The beginning of an erotic adult video is circling the internet because of its reference to queer icon Jennifer Coolidge. Honestly, it’s iconic.
The video was released by Corbin Fisher and shows a gay couple cuddled up on the couch watching a video on their phone. It’s a clip of Jennifer Coolidge where she played the chaotic Aunt Sandy in Netflix‘s queer rom-com Single All the Way.
“It’s because the gays just know how to do stuff, you know? They’re survivors and, for some reason, they are always obsessed with me. I don’t know why, I like it.”
After watching the clip, one of the stars tells his companion, “She’s right, gays do know how to do stuff.” We will leave it to you to guess what happens next.
Of course, gay Twitter is obsessing over the clip and declaring it the “best intro of all time.” One user suggested using this video as a blueprint for advertisements during Pride month.
honestly best porn intro of all time I remained engaged in the plot https://t.co/AEtpgDjn1J
— evil villain (@We3d_add1ct) March 5, 2023
This is the kind of advertising we need for pride month. Lmao
— Joce Hope (@jocehope1) March 5, 2023
How Did Coolidge Respond to the Video
The video has gained millions of views and even made it to Coolidge herself. In a now-deleted post, writer Evan Ross Katz shared a text exchange with Coolidge where he sent her the clip. “You’re the opening to a gay porn. You’ve REALLY made it,” he wrote.
In reply, Coolidge said, “I haven’t laughed that hard in a long time; that is so f**king funny.” We could not agree more!
Coolidge’s resurgence in Hollywood is thanks to her role in the popular HBO Max series The White Lotus. Her portrayal as the unhinged, unstable Tanya McQuoid earned her six awards over the last few years, including her first Golden Globe. Since then, the 61-year-old actress has been making headlines for her desire to play a dolphin in her next role and her incredible Super Bowl commercial for e.l.f Cosmetics.
Her latest project has Coolidge playing a campy TV medium aside David Harbor and Anthony Mackie in Netflix’s We Have a Ghost.