Julia Louis-Dreyfus Has A Wild Theory About Marianne Williamson’s ‘Yada Yada Yada’

Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson made “yada yada yada” a thing once again during Tuesday’s debate.

And actor Julia Louis-Dreyfus, whose “Seinfeld” character Elaine Benes helped popularize the phrase in the ’90s, on Wednesday speculated with late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel about the significance of the catchphrase being uttered on the modern political stage.

“I guess she’s gonna pick me as her running mate? Is that what that means?” joked Louis-Dreyfus, who also portrayed Selina Meyer in HBO’s hit satirical comedy “Veep.”

“It’s bizarre,” she added. “It’s kind of like worlds colliding and then some, right?”

Check out the full interview here:

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