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Barbara Bush
  • Has smoked "in real life" (IRL) = Probably, unconfirmed
  • Profession = first daughter
  • Her entry in the Internet Movie Database (IMDb)
  • Miscellaneous information
              •  "It looks like U.S. President George W. Bush's twin daughters, Jenna and Barbara, have landed themselves in the spotlight again. In this month's issue of Rolling Stone Magazine, actor Ashton Kutcher, who stars in That 70's Show, spills the juicy details of partying with the twins last year, when they toked up ... 'The Bushes were underage drinking at my house. When I checked outside, one of the Secret Service guys asked me if they'd be spending the night. I said no. And then I go upstairs to see another friend and I can smell the green wafting under his door. I open the door, and there he is smoking out the Bush twins on his hookah'", Ottawa Citizen, May 8, '03
              •  "Ashton Kutcher bared his pecs on the cover of [Rolling Stone Magazine], boasting inside that he once brought First Twins Jenna and Barbara Bush to his L.A. house. There, he claimed, they engaged in 'underage drinking' and hung out with a friend who was 'smoking out the Bush twins on his hookah'. The White House has not commented", People Magazine, Jun. 16, '03
  • Proof she has smoked (or quit) "in real life"
              •  "We hope those fun-loving first twins, Jenna and Barbara Bush, had a good time Wednesday night at Stetson's, the Texas-themed Washington saloon where they were spotted by multiple witnesses sucking down Budweisers and chain-smoking cigarettes with a group of friends till well past midnight", Washington Post, Jun. 28, '02
              •  "How about putting them in a tourism commercial? President Bush's 21-year-old daughters, Jenna and Barbara, who didn't used to like spending time in Washington, seem to be feeling very much at home in D.C.'s trendy Adams Morgan neighborhood. The twins, along with an unnamed young man who seems to be Jenna's boyfriend, were spotted having dinner Wednesday night at Perry's. We hear that the threesome took barely an hour to chow down seared scallops, black bass, cured beef salad, sushi and desserts of cherry crisp and chocolate cake -- plus two bottles of Sauvignon Blanc. Not French Sauvignon Blanc, mind you: One bottle was from New Zealand, the other from South Africa. The daughters were also spotted lighting their cigarettes not from matches, but from already-lit cigarettes (a pleasure they certainly can't enjoy in New York City!). Celebrity Tip Challenge-wise, they left a respectable $30 extra on a $154 tab.", Washington Post, Jun. '03
              •  "Jenna and Barbara...act like they were in a Girls Gone Wild video, the insider says, 'They've partied with Sean 'Puffy' Combs and Aston Kutcher, smoked grass and gotten drunk in public, but Laura remains unwilling to rein them in, because her defense is, 'they didn't ask for this.'", Globe (US), Jan. 20, '04, p. 16-17
              •  "was smoking a long, skinny cigarette", MSNBC News, Oct. 25, '04
              •  "chain-smoking... with a red cup in her back pocket and a drink always in her hand", IvyGate, Nov. 13, '06
              •  "SHORTLY after 10 p.m. on Tuesday, while the designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana were holding court with Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey at a table on the rooftop of the Gramercy Park Hotel, the dermatologist Dr. Lisa Airan leaned over the model Jacquetta Wheeler at another table to say something to the socialite Lauren Davis, thereby inadvertently mooning the president's daughter Barbara Bush, who was smoking a cigarette", New York Times, Dec. 6, '07
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  • Jenna Bush
  • Has smoked "in real life" (IRL) = Probably, unconfirmed
  • Profession = first daughter
  • Her entry in the Internet Movie Database (IMDb)
  • Her pictures at SmokingCelebs.com
  • Cigar/Cigarette Brand
              •  Marlboro Lights, netizen sighting, May '02
              •  Parliament, "Sources say the blond twin smoked Parliament cigarettes and was in a generous mood -- she passed out a few to strangers.", Washington Post,, Aug. 16, '06, p. C3
  • Miscellaneous information
              •  "It has been reported that President Bush's daughter has been underage drinking and smoking marijuana. A fellow freshmen says, 'Jenna came over one night and we all did doobies (marijuana cigarettes) together. I wouldn't say she was a major pothead but she likes to toke up when it's around'", World Entertainment News Network, Mar. 15, '01
