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A woman with a wispy hair that covers her face and a matching dress has become a fashion icon for many online.

But the wig she wore for her show, “Wig” on “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey,” may have been a little too much.

“Wag” became a popular meme in late April after she shared photos of her wig on Instagram, where it became a trending topic.

The popular “Wigg” has garnered a huge following on social media, with more than 3 million followers on Instagram and another 7.6 million on Facebook.

“This is my wig,” she captioned the photo.

“It is really thick and thick and thin, and I have a lot of people wanting to see me!”

She went on to describe her experience on the show.

“The wig was so big, I had to put it on the bottom of my wig for about five minutes.

That was a real struggle,” she said.

After the show, fans responded to the hashtag #wigwigs, which quickly became a trend.

“I was so surprised,” said “Cosmo’s” host, Seth MacFarlane.

“You can’t have it all.

You can’t be too much of a style icon for the whole universe.”

MacFarlans hair has gone viral in recent months.

He wore a wig for the first time in March and it became one of his biggest fans on Instagram.

And he has a wig that has become one of the most popular on social platforms.

But when he took the wig to the show for the third time, the wig was too big, he said.

“When I took the last wig to cosplay I said, ‘I don’t know how this can be.'”

His wig was now over five feet tall.

The wig cost him about $200.

“He was really embarrassed, but I said to him, ‘Listen, I think you’ll like it,'” MacFarnans mother, Stephanie MacFarrows, told ABC News.

“His reaction was, ‘What?

What can I do?'”

The wig, which was a gift from his family, had to be removed and he was told he could not wear it again until after the show was over.

“Cosplay is a fun activity, but the wig has gotten out of hand,” he said, adding that he was “a little shocked” at the backlash.

The “Wiggle” wig was the inspiration for “Cosmospace,” a fan-favorite comedy show on ABC that launched in 2011.

In addition to MacFarrells show, he is a writer and actor on the series.

He recently starred in “The Adventures of Peter Pan” on ABC.

“We’re going to keep doing our show until it stops, so you can watch it,” he told ABC.

He has also written and starred in a number of films, including “Fool’s Gold” and “A Million Ways to Die in the West.”

“We have no control over what happens to the wig,” he added.

We’re not worried about whether we’re going crazy or not, we’re just doing what we want to do. “

A lot of us love cosplay and that’s part of what we’re doing on the internet.

You’re free to go crazy.” “

But if you’re a cosplayer, or you want to create something for your own cosplay, there’s nothing stopping you.

You’re free to go crazy.”

“Cosmen” fans who can’t wear a wig because of their height or weight are encouraged to wear a pair of wigs instead.

And Cosmospace is not the only show that uses cosplayers for its online cosplay.

The series “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” has featured cosplayers of different heights, weights and races.

The show also has a series of short films called “The Cosplay Chronicles,” which feature the cosplayers’ work and ask fans to submit their own ideas for characters.

“If I were to be a big-name actor and I was going to cosplayer as a major celebrity, I would love to do that,” said Caitlin Pfeifer, a “Cosmic Leap” cosplayer.

“Because you get to be the biggest thing on the planet.

If you’re in the business of the highest possible standards, you want people to be happy.”

“Wigs, cosplay or no, there are going to be people out there who love cosplaying, and if you can take a stand and say, ‘This is who I am and this is what I do’ then there’s really no excuse for you not to do it,” said Pfefer.

“And I hope that we can see that trend spread across the internet.”