She claims to be "France's Donald Trump".
But Fanny Bouffante is known to be "better looking and with much bigger hair".
And she is coming back to Albury for two nights at Public House as part of her Melbourne Comedy Festival show.
Scandals is her new show promising exactly what it implies - plenty of scandals - but said is here to talk "serious issues like poverty, terrorism and haute couture".
Fanny sold out last year's show French Women Do Everything Better.
This time she's in town as a "French presidential candidate" with her Melbourne Comedy Festival show which looks at the events that led to the derailing of her 2017 campaign and the lessons learnt from her 2022 bid.
And she said Independent candidate for Farrer Kevin Mack is what brought her back to town.
"The thing that draws me back to your little country town is of course Kevin," she said.
"The wonderful Kevin Mack whom I ate snails with last time and we talked politics.
"I am so exciting Kevin is running for election.
"I cannot wait to see him turn from a soft sweet mayor into a firm, hard member for Farrer."
Behind the fabulous facade is Melbourne-based mother-of-three Kate Hanley Corley.
After working as a journalist she took her hand to comedy at 38-years-old when her youngest child was just three.
"Fanny is definitely one of my favourite characters as she allows me to be everything I am not - she is not a nice person but is charming," Ms Hanley Corley said.
"She can turn everything around.
"The reason I came up with Fanny was my love for everything French but also they are so cliche and something you can definitely play up.
"It promises to be a very silly, politically incorrect show and something that everyone can enjoy, you don't have to like politics."
Ms Hanley Corley said despite Fanny being a French presidential candidate there is a lot of "Australian politics in there".
"She has advice for Pauline Hanson and Clive Palmer and looks at big issues like vegans and fake news journalists," she said.
"It is just a fun show and something you can laugh at after the federal election is over."
Adult tickets are $25, concession are $23. To book visit trybooking.com/braund