Rice's sizzling lap-dance for Bush!
Actress Pia Glenn’s role in the Broadway show You're Welcome America: A Final Night With George W. Bush, as US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, was the most notable from among all.entertainment Updated: Feb 03, 2009 17:07 IST
Actress Pia Glenn’s role in the Broadway show You're Welcome America: A Final Night With George W. Bush, as US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, was the most notable from among all.
Will Ferrell played the part of former President George Bush, but he did not make much of an impression than Glenn, who was dressed in a skin-tight, siren-red business suit and 3-inch heels.
The Broadway play features 90 minutes of hilarious presidential flubs and flashbacks, and a five-minute skit that shows Bush fantasizing about an X-rated relationship with Rice.
Channelling a super-sultry Rice, Glenn, 32, appears on stage out of the mist just as a presidential-looking Ferrell reminisces about his cabinet and bumps and grinds her way around Bush and the presidential desk.
She is said to have thrilled the audience with her none speaking role, and when asked what was the most challenging part of her role, she answered, “Nothing, it's a dream.”
“She was spot on,” the New York Daily News quoted David Burstein, 20, who travelled from Philadelphia to see the show, as saying.
“Her entrance was fantastic. She sort of steals the show,” he added.
Glenn takes it to the next level, as she slides seductively around Bush, with her legs splayed, and he warms his hands off the heat from her red panties.
“It was dead-on perfect,” Joe Crock, 21, a librarian from Baltimore said.
“The girl's got moves. I've never seen a hotter relationship in my life,” he added.