              •  "A student at the University of Texas at Austin told The Enquirer: 'Jenna came over one night and we all did some doobies together. I wouldn't say she's a major pothead but she likes to toke up when it's around. She gets real giggly when she smokes and won't shut up.'", National Enquirer, Mar. 20, '01
              •  "Jenna is a member of the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, the same as her mother. In February she was photographed with a cigarette in hand and falling down with another reveler at a Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity bash in Fort Worth", St. Petersburg (FL) Times, Jun. 13, '01
              •  "It looks like U.S. President George W. Bush's twin daughters, Jenna and Barbara, have landed themselves in the spotlight again. In this month's issue of Rolling Stone Magazine, actor Ashton Kutcher, who stars in That 70's Show, spills the juicy details of partying with the twins last year, when they toked up ... 'The Bushes were underage drinking at my house. When I checked outside, one of the Secret Service guys asked me if they'd be spending the night. I said no. And then I go upstairs to see another friend and I can smell the green wafting under his door. I open the door, and there he is smoking out the Bush twins on his hookah'", Ottawa Citizen, May 8, '03
              •  "Ashton Kutcher bared his pecs on the cover of [Rolling Stone Magazine], boasting inside that he once brought First Twins Jenna and Barbara Bush to his L.A. house. There, he claimed, they engaged in 'underage drinking' and hung out with a friend who was 'smoking out the Bush twins on his hookah'. The White House has not commented", People Magazine, Jun. 16, '03
  • Proof she has smoked (or quit) "in real life"
              •  "With Secret Service agents placed discreetly in the shadows of the wood-paneled meeting room, Jenna Bush, a freshman at the University of Texas, quickly lit her cigarette", Women's Wear Daily, Jan. 23, '01
              •  "She kept going outside to the smoking area and was lighting up cigarette after cigarette", National Enquirer, Aug. 7, '01, p. 24
              •  "A chainsmoking Jenna was dressed in an ebony one-shoulder top and supercute pants with a scalloped print on the rear (from Fred Segal, of course). The puffer lost no breath whatsoever as she inhaled the intoxicating aroma of the hunk with whom she flirted. (I think he may have even flirted back, not sure.) This all took place next to a basketball net with which people toyed.", The Awful Truth (E! Online), Aug. 9, '01
              •  "We hope those fun-loving first twins, Jenna and Barbara Bush, had a good time Wednesday night at Stetson's, the Texas-themed Washington saloon where they were spotted by multiple witnesses sucking down Budweisers and chain-smoking cigarettes with a group of friends till well past midnight", Washington Post, Jun. 28, '02
              •  "the U Street saloon where the not-quite-21-year-old presidential siblings were spotted sucking down beers and chain-smoking cigarettes a few months back", Washington Post, Oct. 30, '02
              •  "this Bush twin bypasses any ID problems at Jeremy Scott's private after-party at the Tribeca Grand Hotel, where she and her friends drink and smoke into the wee hours", Women's Wear Daily, Nov. 4, '02
              •  "How about putting them in a tourism commercial? President Bush's 21-year-old daughters, Jenna and Barbara, who didn't used to like spending time in Washington, seem to be feeling very much at home in D.C.'s trendy Adams Morgan neighborhood. The twins, along with an unnamed young man who seems to be Jenna's boyfriend, were spotted having dinner Wednesday night at Perry's. We hear that the threesome took barely an hour to chow down seared scallops, black bass, cured beef salad, sushi and desserts of cherry crisp and chocolate cake -- plus two bottles of Sauvignon Blanc. Not French Sauvignon Blanc, mind you: One bottle was from New Zealand, the other from South Africa. The daughters were also spotted lighting their cigarettes not from matches, but from already-lit cigarettes (a pleasure they certainly can't enjoy in New York City!). Celebrity Tip Challenge-wise, they left a respectable $30 extra on a $154 tab.", Washington Post, Jun. '03
              •  "Jenna and Barbara...act like they were in a Girls Gone Wild video, the insider says, 'They've partied with Sean 'Puffy' Combs and Aston Kutcher, smoked grass and gotten drunk in public, but Laura remains unwilling to rein them in, because her defense is, 'they didn't ask for this.'", Globe (US), Jan. 20, '04, p. 16-17
              •  "Jenna Bush, in a 'lacy white shirt,' drank Miller Genuine Draft and, in evident violation of New York's prohibitive smoking rules, 'lit up and shared cigarettes with friends as she danced.'", The Washington Post, Sep. 3, '04
