Good satire never dies.
While months ago comedian Tina Fey vowed to deep six her celebrated Sarah Palin impersonation, now she says it’s likely bound for a resurrection.
The Palin wig will soon have to “come out of the closet,” she vowed to Harper’s Bazaar.
The hook? The soon-to-come publication of Palin’s quickly written autobiography “Going Rogue.”
Fey also talked to the fashion magazine about her own famous glasses. She insists she doesn’t sport the signature specs all the time. “I don’t wear them when I am dressed up, because then I would look like Tootsie,” the Emmy-winning “30 Rock” creator and star commented.
In fact, Fey said her “30 Rock” character Liz Lemon might soon “start taking her glasses off more and more,” to seem sexier.
Fey said her life closely resembles that of Lemon. “Work, come home, play, kid bounce, work again, go to bed,” she chronicles. Fey says she often writes “30 Rock” on the way to the studio and is so tired that “sometimes I’ll be telling my husband [composer Jeff Richmond], ‘I think I’m cracking up.’ ”
The interview is the cover story in November’s Bazaar.
New York Daily News