Julia Louis-Dreyfus is Naked on ‘Rolling Stone’ Cover with the Constitution on Her Back!

April 9, 2014
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Julia Louis-Dreyfus has made quite the impression naked on ‘Rolling Stone’ magazine’s cover, that is, except for the U.S. Constitution written on her back! The former ‘Seinfeld’ star and current star of HBO’s ‘Veep’ has caused a stir with the visuals and with her outspokenness.




We have seen people wearing the U.S. flag, but wearing the U.S. Constitution is unchartered territory. It’s destined to be yet another ‘Rolling Stone’ iconic cover, as it dubs Julia Louis-Dreyfus the ‘First Lady of Comedy.’

It’s safe to say that now with all of the buzz over the cover, there are significantly more people who have heard of ‘Veep,’ her satirical political series on HBO in which she portrays Selina Meyer, the titular fictional U.S. Vice President.

And, if nothing else, the 53-year-old actress proves that you can have a gorgeous body worth showing off if you are past 40 or 50 or 60 or 70 on up. There are plenty of 23-year-olds who would love to look that good.

And the comedian announced the cover with characteristic humor, as she Tweeted it, saying, “In my defense, “I was in a drunken stupor” #crackexcuse” Yes, the all-purpose Toronto Mayor Rob Ford defense!

In the interview, she reflected upon her success as a woman in comedy, a legacy which dates back to ‘Saturday Night Live’ in the 1980s, saying, “”There is sexism – I’m not denying its existence. But I’m saying that I will deny its effort against me. I just pay it no nevermind and say, ‘Get out of my way.'”

And indeed she has done just that. She also talked about how being a fictional Veep has led to meeting two real Veeps; Al Gore –“who did win, by the way” she says — and Joe Biden, of whom she says, reminiscing about having had dinner with him, “He loves to tell stories, and I’m a good listener. I loved that dinner. There was no cynicism, just a very earnest jubilation about being there.”

She also dispelled rumors of her supposed wealth, an assumption some have made because of her father’s company, the Louis Dreyfus corporation, valued in the billions. She was gleeful in shooting down that speculation, saying, “I’ve been attached to that. It’s unbelievable, because whatever I do, people just assume it’s true. Welcome to the f–kin’ Internet.”

Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ ‘Rolling Stone’ topless cover photo by Mark Seliger which has caused the buzz can be seen here.







Pictures: PR Photos



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