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Were the Breasts Natural or Not?

Reported by Ellen - November 27, 2004

Believe it or not, this was the topic of serious questioning by Alan Colmes last night during the encore airing of his radio interview with porn star and California gubernatorial candidate Mary Carey.

"They're natural, I swear," cooed Carey in-between come-ons to Colmes.

"Then why did you say they were enhanced?" Colmes, ever the prepared host, quoted an old interview in which she had said just that.

Carey squealed some kind of explanation that I didn't quite catch. It had something to do with her trying to emulate other porn stars who enhanced theirs. I have to admit I wasn't paying really close attention. I heard this interview the first time it aired and did not find Ms. Carey a particularly compelling subject then. She hasn't gained a lot of interest for me since despite the fact that the "Did she or did she not" breast controversy seemed entirely fresh and unfamiliar from the last go round.

This interview was paired with a repeat of Colmes' interview with Joe Piscopo, a potential candidate for governor of NJ. I believe the package was supposed to represent actors in politics but I can assure you that not much politics was discussed. Instead, I learned more (again) than I ever wanted to know about Carey's sex life and her problems finding true love. Apparently, being a porn star makes that difficult.

"Come on," Colmes said. "You can get any guy you want."

"Yes, but I get bored," Carey said sulkily. "But I wouldn't get bored with you..."

Colmes made it quite clear he is committed to his wife and not interested in Carey's advances. Nevertheless, he really pressed her on the breast enhancement issue. She offered to let him touch them as proof. I think that ended the debate.

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