Julia Louis-Dreyfus bares all for the new issue of Rolling Stone, posing coyly on the magazine's cover wearing nothing but a large back tattoo of the preamble to the United States Constitution.
The Veep star and Seinfeld alum, 53, quipped about the racy cover on Twitter. "In my defense, 'I was in a drunken stupor' #crackexcuse," she wrote Tuesday.
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In the accompanying interview, Louis-Dreyfus says that the rampant cursing on Veep is "a pleasure, which is the understatement of the universe," and that she's had the opportunity to meet real-life Vice Presidents Al Gore ("who did win [the 2000 presidential election], by the way," she notes) and Joe Biden.
Also, a Senate aide tells Rolling Stone that Veep is "way more realistic than House of Cards." (Is that a good thing?!)
The issue of Rolling Stone hits newsstands Friday. What do you think of Louis-Dreyfus' cover?