That wasn't a very interesting interview at all - The questions were so plain and boring =/
Also, I really hope Salome is right because I too believe that she knows she has an eating disorder, she just doesnt want the whole world to be involved - and to be honest, neither would I if I had one.
P.S Thanks Mantenna for the interview
Cassie, I hope you're reading this!! As the old saying goes honesty is the best policy ...........Anyway I know a few Oklahoma-to-NYC transplants and they have a love-hate relationship with NYC. You can hear them say "I love NY" and "I hate NY" within the same hour
Originally Posted by -ANTM-
You know, just for a lark, I went and clicked on some of those insider video clips on the ANTM site (which are interesting, BTW) and even the girls in the house were talking about how miserable Cassie was and how she didn't want to be there anymore, so I don't think it was just the editting.
Originally Posted by nausicaa
Now if only 18-year-old Mary-Kate admits her adult problems.... Someone Cassie can look up to.
Yeah, if she admitted her problems, did the talk show circuit, I think people would rush to embrace and support her. But as it is, I don't see this happening. Its too bad.
"Mary-Kate is my thin-spiration."
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