Julia dreyfus naked
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. Amanda Bynes was never diagnosed with schizophrenia, her lawyer says.
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Julia Louis-Dreyfus pulls up to the mouth of the Temescal Canyon hiking trail in the Pacific Palisades area of Los Angeles in her gray Tesla, then jumps out in a flurry. This is the morning ritual Louis-Dreyfus prefers: a stout hike after rising from bed around 6 a. Louis-Dreyfus leads a quiet life here in the Palisades, at her s home retrofitted with solar power and energy-saving measures like compact fluorescent light bulbs. Her younger son, coming up on six feet four, is a star basketball player, and last night she cheered her heart out for him in the state quarterfinals. Louis-Dreyfus arrives at an overlook now, pausing for a moment to take in the Pacific Ocean, Century City and her neighborhood of mostly gleaming white multimillion-dollar homes set like teeth on the surrounding hills.
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Julia Louis-Dreyfus: The First Vice President to Pose Naked (Since Mondale)
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.
It was also a given that Segel would get to be the romantic lead of the movie, even though he invited audiences to laugh at his body earlier on. Funny women have recently made inroads into joining Segel in being naked more — and, in doing so, lessening one particular type of inequality within comedy. Pretty women could be naked so that they could be looked upon. Funny women, meanwhile, kept their clothes on so nobody had to think about their bodies.
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