It was Mitt Romney’s night, Clint Eastwood stole the show, and InvisibleObama is now a Twitter sensation. But it was the Empty Chair that made it all possible. Entertainment Weekly sat down
on with the chair of the moment to discuss how it all came together.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: When did you get the call that you would be performing with Clint Eastwood?
EMPTY CHAIR: Not until the last minute, but I’ve known Clint for years. We did some work together in the 70s — he broke me over a few guys’ backs in the Philo Beddoe movies. When I retired to Florida a few years back, we kept in touch. Then he called and said he was coming to the RNC, and this just seemed like a perfect opportunity to do something again. READ FULL STORY