„The first time I felt I was famous was when I went to the movies with my mom. I had gone to the loo, and someone in the bathroom said in a very loud voice, "Girl in stall No. 1 were you in "Mystic Pizza?"“

I paused and I said, yeah that was me.
People Magazine 8/22/99

Última atualização 22 de Maio de 2020. História
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