Tina Fey Slips In Best Supermodel Vagina Joke In NBC History

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Yes, I watched the Golden Globes. 

And if you have a wife or girlfriend you did too. 

I could go on and on about my wife’s reaction to Robin Thicke’s wife’s dress, but instead I’m going right to the highlight of the entire evening — Tina Fey’s joke about Leonardo Dicaprio and a supermodel’s vagina. 

It was glorious. 

And it caused the NBC censor to have a epileptic seizure. 

Tina Fey’s introduction: “Like a supermodel’s vagina, let’s all give a warm welcome to Leonardo Dicaprio.”

Pure gold. 

It also seems as if Leonardo Dicaprio’s response might have been cut, but the audio’s so mucked up it’s hard to see. (And, yes, I meant to write mucked there). 

Yes, we heard the vagina joke, but what did he say that had Martin Scorcese laughing so hard?

(Thanks to Guyism for sending the video).

I would give anything for video from inside the NBC production booth as everyone scrambled to hit the right button after the vagina joke. (Every sentence is an unintentional double entendre right now). 

Middle-aged corpulent production veteran, screaming: “You can’t say vagina on TV!”

Chaos ensues. 

NBC was so screwed up they aired the wrong promo audio at the end of the Golden Globes too. 

God bless you, Tina Fey. 

But god bless you most of all for Margot Robbie. 

If you haven’t seen the “Wolf of Wall Street,” this scene is the second hottest in the movie. 

The hottest scene also stars Margot Robbie. 

So, yeah, you’re probably going to want to go see that movie.

Written by Clay Travis

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