David Spade and Bella Thorne Talk Celebrity Selfie Etiquette – Lights Out with David Spade
Drag queen RuPaul says don’t ask him
for selfies. Eek. Uh, he’s famous, uh, now for– and he’s being stopped
on the streets, even when he’s not in drag.
And he said, “I don’t, uh– I don’t– I don’t
have time to do this shit. I-I have no time for selfies.” That’s not even his quote.
I’m saying it wrong. But, uh, you get what
he’s saying. He’s not into it. Bella, do you have
any selfie rules? ‘Cause you must get it a lot
from people. -You-you have to do it.
Oh, you have to. -Yeah. -I’m with you on that.
-You know. The only thing is sometimes it’s the worst timing,
and you’re, like, you know, like, you know, uh, you know, I’m sucking my boyfriend’s
(bleep) in the bathroom at In-N-Out.
Like, don’t ask me or… I-I was at dinner
the other night, getting my (bleep) sucked,
and, uh… and, uh… (laughing) No, I was… -By her boyfriend.
-I was in– I wanted these people to just– I honestly don’t ever say no. And it’s just–
I-It’s so mean, because– It sounds crazy, but when people
see you or they see you, it’s– they’re so excited
at that second that y-you’re killing ’em. I remember a football player
said no to me once. I remember it
for the rest of my life. And so I don’t want to ruin it.
But we were eating. And then I got bamboozled, -because I was sharing,
uh, a bench -Bamboozled? with, like, a booth.
Like, a banquette, it’s called. And, um, this girl
was sitting there. So, she was with her friends
and she asked for a picture and I did it.
Then she was getting drunker. And so once they see it’s okay,
this other lady walks over. She goes,
“Please? Just one? C-Click? Me. Go. Leave.” And I go, “All right.” And then she goes like this.
(whispers) She gets, like,
ten people to come with her. I go, “No.
No, that was a trick.” And then they all crowd around. And each phone. And you go, “No, one phone.
E-mail each other.” It’s a whole shenanigans.
And then when she left, Drunkie over here goes,
“All right, I don’t like mine. Let’s do another one. Up, up.” And I go, “Up, up?”
I go, “Let me just finish this.” “No, now. We got to go.”
And I go… -I’ve had a few of those.
-And I actually tried to say no. I go, “No.”
And she goes, “No, get up,” and gave it to my friend. And she goes,
“Smile in this one.” It’s all these rules and regs. And then, uh, I guarantee you,
she’s gonna be like, “Here’s me and David Spade,
and he was a (bleep) dick.” -Oh.
-You know what I mean? I’ve had three fans now, uh,
ask me for selfies with them. -(cheering and applause)
-And– Yep. I mean it. Thank you so much.
Thank you, everybody. Thank you. Yeah,
those were the most exciting 30 secondses of my life, so I… I don’t know. I just think– It’s like, yeah,
we get it, RuPaul, it’s difficult being famous,
you know what I mean? I live with that
every single day of my life. You just got to, like,
man up, you know? Grab your sack, tuck it
between your butt cheeks, tape it down, put on your
big boy panties and get to work. I do it every day!