Seth Rogen would pass on a photo and just call out the former White House press secretary for all those lies he told for Trump.
The actor, writer, director and producer is the latest Hollywood star to chime in on the former White House press secretary's warm reception in Los Angeles after that shocking Emmys cameo on Sunday.
Based on what Rogen tweeted Tuesday morning, the "Preacher" creator is more likely to call Spicer a "f-cking liar to his face" than kiss it, like fellow comedian James Corden did.
If I saw @seanspicer at a party I think I'd get less pleasure taking a pic with him than I would calling him a fucking liar to his face.— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) September 19, 2017
Much like that time Jimmy Fallon was subject to massive backlash for jokingly ruffling Donald Trump's hair on "The Tonight Show," people bashed the Emmys for even inviting Spicer and then piled on Corden for kissing the man.
Even Corden was "disappointed" in himself.
"Anyone ever have that feeling when you get a little drunk and then wake up the next morning and think, 'Oh god, who did I kiss last night?' It's a bit like that," Corden joked on the "Late Late Show" Monday night. "To be fair, everyone was kissing ass last night at the Emmys, I just happened to kiss the biggest one there."
"I'm disappointed by it as well," he said. "I've been reading a lot of harsh comments on Twitter today and I hear you loud and clear, truly I do. So much so, I'm really starting to regret that Carpool Karaoke we taped with Steve Bannon. It feels like a mistake today."