Actor Seth Rogen bragged on the late show that he refused to take a picture with Speaker of the House Paul Ryan.
Actor Seth Rogen bragged about refusing to take a photo with outgoing House Speaker Paul Ryan during an appearance on “The Late Show” Friday night.
“‘No way, man!'” he recalled telling Ryan, “And I couldn’t stop. I said, ‘Furthermore, I hate what you’re doing with the country at this moment.'”
Rogen explained to host Stephen Colbert that he had been invited to speak at an event hosted by Utah Republican Senate candidate Mitt Romney about brain health — since Rogen has a charity that benefits those with Alzheimers — and he stumbled into a chance meeting with Speaker Ryan.
At one point, two very young, white teenage men … they asked to take a picture with me. They’re maybe 16, 17. Very nice fans — clearly fans of mine.
And then they said, ‘Our Dad wants to meet you,’ and I turned around and Paul Ryan was walking towards me. My whole body puckered, as it were. I tensed up. And … I didn’t know what to do!
Rogen said that Ryan shook his hand then asked for a photo himself. Admitting he felt a little conflicted because Ryan’s sons were still standing close by, Rogen said that he just couldn’t help himself.
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