London - The beleaguered News International CEO is a dead ringer for the ex-Labour leader, ennobled to Baron Kinnock of Bedwetty - er...Bedwellty! - by Tony Blair.
"Stick a long curly hairpiece on his pate and whaddyagot?" a Daily Smearer editorial thundered today as the Red Top mobile hacking scandal intensified.
The rival organ is pulling no punches amid claims that 'there's a lot more to Brooks' than meets the averagely jaundiced tabloid eye.
So far however there have been no calls for a DNA test despite the uncanny facial resemblance.
Ms Brooks remained schtum today amid a major media demolition job concerning her involvement in the News of the Screws surveillance of a Met detective.
Lunchtime reports said Det Supt Dave Cook was spied on during a murder probe of private eye Daniel Morgan who was found with an axe buried in his skull at a Sydenham pub car park in 1987.
Today's media revelations say Cook's 2002 BBC Crimebotch appeal saw him spied upon by News International hacks.
A December 2002 meeting between Brooks, Cook and two senior Yard officers saw the then News of the Screws editor 'shoot herself in the foot' with her risible defence of the surveillance.
Apparently she said her boys had merely been following up reports that Cook was 'having an affair' with fellow Crimebotch presenter/police officer Jacqui Hames.
"Someone forgot to tell Rebekah that Cook and Hames were a married couple with two children, heheh!" gobsmacked sources chortled today.
Morgan's business partner Jonathan Rees got a seven years for corruption connected to bent police officers who had provided him with data.
He received £150,000 from the News of the World for his extraordinary haul of illegally gotten info.
A March 2011 murder trial into the Morgan killing collapsed after police supergrass evidence was rejected as tainted by the exasperated judge.