              •  "The conservative cuties' next big night was Wednesday at Sixth Avenue nightclub Avalon, where they were in the crowd smoking cigarettes and pumping their fists to Kid Rock, who was performing on stage.", NY Post (Page Six), Sep. 3, '04
              •  "were rocking out during a Kid Rock show at the Avalon nightclub in New York following the Republican National Convention... sharing a cigarette with a friend despite the city's ban on smoking in bars and clubs", San Francisco Examiner, Sep. 13, '04
              •  "Jenna and friends held court in the back, smoking cigarettes and drinking Budweisers", website, Sep. 27, '04
              •  "Today there will be the swearing-in and a luncheon and an official ball or two. Tomorrow there will be a prayer service. But Tuesday night, in the fishbowl, Jenna comes over to the rail and leans over, beckoning. It's too loud for her to holler, so she settles for gesturing, with some urgency, that more friends join her. By 11 p.m. she's back at the bar, then back to the rail, smoking and sipping, while a young man caresses her hair and her back. Stephen Baldwin approaches, and Jenna politely says Hi,' then turns right back to watch the band.", Washington Post, Jan. 20, '05
              •  "at NerveAna, a '90s-themed lounge on Varick Street last Friday with several other pretty young things ... Jenna, who plans to teach school in D.C. next fall, wore jeans, moccasin boots and a midriff-baring, satiny blue top. She lit up a cigarette 'and she was very polite when she was told she'd have to go outside to smoke', said our source", New York Post (Page Six gossip column), Apr. 7, '05
              •  "Clubgoers say that Jenna, smoking cigarettes throughout the night, was wearing jeans, moccasin boots and blue satin top.", website, Apr. 7, '05
              •  "Jenna Bush was spotted Saturday night at Cafe Saint-Ex in the Logan Circle area of Washington, DC.. 'She was chain-smoking and dressed all in white,' says the source", website, May 10, '05
              •  "sipping mojitos at Arlington's Tallula restaurant with a gaggle of gal pals and occasionally slipping off to the back bar to smoke.", Washington Post, Nov. 15, '05, p. C3
              •  "Sources say the blond twin smoked Parliament cigarettes and was in a generous mood -- she passed out a few to strangers.", Washington Post, Aug. 16, '06, p. C3
  • Pictures of her smoking
              •  holding, The Mirror (Ireland), Dec. 16, '00
              •  tumbles to the ground at a frat party while holding, National Enquirer, Jan. 9, '01
              •  same, Mar. 20, '01
  • Collections of pictures of her smoking
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  • Pictures from the net
             
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  • Kate Bush
  • Has smoked "in real life" (IRL) = Yes
  • Profession = singer
  • Her entry in the Internet Movie Database (IMDb)
  • Cigar/Cigarette Brand
              •  Silk Cut, interview, Q Magazine (UK), Dec. '93
  • Miscellaneous information
              •  video, youtube, c. '75
              •  video, youtube, c. '78
              •  video, forward to 6:30, youtube, when?
  • Proof she has smoked (or quit) "in real life"
              •  "my life is, at the moment, revolving around the money that's left over from the lessons, but that's enough for me to have fun and buy cigarettes. (I am afraid to say that I'm still smoking quite a lot but I think I've got it under control?)", letter to a former schoolmate, '75
              •  "Kate goes off to make tea and find a light for her roll-up" , Sunday Express (UK) (Sunday Express Magazine), Sep. 22, '85
              •  rolls her own, No. 1 (UK), Winter '85
              •  "By the time she was 16...she would invite a few best friends back to the barn to play records, cook feasts and smoke", Q, Nov. '89
              •  "It's like me and smoking. It's such an awful thing to do, it's so obviously bad for us, but we gaily carry on. I've cut down a but I can't kick the habit", You magazine (UK), '89
              •  "Kate Bush relaxes with a Silk Cut - a habit common among ballet dancers past and present", Q Magazine (HMV Mini edition), late '90
              •  "Silk Cut already en route to famous mouth", "lighting another Silk Cut as she goes", Q Magazine (UK), Dec. '93
              •  quit - "What was the best thing about 2001?", "Giving up smoking, but I'm not a fanatical anti-smoker.", Q Magazine (United Kingdom), Nov. 9, '01
              •  "she smoked her first cigarette at age nine", Star (Malaysia), May 6, '11
              •  section 4.1, Kate Bush FAQ, when?
