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Star Jones - Uncut

3/29/2007 12:55 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

Star Jones dollYou know you want her. It's the Colorforms-like cutouts from your childhood, now available on eBay in this sophisticated Star Jones cutout doll!

That's right, the slimmed down TV hostess, seen here in her previous incarnation as a husky love machine, can now adorn your coffee table, workstation -- or you can just prop her up in your bed and dream!

Comes complete with uncut clothing, including gold pants, black sweater with fur trim, even a kicky turban!

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1.

Dottie    

That's a damn shame.
Where's the Rosie O'Donnell or Roseanne Barr doll?

2734 days ago
2.

uniformsformilitarypersonnelonly    

I forgot to mention.... she's also NOT A CELEBRITY. She's a bottom feeder attorney. And she's obviously not good at representing the law or else she'd be doing it.

2734 days ago
3.

haha    

star wish she look that good. The women is UGLY!!!! inside and out..

2734 days ago
4.

me    

She looked sooo much better when she was 300+ pounds, sad to say.

2734 days ago
5.

GET REAL    

Star Jones Reynolds earned her law degree from the University of Houston. After three years in general trials with the Brooklyn District Attorney’s office, she moved to the Homicide Bureau, where her work earned her a promotion to senior assistant district attorney in 1991, paving the way for 31 out of 33 felony trial convictions. It was at this time that she caught the attention of Court TV® and was chosen to serve as a studio commentator during the William Kennedy Smith rape trial.

Reynolds was quickly lined up as a guest on NBC’s Today and, a few months later, became the legal correspondent for Today and NBC Nightly News, covering the latest developments in the Mike Tyson rape case and the Rodney King police brutality trial. She landed an exclusive interview with Tyson after the imprisoned ex-heavyweight champion had dodged the press for a year and an exclusive interview with King after the sentencing of the two L.A. cops convicted of violating his civil rights. That success led to her syndicated show, Jones & Jury.

In 1995, Reynolds was named a senior correspondent and chief legal analyst for Inside Edition and assigned the O.J. Simpson criminal and civil trials. She was the only news correspondent to obtain an exclusive interview with Simpson during the civil trial. From August 1997 to June 2006, she co-hosted the Emmy® Award-winning talk show The View on ABC.

2734 days ago
6.

jenn    

you have got to be kidding

2734 days ago
7.

Jeff    

SJR obviously has time to fill since she can post on TMZ in the middle of the afternoon. Isn't that right 'Peace Love & Happiness'?

2734 days ago
8.

the one    

Man you guys need to get some real reporters in there. WTF!!!

2734 days ago
9.

Brother Harold, S.J.    

SHE LOOKS LIKE REV. AL SHARPTON IN DRAG.

2734 days ago
10.

daeja    

shes gross her body is a mess when her arms are up in the air and all the excess fat is swinging all over the place eeeeeewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww NASTY CAN U SAY LIPO

2734 days ago
11.

3.14    

Omg! now doesn't she look much better plump???? it wasn't so bad! compared to now she looks great in the cut out.............question: Why is this news? Why why why?

2734 days ago
12.

White Rabbit    

#5, get a grip -- I bet she slept with OJ in order to get that "exclusive."

As for the cutout -- a buck .99, huh? I think they're overcharging this by at least $2.00.

2734 days ago
13.

Amber    

Barbie has Ken right, so only fair that the Star doll should come with a "Big Gay Al" companion doll. Two for the price of one. Both worth nothing.

2733 days ago
14.

PhillipP    

As bad as Star looked fat she looks even worse now. I wonder if Gay Al wrote the comment that was straight out of her publicity page.

2733 days ago
15.

lilybelle    

I think Gay Al has done something with Star's eyeballs, damn things look like they are about to pop out of her ugly face.

2730 days ago
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