Julia Louis-Dreyfus looks fantastic in the nude, photographed from behind for the cover of Rolling Stone magazine -- even if the faux-tattoo on her back is historically inaccurate. The year-old seemed to expect the cover to generate social-media buzz, even before the gaffe was snarkily pointed out. Constitution, signed by one John Hancock. Matt Walsh plays Mike McLintock, hapless public-relations pro to fictional Vice President Selina Meyer and the butt of countless jokes on the cable comedy. Designer Tom Ford reveals he and Richard Buckley are married.
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It sounds like one of the hilarious awkward plots her character Elaine Benes suffered through on Seinfeld. While shooting her latest film Downhill in Austria, Julia Louis-Dreyfus took time out of her busy schedule to go to the sauna. But the year-old's relaxation was cut short when she, while completely nude, walked in on two naked men already enjoying the steamy atmosphere. Pictured on Seinfeld. She added: 'I just went, 'Boop! I am not comfortable in that situation, but no disrespect to anyone who is. Julia told the Herald Sun on Saturday: 'I will go naked in the sauna, but in Austria I walked in and there were two naked men there.
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Constitution inked on her back. Someone must have been: Prominently above her derriere is the famously grand signature of founding father John Hancock. Only problem: He didn't sign the Constitution; he signed the Declaration of Independence, as numerous online jeers, from Politico to the New York Daily News , pointed out. Oh, well, it may have been deliberate: Louis-Dreyfus' plays the Veep as kind of hapless anyway. He's the Veep character played by Matt Walsh who is the Veep's communications director.
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