              •  "Kate smokes, but is very reluctant to show this bad habit in public", Kate Bush FAQ 4.1, when?
              •  "Is addicted to the demon weed. Rolls her own cigarettes", Kate Bush Facts website, when?
  • Pictures of her smoking
              •  in monster costume used from "Experiment IV" video, holder, "Kate Bush A Visual Documentary", when?, p. 87

    Laura Bush
  • Has smoked "in real life" (IRL) = Yes
  • Quit = Probably has
  • Profession = first wife
  • Her entry in the Internet Movie Database (IMDb)
  • Cigar/Cigarette Brand
              •  Winston, "smoking Winstons", Washington Post, May 14, '00, p. A1
              •  Newport 100s, interview, '02
  • Proof she has smoked (or quit) "in real life"
              •  "She quit smoking in the early '90s.", "sneaking cigarettes in the back seats of cars", "smoking Winstons", "I read, I smoke, and I admire", Washington Post, May 14, '00, p. A1
              •  "I read, I smoke, and I admire", Dagbladet (Norway), Dec. 16, '00
              •  quit - " 'I read, I smoke, and I admire.' She has since given up smoking", Sunday Times (UK), Dec. 17, '00
              •  smoking Kents with girlfriends while ducking down in the car in high school or something, also how she and friends would sit around the pool smoking and playing cards, People Magazine, Jan. 29, '01
              •  "After graduating from Southern Methodist University with a teaching degree, where she smoked ... sneaking cigarettes on joy rides", Washington Post, Mar. 22, '01
              •  "We've heard that the first lady, who admits to a smoking habit in her youth, is said to take a puff out of public view", Washington Post, May 31, '01, p. C3
              •  "the Bush girls like a drink and now we learn that their allegedly non-smoking mother Laura is said to puff out of public view", Daily Express (UK), Jun. 1, '01
              •  no - "Q: Does either President or Mrs. Bush smoke? Do they allow smoking in the White House? Judy Meade, Santa Rosa, Calif. Neither smokes, and they're continuing the Clinton policy of a smoke-free White House. Hillary Clinton banned smoking soon after her husband's election, though he smokes an occasional cigar. They ended a long tradition of tobacco use in the White House, going back to Andrew Jackson, Ulysses S. Grant and Calvin Coolidge, who served cigars with breakfast. Dwight Eisenhower, Franklin Roosevelt and their wives preferred cigarettes; Jackie Kennedy and Pat Nixon also smoked. JFK puffed a cigar, and Gerald Ford a pipe, but no president or first lady since Ford's day has been a regular smoker.", USA Weekend, Jun. 3, '01
              •  quit - "JUDY WOODRUFF: About you, it's been reported that you smoke. Now is this correct? (LAUGHTER) BUSH: That is not correct. WOODRUFF: Okay. BUSH: I did smoke, though. I used to. WOODRUFF: When did you give it up? BUSH: A long time ago. WOODRUFF: Did -- was it because of the public arena that had anything to do with it? BUSH: No, no. No, no, it was because of the health", CNN Inside Politics, Jul. 30, '01
              •  quit - "The first lady also denied reports that she smokes cigarettes. 'That is not correct,' she said. 'I did smoke, though. I used to.' Asked when she gave it up, Mrs. Bush said 'a long time ago'", Associated Press, Jul. 31, '01
              •  "Despite claims that she quit smoking in 1992, in truth Laura would, in times of stress, bum cigarettes off friends and sometimes even from reporters so long as no photographers were around to snap a shot of her with a cigarette in her mouth. During the 2000 presidential campaign, whenever she was satisfied there were no members of the press around, Laura bummed a cigarette off the nearest smoker and appeared to savor every drag", Washington Post, Oct. 29, '02
              •  "It hardly seems worth asking if George and Laura love each other. They always have, and no one could ever suggest otherwise. So, however they're celebrating - curled up in bed with matching copies of Andersen, eating tamales (Laura's favorite) or having a drag (they're both former chain smokers) - the First Couple deserve best wishes for 25 years.", Baltimore Sun, Nov. 5, '02
              •  quit - "extra-strong mints - an addiction ever since she gave up smoking", Daily Mail (UK), Feb. 4, '03
              •  quit - "as a former smoker, do you have the secret to quitting? Mrs. Bush: 'The secret is not to start'", People Magazine, Dec. 29, '03
