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Stay with us a sec here, but, darlings, Meg Ryan's got more nerve than Russell Crowe's butt has cellulite. See, we hauled our not-yet-lipoed asses over to Westwood last night for the premiere of The Women, a remake of one of our fave films.
Think of it as a mix between Sex and the City and the Spice Girls circa the reunion tour with fab getups. The all-gal flick deals with myriad kinds of raggy relationship drama, par-tick infidelity.
Speaking of which, we caught up with Meg Ryan looking gorge, minus her strange lips—whomever they belong to, we simply have no idea. M.R.'s character, Mary, has to decide whether or not to take back her scum of a man after a cheating incident. Meg-doll has had her fair share of public relationship drama regarding this subject, natch, so we asked her if she would take back a dude who's been unfaithful—ya know, if someone did to her what she did to Dennis Quaid?
The peroxided pixie started shaking her head and said, "I doubt it. I don't know, I mean that's what we all talk about. We're all constantly talking about it, the ex factor, both in the film and on set," Meg-poo dished strangely.
It was as if she was talking about the whole stepping-out dynamic in the third person. I dunno, maybe that's how she's gotten through the tabloid-tried days all this time since she broke up her marriage with Quaid, via Russell Crowe while they were making Proof of Life?
Back to the cheating expert: "In Mary's case, she really loves this guy. Does she stay or does she go? She has a daughter [just like Ryan has a son with Quaid]. I think [writer-director Diane English] makes an interesting case both ways. We had a lot of discussion about that."
OK then, babe, since you're so comfortable talking more in the ethereal sense, let's get to the basics: