During an interview in 2009, former NBC’s co-host of morning talk show “Today,” Matt Lauer told actress Sandra Bullock, “The major thing that’s changed…
During an interview in 2009, former NBC’s co-host of morning talk show “Today,” Matt Lauer told actress Sandra Bullock, “The major thing that’s changed since I’ve seen you last: I have seen you naked,” he reportedly joked about seeing the actress naked.
Bullock appeared on the show in order to promote her film “The Proposal” and the co-anchor of the morning talk show didn’t waste any time pulling her leg over the nude scene in the film.
The actress responded back with a laugh, “And I’m so sorry about that. Were you able to sleep afterwards?”
In response to her question, he smiled and said that her nude image is now his computer’s screensaver. But, the co-host of the show didn’t stop here and said of Bullock, “You’re naked for most of this movie!”
The actress shoots back with a laugh, “The Blind Side.” She vehemently disagreed with his statement and told Lauer, “No I’m not! I’m emotionally naked most of this movie.”
Lauer was continuously asking the nude-scene questions to the actress, he asked Bullock what she used to cover her private parts. The actress said in response, she used a loofah instead of washcloth as the host initially thought.
He recalled the actress once told him that she would never go nude for the movies but changed her decision for “The Proposal.” Lauer asked Bullock if it was difficult for her to do a nude scene for the film, she explained to him that she was just playing a role in the movie.
After continuous nude scene questions, they were discussing the film but Lauer again jumped to nude scene questions, at the time of wrapping up the interview with Bullock, he asked, “Did I mention you have a nude scene in this movie?”
The actress snapped back, “Pretty much from the time you opened your mouth.”
When Lauer asked her to came back soon, Bullock replied, “No, not after this interview, no.”
The resurfaced video is creating buzz amid the sexual misconduct allegations (including “inappropriate sexual behavior” with colleagues over 15 years) made against Matt Lauer.