              •  "Laura is revealed as a woman who enjoys a cocktail, smokes in private, doesn't share the political views of her conservative Republican husband and sometimes treats him as a mischievous kid.", "She smokes in private, drinks margaritas with Mexican food and wine at cocktail time and dinner and out of public view.", Globe (US), Jan. 20, '04, p. 16-17
              •  "First lady Laura Bush last week got on the topic of smoking-then got off it in a hurry. At a health event in Georgia, FLOTUS fielded this question from the horde: 'Not to be indelicate,' said the indelicate questioner, 'have you ever had to struggle with weight or a habit like smoking?' The ever-delicate first lady said: 'Sure, absolutely. That's why I say to people, don't start. ... You know, I hope especially that young women and men don't smoke, don't ever start smoking because it's difficult to quit. And it's also very difficult to lose weight. 'In fact, I think that's even more difficult,' she continued, then launched into a lengthy analysis on the battle of the bulge. It seemed as if she couldn't get grind out the butt topic quickly enough. Perhaps that was because rumors of her sneaky smoking habit persist. Last year, a waiter at a fundraising event told the White House Weekly that FLOTUS caused a panic in the kitchen as waiters scrambled to find a VIC (a 'Very Important Cigarette') for her. The Post reported in 2002 that while FLOTUS claims to have snuffed the habit in 1992, 'in truth Laura would, in times of stress, bum cigarettes off friends and sometimes even from reporters so long as no photographers were around to snap a shot of her with a cigarette in her mouth,' according to her 85-year-old mother, Jenna Welch.", White House Weekly, Feb. 10, '04
              •  "Several people suggested at this point that Sharon [Bush] write a lighthearted book looking back on her life, giving little tidbits such as Laura [Bush] smoking on the porch at Camp David.", Vanity Fair Magazine, Apr. '04, p. 34
              •  quit - "A well-read, well-rounded woman, she has always felt free to pursue her own interests - including bird-watching in Belize, river-rafting to celebrate her 50th birthday or privately savoring a cigarette, a habit she has kicked", New York Newsday, Aug. 30, '04
              •  "The Family: The Real Story of the Bush Dynasty", "maintains that George W. Bush snorted cocaine at Camp David while his father was president. That he and Laura Bush once enjoyed 'heavy pot-smoking parties' on the island of Tortola. That Laura Bush was 'a go-to girl for dime bags of marijuana' back when she was a college student", New York Times, Sep. 16, '04
              •  Sandra Bernhard claims Laura Bush currently smokes and her brand is Newport, CBS Late Late Show, Oct. 20, '04
              •  "LAURA BUSH allegedly found her husband's re-election campaign so stressful that she was driven back to her chain-smoking ways, the N.Y. Daily News reports. 'Absolutely no one was allowed to see her smoking,' one Dubya campaign insider told the newspaper. 'At events where she appeared, there had to be a room off to the side where she could close the door and chain-smoke before and after she spoke.' The spin is that Mrs. Bush quit smoking at the same time President Bush swore off the drink and spokespeeps for the first lady insisted she didn't request the smoking room during the campaign. Insert your own 'smoke `em out of their holes' joke here.", Boston Herald, Nov. 8, '04
              •  "Laura smokes too much. An inveterate smoker for forty years, the First Lady of the United States, Laura Bush, had succeeded in stopping smoking last year and was very happy about it, but the stress of the electoral campaign will be the winner. Laura is smoking like a chimney again and that was a headache for the political organisers during the campaign. Absolutely no one must see her smoking. The campaign over and Laura well-installed as First Lady, we now know that she smokes two packs a day. Her twins smoke too, but the President hasn't smoked for fifteen years", Planète Québec (Canada), Nov. 8, '04
              •  "An intimate describes her as a 'very nice woman who's got a lot of problems and smokes constantly.'", "The Family: The Real Story of the Bush Dynasty" by Kitty Kelly, '04
              •  "[used to be quiet and] sit out on the porch reading and smoking cigarettes.", "The Family: The Real Story of the Bush Dynasty" by Kitty Kelly, '04
              •  quit - "Mrs. Bush is a former smoker and a neat freak", Washington Post, Jan. 20, '05
              •  "self-described former smoker", Baltimore Sun, Feb. 5, '05
