Charlize Theron Invited President Obama to a Strip Club

In our May cover story, Scott Raab describes Charlize Theron as a quiet warrior. It’s a fair assessment, based on Theron’s own descriptions of herself.

The actress says she’s extremely shy and prone to blurting out inappropriate jokes. “Verbal diarrhea,” she calls it.

On last night’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the Mad Max star gave an example of her accident-prone behavior.

The last time Theron was on the show, President Obama was a guest, and the two wound up in casual, backstage conversation. A few minutes in, Theron invites the Commander-in-Chief to a strip club. We’ll leave the explanation of how that wound up happening to Theron.

Charlize Theron Invited President Obama to a Strip Club
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