Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Scar Story is "Grim," per Tina Fey

Level Ten's Celebrity Buzz Report supplies us with additional information regardin Tina Fey's scar. It also makes those of us with a burning curiosity feel better, as we are not alone.

They state: "Tina Fey is searched over a 1200 times a day. What are people most currious about, her scar. Tina Fey scar is searched 99 times a day. What is the scar skinny? Although she won’t discuss it. 'It’s a childhood injury that was kind of grim,' she said. 'And it kind of bums my parents out for me to talk about it.'"

We learn: (1) Everyone wants to know about Fey's scar. (2) She chooses not to discuss the matter. (3) It dates back to childhood. (4) The story is a grim tale that bothers her parents.

This articles says she "won't discuss" the scar. Saturday Night Live stated Tina Fey doesn't like discussing the scar, leaving the possibility for revelation open. Which source is accurate? I enjoyed the article about Tina Fey (which included more than just the scar notes) at Level Ten, but for now I will defer to SNL and hold on to my belief that we might find an answer straight from her mouth.

You can read the full piece here.

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