Ever wanted to see Kevin Spacey in drag? Well ... now you can! The actor and Julia Louis-Dreyfus are swapping Vice President roles in the new issue of Entertainment Weekly.
For the mag's new covers, Spacey becomes "Veep's" Selina Meyer by donning a wig, makeup, pearls a red power suit and even a French tip manicure. The actress takes on "House of Cards'" Frank Underwood in a suit, tie and shiny dress shoes.
We have to admit -- Kevin makes one intimidating woman!
The magazine persuaded the stars to switch places for an issue about the 25 Greatest Characters on TV. If you can manage to look away from the covers, the accompanying interviews are pretty great too.
The "Seinfeld" alum dishes about her rules for great comedy, which includes "risking everything." "I really mean that. Don't be afraid to look ugly. Don't be afraid to look a fool. Just risk," she says.
"It's why I can't really watch that Seinfeld dance," she adds. "I just look like such an a--hole and such a buffoon. But you've got to be willing to go there, to look ugly and unattractive, and do that thing to find your way to a true, good place, comedically or dramatically."
Meanwhile, Spacey shares his spot-on impression of Morgan Freeman. "Anything he says [can] sound like poetry. If you take … just the right amount … of pauses."
To read the full interviews, pick up a copy of this week's Entertainment Weekly, on stands Friday.