“The View” queens were surprised by a tipsy Danny DeVito during his Wednesday morning appearance on the daytime talk show.
DeVito was scheduled to promote his upcoming holiday movie “Deck the Halls,” and freely admitted he had pulled an all-nighter drinking it up with pal George Clooney, and had not slept.
“I knew it was the last seven lemoncellos that was going to get me,” the actor told the show’s co-hosts.
DeVito was animated and slurry in his speech, frequently leaning on Joy Behar.
Some of the talk surrounding DeVito’s appearance focuses on a colorful recreation of him and his wife Rhea Perlman’s “utilization” of the historic Lincoln Bedroom in the White House, when Clinton was president.
“We went in and we made it our business to really wreck the joint.”
DeVito’s publicist, Stan Rosenfeld, issued a statement to ABC that the actor has apologized to Barbara Walters, “The View’s” creator and co-host.
“He has called Barbara Walters to apologize for anything that could be construed as unfortunate,” he said.
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