Julia Louis Dreyfus wears only the words of the Constitution for an epic Rolling Stone cover

Julia Louis Dreyfus has had us laughing in front of our television sets for years. From her days on Seinfeld to her recent work on Veep, Dreyfus surely is deserving of her Rolling Stone cover title “The First Lady of Comedy.” 

Dreyfus is seen in one of the most interesting cover ensembles we’ve come across so far this year. True, Dreyfus is pictured actually wearing nothing at all. Yet, she is decorated with the words of America’s founding fathers. She is seen with what could be mistaken for a tattoo of the Constitution running from top to bottom on her back. America the beautiful, right? We have it on good authority that this work of art is not permanent. 

Set to hit newsstands this Friday, we’re wondering if this issue will warrant supermarket censoring. You know what we’re talking about, right? Those black boards that cover up naked body parts in conservative parts of the country? {Rolling Stone}


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