Reigning queen of comedy Julia Louis-Dreyfus graces the cover of April 24's Rolling Stone magazine, due out on stands this week. And she's nude. And she looks incredible. I'm 20 years younger than her and our bodies don't even compare. Excuse me while I cry at my desk.
The "Veep" star, who has continued to find success long after the days of "Seinfeld" and "The New Adventures of Old Christine," last made the cover in 1998. Now, she wears a temporary tattoo on her back with the words of the Constitution painted on. However, it's signed by John Hancock. Hancock signed the Declaration of Independence.
We're willing to look past this Rolling Stone snafu since it's such a hot cover. The unnecessary signature is only about an inch above her perfectly placed lower back dimples. Again, crying at my desk.