This could well be the first time this tool was left speechless.
Her phony warbling made Chuck Schumer look like a fool — but she hasn’t apologized to him for it.
The New York senator angrily admitted yesterday that the pop queen has not called him to say sorry after she turned last week’s inaugural bash into an unexpected Milli Vanilli concert by lip-syncing “The Star-Spangled Banner.”
“I have not heard from her before, during or after,” a testy Schumer told The Post after he was asked if Beyoncé had called him to give a musical mea culpa. “She did not talk to me at all. I didn’t say any words to her, period.”
It was clear the senator did not want to talk about the debacle at President Obama’s inauguration, which he organized and hosted.
When cornered at his regular Sunday press conference, Schumer snipped that he had no idea at the time that Beyoncé was lip-syncing.
“I couldn’t tell,” he said, “I only saw her from the back.”
Beyoncé seemed to bring down the house with a stunning rendition of the National Anthem — before the truth about her fake oratorio was uncovered. She has not apologized to anyone for the mime routine.
Schumer has been credited with drawing the pop diva and her hubby Jay-Z to the inauguration, where many said they stole the show from the president and first lady walking hand-in-hand on the steps of Capitol Hill.
Schumer was seen beaming with pride just steps behind Beyoncé while she appeared to be belting out the National Anthem.
Obama administration insiders and inauguration planners were in the dark about Beyoncé’s decision to use a prerecorded tape of her singing with the Marine Band during the swearing in. The were later left fuming over the embarrassment, according to reports.