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One Hour To Discuss A Commercial

Reported by Ellen - February 11, 2005

Last night, FOX News Live with Alan Colmes featured a full hour with Candice Michelle, star of the Godaddy Superbowl commercial last weekend. The prior hour featured a debate about Social Security that lasted one-half hour. But Candice, star of a 60 second (or thereabouts) commercial in which her main job is to have the strap break on her tight tee shirt, visited the studio for a full hour to discuss her role and her acting career which so far seems as skimpy as the tee shirt.

The only other acting credits this "good actress," as Alan Colmes described her, seems to have accrued is an "erotica" film and a steady gig on Monday night wrestling. Nevertheless, we got to really know her, such as when Colmes asked, "You're a beautiful woman, you're bodacious, you have a beautiful figure. Do you find it difficult for people to take you seriously as an actress because of the way you look?"

Michelle: People can stereotype me all they want and I'm just here to prove what talent I do have.

What else did we learn? She watched the Janet Jackson wardrobe malfunction many times because she "just found it so interesting." For the record, Michelle decided it was not an accident. Also, the porn movie she made was just a stage, "kind of a live and learn experience."

Good thing Colmes terminated the interview with the Godaddy exec who was on at the beginning of the show with her so that we could spend more time getting to know Michelle better. I wouldn't have wanted to miss a word.

I Googled Ms. Michelle because I was immediately suspicious that all this publicity had some kind of a FOX connection beyond the fact that she appeared on the Superbowl. I didn't find anything direct. But I did find a notice on her website saying that she appears in the lingerie bowl, which was also promoted, via a visit from bra-clad ladies, on Neil Cavuto's show recently. Now that's interesting.

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