Glenn Beck shared a hilarious embarrassing story about his recent trip to the Netflix studio on Friday’s “The Glenn Beck Radio Program.”
While standing in the hall ahead of a meeting, Glenn noticed a stunning painting on the wall that depicted Frank Underwood, who is played by Kevin Spacey in Netflix’s hit “House of Cards,” sitting in Lincoln’s famous chair from the Lincoln Memorial.
He gushed over the detailed painting to another employee from TheBlaze who was there, saying, “Man, that is beautiful. … Look at that, fantastic.”
Then the pair suddenly realized that they weren’t alone in the hallway and had missed the fact that Oscar-winning actress Angelina Jolie was actually standing underneath the enormous “House of Cards” painting. It likely seemed as if Glenn had spotted her and started gushing.
Glenn reiterated that he should never be allowed to interact with celebrities; however, there was a silver lining.
“She looked exactly like she does in the movies,” he said.
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