Kathie Lee Gifford walked right into it.
"You are so beloved -- of course for your work -- but as much for your mouth," Gifford began. "You say whatever you want to say."
“Thank God it’s, hasn’t been… not passed on television,” Stritch said. “If you just say things naturally, it’s fine. They’re just thinking 'f**k.'"
Kobt giggled, leaving Gifford to exclaim, "Oh dear, oh dear!"
“I meant a serious point by that,” Stritch added.
At 89 years old, the blunt comedian has shown no signs of slowing down. She debuted her official Twitter account last week and is out promoting her documentary Shoot Me.
LOVE these broads, but no F'ING way they get the last word on this show! pic.twitter.com/vvKvJXLNeR— Elaine Stritch (@ElaineStritch) February 18, 2014
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