Seinfeld's Kesha moment is now a work of art | New mural in Melbourne

Seinfeld's Kesha moment is now a work of art

New mural in Melbourne

comedyThe awkward red-carpet encounter between Jerry Seinfeld and Kesha is officially a work of art.

A street artist called Lush has captured the moment the comedian slapped down the singer’s request for a hug with an unequivocal ‘no thanks’ in a mural.

The work has appeared in the hipster suburb of Fitzroy in Melbourne, Australia:

And let’t just take a moment to relive that beautiful moment again…

Published: 16 Jun 2017

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