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LIBBY INTERVIEWS...
ANNA NICOLE SMITH

Libby:

How are you holding up dear?

Anna:

Oh, I'm fine thank you.

Libby:

I think you are very brave doing an interview while you are still grieving.

Anna:

I know I just have to move on with my life.

Libby:

Grief affects different people in different ways. My mother went completely berserk when her third husband Irving died. He had a spare pair of false teeth and she would put them on to make herself feel closer to him.

Anna:

Ewwww.

Libby:

I know. The image of her at the dinner table with two sets of teeth is one that won't leave me anytime soon. Irving was a vaudeville promoter and she still can't see shadowography without crying.

Do you find yourself going through anything like that?

Anna:

I think of him every day.

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