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Spears / Pinsky Interview #852666

CNN Evening News for Monday, Feb 19, 2007
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(Studio: Kiran Chetry) The extreme makeover for pop princess Britney Spears with her shaving her head and getting new tattoos reviewed; details given about her life and rumors about it. [Hair stylist Esther TOGNOZZI†- recounts what happened as she shaved off her own hair.] [Tattoo artist Emily WINN-HUGHES†- recounts what Brit said.]

(Studio: Kiran Chetry) Live interview held with addiction specialist Drew Pinsky about Britney's state of mind. [From Los Angeles, PINSKY - offers an assessment of Britney's stressful situation and the possible extent of the danger in her case since she left a rehab facility; notes that the behavior may indicate serious issues.] Letter from Britney's former assistant Felicia Culotta on That Other Blog quoted.

Reporter(s):
Chetry, Kiran
Duration:
00:06:40

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