George Stephanopoulos’ wife flashes Kimmel audience her breasts: ‘I was watching Miley and . . .’

went flashAs if the country hasn’t sunk low enough already, now Miley Cyrus’ naked-narcissistic antics that took over Sunday’s Video Music Awards show seem to be penetrating the mainstream media elite.

Ali Wentworth, wife of “Good Morning America” anchor George Stephanopoulos, decided to flash the audience her breasts during a televised segment of “Jimmy Kimmel Live” last week.

Take one guess where she got the idea.

“As an old lady with saggy breasts, I was watching Miley Cyrus and I thought, all right, I’ll play that game,” Wentworth said.

If shame were in the Stephanopoulos family vocabulary, keeping a low profile would be a good idea since his shady dealings with the Clinton Foundation were revealed, but his wife seemed ready to blaze on the publicity scene to promote her book, “Happily Ali After.”

But who cares about all that because … boobs!

Wentworth tried to make it seem like flashing the audience was an impromptu decision after running into Miley Cyrus backstage. Apparently, Cyrus had graced Kimmel’s audience with a shot of her bare boobs in the previous segment – perhaps in preparation for Sunday’s big night.

Wentworth liked Cyrus’ “game” so much, when she came on stage – she flashed the audience twice.

Let’s hope for the sake of Wentworth’s readers, her book is more original.

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