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(MSNBC)   Terminal cancer patient becomes honorary CoverGirl model, still looks healthier than the average model   ( divider line
    More: Sappy, COVERGIRL, Talia Castellano, cancer patients, urban decay, patients  
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2012-10-19 09:35:00 AM  
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YouBWrong: spentmiles: She radiates an unforgettable glow.

That's the chemo.

Swing and a miss...we were looking for Radiation Therapy...better luck next time champ...
2012-10-19 09:47:26 AM  
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Cymbal: Inspiring story, but isn't 13 a little young to be using the whore setting of your makeup gun?

Thinking that with what she's going through (I'm sure even her appearance causes substantial anxiety for a teenage girl), if that gives her some extra self confidence... why the heck shouldn't she? There's a line, but I think you can slide it a little bit for certain cases like that.
2012-10-19 08:32:43 AM  
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KrispyKritter: little cutie. how ellen got on cover girl commercials is beyond me.

This might answer your question:

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2012-10-19 07:28:14 AM  
1 vote:
She actually looks happy to be a model. That might be a first.
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