Carla from Bankstown has landed a new job working for NSW Premier Chris Mince – and posted a hilarious video to mark the occasion
Carla, from Bankstown, rose to fame in 2021 with her tongue-in-cheek videos in which she posed as the no-nonsense assistant to former NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian.
And the celebrity drag queen, 30, recently posted a hilarious video on TikTok, revealing she’s landed a new gig working for current NSW Premier Chris Minnes.
The cheeky footage shows Carla working behind a desk in Minns’ office as she has a private call with a friend and tells them, ‘Today is boring’.
He is then caught off guard by Minns, 43, who approaches his desk and asks him: ‘What’s going on? Is the phone coming, no one is picking up.’
‘Victorian Premier Dan Andrews called and said he’s hotter than you, but I didn’t tell him, absolutely not,’ replied Carla boisterously.
Bankstown’s Carla (pictured) rose to fame in 2021 with her tongue-in-cheek videos where she posed as the no-nonsense assistant to former NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian.
‘And Gladys Berejiklian called, she wanted to know if I could leave early tomorrow so we could go to the Cayman Islands together.’
Carla of Means held no grudges and scolded the Celebrity Apprentice star for taking personal calls at work, telling her to go back to her job.
However, Carla immediately resumed making personal calls as the NSW Premier turned her back on her and returned to her office.
And the celebrity drag queen, 30, recently posted a hilarious video on TikTok, revealing she’s landed a new gig working for current NSW Premier Chris Means (left).
‘I swear to God, he’s done for me,’ he tells his friend over the phone.
Carla’s many followers quickly went wild over the side-splitting footage.
‘Nice to see Means’ sense of humour,’ wrote one fan, while another added: ‘What a collaboration, love it’.
The cheeky footage shows Carla working behind a desk in Means’ office as she makes a private call to a friend, telling them, ‘Today is so boring’.
Means quickly scolded Carla for taking personal calls at work and told her to get back to her work
During the Covid lockdown in 2021, Carla found a fun way to bring important Covid messaging to the masses.
The drag queen has attracted more than 100,000 views on her light-hearted videos posing as NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian’s assistant, in which she pronounces Gladys’ nickname as ‘Butter Chicken’.
Carla from Bankstown is the alter ego of Benjamin James, a 30-year-old retail worker who has lived in the Bankstown area of Sydney all his life.
‘I just love Gladys,’ James told Daily Mail Australia at the time. ‘I’m totally obsessed with him.’
Many of Carla’s followers have gone wild with the hilarious video and congratulated the NSW Premier for playing so well.