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Brooke Shields

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This article is about the character. For the guest star, see Brooke Shields.
Brooke Shields
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Character Information
Gender:
Female ♀
Status:
Alive
Hair: Brown
Occupation: Actress
Relatives: Husband: Unnamed
First Appearance: "The Front"
First Mentioned: "Stark Raving Dad"
Voiced by: Herself


Brooke Shields is an American actress.

History[edit]

When Leon Kompowsky made a phone call to Bart as Michael Jackson, Bart wanted proof that he was Michael Jackson by asking him who were his four Grammy dates. Leon told him that it was Brooke Shields, Diana Ross, Emmanuel Lewis and Bubbles. And it was correct.[1]

Brooke Shields and Krusty the Clown co-presented the award for outstanding writing in a cartoon series. Brooke kept reading from the script they had been given, but Krusty was distracted by the first joke, complaining about it. She then read out the nominees for the award, and announced that The Itchy & Scratchy Show had won.[2]

A picture of Brooke Shields is on the wall at The Pimento Grove.[3]

A picture of Shields was featured in Before They Were Famous.[4] and a picture of her was seen in Springfield Sardi's.[5]

The Guy Who Married Brooke Shields was one of the people who read The Answer.[6]

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