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Debbie Gibson + Lyme Disease
« on: September 29, 2017, 02:57:58 PM »
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Debbie Gibson on How Her Lyme Disease Affects Her Dancing With the Stars Performances
SEPTEMBER 25, 2017 – 10:05 AM  –

When Debbie Gibson returns to the ballroom floor for her second performance on Dancing With the Stars tonight, she will be the whitest contestant in the competition, and all because she contracted Lyme disease about four years ago.

“I have sensitivities to perfumes, colognes, hair spray, electromagnetics and the smoke on the dance floor,” the “Lost in Your Eyes” singer, 47, told reporters on the red carpet after her first performance.


https://parade.com/604490/paulettecohn/debbie-gibson-on-how-her-lyme-disease-affects-her-dancing-with-the-stars-performances/
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Re: Debbie Gibson + Lyme Disease
« Reply #1 on: September 29, 2017, 03:43:59 PM »
This is probably going to sound super catty, but isn't her hair dyed? Wouldn't all of these complications caused by chemical things be the same for hair dye?
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Re: Debbie Gibson + Lyme Disease
« Reply #2 on: September 29, 2017, 04:11:23 PM »
That's probably a valid question.  All I personally know...  I don't have Lyme Disease, BUT I am also super sensitive to smells.  BUT I also dye my hair... brown and red.  lol  The hair dye doesn't seem to bother me, to the point of getting a headache.  I cover my nose while it is being applied, and wash my hair right away.  It does burn my eyes a bit while being applied, but I also keep them closed. 

Funny... I never thought about my "routine," until just now!   Silly7
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