Hey, mistakes happen!
Especially when you're in "a drunken stupor," as Julia Louis-Dreyfus joked she was when she posed nude on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.
On Wednesday, the music mag unveiled it's cover with a caught-off-guard Dreyfus stark naked in the image, an inked rendition of the U.S. Constitution on her back.
The problem? John Hancock's name is on the Declaration of Independence, not the Constitution.
Louis-Dreyfus once again channeled her "Veep" character Selina Meyer and tried to pass the buck.
"Yet another Matt f***-up," she said in a tweet acknowledging the mistake, trying to pin it on Matt Walsh's "Veep" character, Mike McLintock. "Dummy."
Speaking of mistakes. . .
"On Wednesday, the music mag unveiled it's cover with.... "
If she was a Repug, she would just deny the signature, claiming it to be something else.
and the clock is reset back to 15 minutes...14 minutes 59 seconds....58 seconds....
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