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Rosie O’Donnell On Britney Spears, Princess Of Hearts

by | 15th, January 2008

rosie-odonnell.jpg SAYS Rosie O’Donnell on Britney Spears, via her blog :

“TWENTY SIX

I remember the tunnel as it appeared on the news, lit by headlights, flashlights, red lights. Between the cement tall pillars was a heap of twisted metal. I saw it then, and I can see it now. Diana dead .

She will be trying to get away, but they will chase her, just as they chased her into that church yesterday. There were dozens of them, jostling their way into sanctuary, elbowing past each other, just to creep closer to her. Even her last-minute, folded-hand prayers can’t be kept sacred. There can be no silent moments in a crowd; no silence, and no secrets.

All this fresh, painful frailty costs her so much, but it lines their pockets very well. A kings ransom was paid for those tabloid-ready cheap shots of her with messy hair, tear-soaked eyes , and the half-smile of a desperate baby girl.

‘I’m scared,’ she told them yesterday, when they later mobbed her at court. ‘Move back,’ she said. ‘I’m scared. Stop it. Stop it. I want to get back in the car. Just stop

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