She took on the role of Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio during an anti-terror drill held in the city Wednesday.
And actress Jaycee Parker could not have been more thrilled over the chance to play Duterte-Carpio, calling her one of the "perfect" role models for women empowerment.
"She speaks her heart out, not afraid to tell the truth, and will do everything to protect her people," she wrote as the caption to a photo of her wearing a wig made to resemble the mayor.
"Thank you Lord at nagawa ko din siya ng maayos," added Parker, who also managed to meet Philippine National Police chief Director General Ronald dela Rosa during the drill.
Duterte-Carpio, the daughter of President Rodrigo Duterte, was not present at the exercise, and was represented by Public Safety and Security Command Center chief Benito de Leon.
The police practiced their response to a terrorist attack on a local mall.
Parker is a former member of the girl group, Viva Hot Babes. She is the partner of Isabel Granada’s ex-husband, Jericho Aguas, a Pampanga councilor.