Last weekend, Tina Fey made a brief, hilarious return to the Saturday Night Live stage to of Republican Vice-Presidential candidate Sarah Palin in a skit that quickly became an internet phenomenon. And surprisingly, in a new interview, the Alaska governor admits to being both flattered and intimidated.
"I watched with the volume all the way down," Palin admits to Fox News Channel's Hannity & Colmes in an interview set to air tonight. "I thought it was hilarious. I thought she was spot-on."
While she was impressed by Tina's portrayal of her, the possible VP reveals that it's no news to her that she bears a striking resemblance to the 30 Rock star. "They’ve been saying that for years up in Alaska," she explains. "In fact, I dressed up as Tina Fey once for Halloween. So we’ve been doing that before Tina Fey has been doing that!"
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