              •  quit - "Laura Bush used to be a smoker, and last week, when she sat down with editors from Time Inc.-owned mags--including People--to discuss women's health issues (a pet cause of hers), she remembered those days: 'Yes, I smoked. I smoked. A lot of my friends smoked. George smoked.' She said she quit when she was trying to get pregnant, People reports, but would cheat a little here and there after the twins were born, and eventually quit cold turkey. How? 'Well, I think because my husband got elected' governor, she recalled. Mrs. Bush also said that she knows who the smokers are in the White House press corps: 'Because I can see out my window,' she said with a laugh. 'Do you want me to tell the ones?'", Washington Post, Feb. 11, '05
              •  quit - "I smoked. A lot of my friends smoked. At times in my life, when I was younger, probably [a pack a day]. I quit when I started trying to get pregnant, and then of course I started smoking again--cheating a little bit after I had Barbara and Jenna. It's hard to quit", People Magazine, Feb. 21, '05
              •  quit - "You may have heard rumors that she was smoking again because of the stress of last year's presidential campaign. Not true, says her White House spokesman. Mrs. Bush smoked as much as a pack a day in the early years of her marriage. She quit when she was trying to become pregnant, then fell back into the habit after she had the twins. She smoked until her husband was elected governor of Texas.", USA Weekend, Jun. 19, '05
              •  "is said to have become a chain smoker. My Washington DC source says: 'She has appropriated a special room in the White House for smoking and is always dashing here for a puff. Sometimes she has lunch parties for fellow smokers'", Daily Mail (UK), Nov. 30, '05
              •  "during a visit to Carolinas Medical Center, she marked American Heart Month by encouraging women to protect themselves against the disease by doing five things: Eat healthy, exercise, keep the weight down, see a doctor about risk factors, and, she said, stay away from cigarettes. What Bush didn't tell the Charlotte doctors and patients who greeted her: She's battled nicotine addiction herself. In fact, media reports persist that she's still a social smoker, bumming cigarettes during times of stress", Charlotte Observer, Feb. 20, '06
              •  "And since Mrs. Bush is reputed to be a secret cigarette smoker,(Margaret Cho said) 'I think she's trying to kill him (Pres George W Bush)with second-hand smoke.'", New York Daily News, Mar. 20, '06
              •  "continues to 'bum' cigarettes from friends, even though she officially quit smoking more than 10 years ago", Sunday Telegraph (UK), Mar. 26, '06
              •  "News that Laura Bush was a smoker--and speculation that the she still puffs away ... is a staple of the glowing press coverage that celebrates the first lady's uncalculated, unpretentious, unpolitical style: Upon being introduced to her future mother-in-law, Laura Bush allegedly showed her non-Washingtonian chops by responding to a question about what she did for a living by saying 'I read, I smoke, and I admire'", The New Republic, Oct. 26, '06
              •  quit - "A former smoker who has to prod herself to exercise, Laura Bush seems determined to practice what she preaches, working out to maintain heart health", AARP Bulletin, Jul./Aug. '07
              •  quit - "A former smoker of Kent cigarettes, Laura liked salt-rimmed margaritas.", "A Matter of Character: Inside the White House of George W. Bush" by Ronald Kessler, when?
              •  "Helen Taft smoked in her youth, but quit shortly after her marriage as did Laura Bush", website
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  • Sophia Bush
  • Has smoked "in real life" (IRL) = Probably not
  • Profession = actress
  • Her entry in the Internet Movie Database (IMDb)
  • Sophia Bush at MrSkin.com
  • Quotes about smoking
              •  "'We cleaned up a lot of cigarettes -we had a bag about this big of cigarette butts,' she added. 'What can I say? Stop smoking, it's bad for you!'", website, Aug. 24, '07
  • Proof she has smoked (or quit) "in real life"
              •  no - "Q. So are you more vigilant with your own health? Sophia Bush: It's the reason I'm not a smoker or a big drinker, and it's why I'm getting more active.", Health magazine, Oct. '08, p. 117
  • Collections of pictures of her smoking
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