamy drama Big Love.

In the videos, Droege, dressed in drag as Sevigny, says, “Good evening America, I'm Chloe Sevigny,” and goes on to portray Sevigny as a humorless fashionista who takes herself a bit too seriously.

In Comedy, Droege says, “It's recently come to my attention that I love comedy. I was made aware of this discovery last Thursday at the Kinder Chaos coffee dance and awards party, sponsored by Timex, Mountain Dew Code Red, and Marmaduke, now in theaters.”

Sevigny, a former model, told Entertainment Weekly that she doesn't see the likeness but was flattered by the videos.

“I feel like he doesn't dress like me, he doesn't talk like me,” she said. “I feel like there's zero connection. I don't even understand how he can say it's me. And then the things he references are so not me.” (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)

Sevigny, who recently met Droege, added: “He was very charming and very nervous. He thought I hated him. Of course not! I'm flattered. But it's just not me at all!”