Comedian Tina Fey graces the cover of Vanity Fair’s January 2009 issue.
On the cover, 38-year-old Fey, who is a former cast member of the iconic Saturday Night Live, is holding what appears to be a vintage American flag as she mockingly stands "on top of the world."
On the cover, Tina Fey is rocking a very short white dress that comes with a flaring hem and red and white slivers.
In the interview, the comedian talks about a plethora of issues, including her Sarah Palin imitations.
"The debate raged about the politics of Sarah Palin’s appearance on S.N.L. Did it help her? Did it hurt her? Was it demeaning to politics? Were late-night shows determining the election? Should a comedian care?" asks Vanity Fair. "After weeks of appearing on S.N.L. as Palin, Fey opted to minimize the onstage interaction when the real Palin finally showed up, and despite reams of speculation the reason wasn’t fundamentally political."
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Tina Fey Does Vanity Fair
- By: lourdes sanchez bayasDec 2, 2008