Score one for Team Nerd.
Her "30 Rock" alter ego Liz Lemon may be doomed with a junk food obsession, the occasional moustache and a penchant for wearing "Night Spanx," but you'd never guess that from funnywoman Tina Fey's knockout turn on the cover of Vogue's March issue.
While the cover features a specs-free Fey in a plunging (and we do mean plunging) green Prada dress, the inside portfolio -- shot by Mario Testino -- also features the comedienne in a black Dolce & Gabbana bodysuit and mouse ears. Watch your back, Lady Gaga.
So how did she enjoy her stint as a supermodel for a day?
"I was posing for [Mario Testino] and he was talking from behind the camera and he was like, 'You have to fliiiirt, darleeeng," the Fey recalls in an interview with Jonathan Van Meter. "You have to bee-leeve you are wuuuurthy to on the cover.'
"And then at one point he said very quietly, 'Lift your chin, darling. You are not eighteen.' And I was like, 'You probably say that to all the 23-year olds.'"
"People will say, 'Oh, fashion magazines are so bad, they're giving girls a negative message' -- but we're also the fattest country in the world, so it's not like we're all looking at fashion magazines and not eating," Fey notes.
"Maybe it just starts a shame cycle: I'm never going to look like that model, so... Chicken McNuggets it is! And conversely, I don't look at models who are crazy skinny and think I want to look like that, because a lot of them are gigantic, with giant hands and giant feet."
Plus, check out Vanity Fair's Hollywood issue.