Julia Louis-Drefyus Has One Regret About The Fly That Landed On Mike Pence's Head

A fly was one of the liveliest moments in the Vice Presidential debate Wednesday night between Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris after landing on Pence's head.
The entire episode - in which the fly stayed on Pence's head for about two minutes - seemed like a script-shot moment straight out of Hollywood.
But it wasn't and that's why Julia Louis-Dreyfus is so upset.
"Well, I really wish we'd thought about it on @veephbo," the actor said on Instagram Wednesday night alongside a photo of the fly on pence.
"Who controls this fly?" she quipped.
Fans joined in with comments on their Instagram post, calling the fly a "national treasure" and an "American hero," while screenwriter and actress Lena Waithe said the fly felt "a little bit".
Stephen Colbert, host of the "Late Show," let go of his show after the fly-gate, joking that Pence "sucked so much it attracts flies".
"All jokes aside, thoughts and prayers to the family of this fly. It has had to be quarantined for two weeks now," he said, referring to the coronavirus outbreak in the White House. "We have to bring this fly to Walter Reed."
Other celebrities also took part:
While former Attorney General Eric Holder asked the important question:
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