Oops! Fox News Host Says Leonardo DiCaprio Painted the Mona Lisa
Host Shepard Smith accidentally said that the Hollywood actor had painted the Mona Lisa, rather than Leonardo da Vinci.
Leonardo DiCaprio isn't just a Hollywood star or an environmental activist, he also painted the Mona Lisa - according to Fox News.
He made the gaffe as he discussed a story about scientists trying to identify the model used in the famous potrait. While he didn't acknowledge the mistake, social media users were more than happy to point out his error.
In 2013, DiCaprio told the The Wall Street Journal that he was named after the painter.
"My dad says he and my mom were visiting the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy, and stopped to look at a Leonardo da Vinci painting," he said. "My mom was pregnant with me, and I started kicking furiously, so my dad said, 'That is an omen.'"
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