Letterman Celebrates 'Seinfeld's' 25th Anniversary By Illustrating that Julia Louis Dreyfus Is a Beautiful Witch that Never Ages
On last night’s Letterman, he and Julia Louis Dreyfus spent some time together talking about her career. They talked about Dreyfus’ drastic hair change on Veep (“I look like Dustin Hoffman in Tootsie”) and shared an embarrassing story about how she was mistaken for a man in the women’s restroom. They also talked about the tattoo of the Constitution she had for the cover of Rolling Stone (and the huge mistake).
They also got to chatting about the passage of time, how fast their kids have grown up, and how unbelievable it is that it’s been 25 years since Seinfeld began.
To sort of honor that, Letterman showed a classic clip of Julia Louis Dreyfus and Jerry Seinfeld from 2000, in which the two had a mini-Seinfeld reunion to perform a number from The Sound of Music.
As you can see, Julia Louis Dreyfus hasn’t aged a goddamn day in 15 years.