Jennifer Coolidge asked about her 'best d**k' after she did American Pie
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Stifler's mum - aka Jennifer Coolidge - is nothing short of a nineties legend and now she's spilt the beans about her 'best d**k' after American Pie.
In case your memory needs refreshing, the actor famously played bad boy Stifler's mum, who decides to give his otherwise virgin friend, Finch, a night to remember in the hit 1999 movie.
While such behaviour almost certainly wouldn't fly these days, American Pie is arguably a product of its time, and it saw the star, now 61, become one of the famous MILFs of all time.
Now she's looked back on what the film did for dating life and admitted that her own personal life would have been seriously boring without the film.
"American Pie was just - it helped my dating life in a way that I can't ever explain. If I hadn't had that movie, I don't think… Well, let’s just say it would've been a very dull decade," she said.
However, while this is an exciting revelation in and of itself, the actor was asked for all the details, and she didn't hold back when questioned about her best lover in its wake.
She wasn't asked this question by anyone either, but none other than singing sensation, Ariana Grande.
The 'Thank u, Next' singer asked: "You've spoken publicly about the tremendous impact that playing Stifler's mom has had on your life. In particular, how much d**k it's gotten you.
"Do you remember the best d**k you got from playing Stifler's mom? Do you keep in touch?"
Grande assured the actor that she'd completely understand if she didn't want to answer the question, but Coolidge had no qualms about opening up.
"No, I'm glad you asked this because, you see, I did say that jokingly and, God, you really can't make jokes in our town, because I did make the terrible mistake of saying, 'Thank God for that movie, I got to sleep with 200 men,' or whatever.
"I would love to say that was true, but I mean, that was sort of an exaggeration - so I'm glad you're asking me," Coolidge said.
She then clarified that what she meant was that the film introduced her to a 'broader group of handsome men - and younger men' including one who was 'very, very charming'.
"This one guy was particularly young - legal, of course, it was all very legal," she said. "I won't get into the details.
"But afterwards, the next morning, I told him I needed to get a blow dry. So he was so young, we called his mother to see where I could get a blow dry. It was so weird that happened on the phone - it was very clear that we were in the bed together."
Hilariously, she said that if she had been this young man's mum, she imagined she'd have been starstruck by her son's endeavours.
"I'm sure she was very thrilled and starstruck. I would’ve been thrilled. I would've been like, 'Wow. Hello. What an honour to meet you,' Grande said before adding that she got a solid recommendation for her blow dry.
We can only wonder what this 'very, very charming' man went on to tell his friends - although we imagine they would have never believed him even if he did say something.
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