Julia Louis-Dreyfus' Hilarious Response To 'Rolling Stone' Cover Mistake Is Priceless
Why yes, now that you ask, Julia Louis-Dreyfus is still the greatest. Louis-Dreyfus is on this month's cover of Rolling Stone , naked and patriotic with some big letters declaring she's the First Lady of Comedy, but there's something a bit wrong with the Constitution printed on her back. But never fear: Louis-Dreyfus' response proves factual inaccuracy cannot rain on her comedic parade.
Louis-Dreyfus' bare back was emblazoned with the U.S. Constitution, but the only problem was it had John Hancock's big ol' signature stamped right over her little back dimples — a signature famous for being on the Declaration of Independence, not the Constitution.
What's more entertaining than the flub, though? Dreyfus' initial response. She tweeted: "In my defense, 'I was in a drunken stupor,' #crackexcuse." Our well of Louis-Dreyfus love is always on a tipping point between "casual love and respect" and "she is a goddess and we must worship her for all eternity," and that tweet almost made us explode.
But then she had to go and do something like this. Her second response is by far our favorite. What's not to love about a #TBT, a naked baby, a fake tattoo, and a biting sense of humor?
Keep on keeping on, JLD. We bow down.