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Girl Gone Wild

NEW YORK — In a single bound Janice Dickinson crosses the lobby of the very corporate Omni Berkshire Place hotel on 52nd Street and greets a photographer with "Where do you want me?" A couch in the lounge won’t do, she says; it clashes...

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"Here’s the deal-io," says Dickinson. "Humor can pull you out of any situation. Of course, sometimes I have a problem in my 12-step meetings when someone’s starting to share and I start to hysterically laugh. That’s not very good." But Dickinson has managed to take what life has offered and work it. The book will be translated into a feature film as well as a TV series and Dickinson is busy planning the launch of a signature fragrance and cosmetics line — although she keeps mum about the details for now.

She’s also putting together a second book. "It’s filled with the hundreds of thousands that didn’t make book one. You all know who you are," she says, leaning in close to the tape recorder. "Damn skippy, baby. I’ve lived my life full throttle. Vroom, vroom. I’m Janice, baby. I broke the mold. Vroom, vroom. On my way to book two. It’s going to be a hoot and holler."
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