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+1 Thanks for the edit.

I kinda wanta know which "Diva of DAYS" called Nelson a douchebag. Whoever it was, I totally agree! :D

I assume that was shorthand for the Blogger who posts spoilers and scoops for a days MB. Not an actual diva.

The Diva of Days isn't an actress on the show. She's an internet blogger/Thaao Penghlis superfan.

Yuck, really? If I were a chick, no doubt I'd magically regrow a hymen at the thought of him touching me.
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My question is, did this really warrant ALL of that reaction? I mean, a simple, "Shut the [[email protected]#$%^&*] up you tired piece of [[email protected]#$%^&*]" would do, but I guess Jamey's feeling betrayed? Perhaps he did in fact do a little ghost writing and shared that in confidence? I dunno, I don't even feel comfortable talking about these folks like they're celebrities...

If Jamey ghostwrote VR's book that's a perfect explanation about why I couldn't finish reading it.

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