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To tell the tooth.

I was 8 and on set for one of my first movie roles. I had lost a baby tooth and was given a replacement tooth for my scene. At lunch, I took the fake chopper out and put it on my food tray. Afterward, I totally forgot the tooth was on the tray, and dumped it into the garbage. I was searching through the trash when this really cute boy who was also in the movie walked by. As I was throwing banana peels and empty soda cans over my shoulder, he asked, "Did you lose something?" I responded, "I lost my tooth!" He looked at me, confused, and said, "Won't it grow back?" Still toothless, I explained the ordeal to him.
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Title Annotation:Celeb Moment; embarrassing moments
Publication:Girls' Life
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Feb 1, 2006
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