By: John Lester - Staff Writer
Published: May 20, 2021

Janice Dickinson Finds False Teeth

Janice Dickinson teeth goes missing while dining at the exclusive Sant Ambroeus restaurant in Southampton.

Dickinson says she misplaced the teeth after taking them out to enjoy her meal. “I was so excited talking to my friend that I put my teeth in my napkin, and then I couldn’t find them! Did they fall into the soup? These things are so expensive they could feed a small village,” she said.

In an attempt to retrieve them, the 56-year-old said she got down on all fours like “Lucille Ball on crack” and persuaded the restaurant staff to help her look. After much searching, Dickinson eventually found them. The supermodel recently paid tribute to the plus-sized model Mia Amber Davis, who passed away suddenly following routine knee surgery last week.

“My heart goes out to her family. I am deeply disturbed by this news. I have been sobbing all afternoon. She was a kind, gentle girl. She was gentle and sweet and had a heart of absolute platinum,” she said.

Dickinson recently appeared in the fourth season of ‘Celebrity Rehab with Dr Drew’, which premiered in December 2010. She was also on NBC’s ‘I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here’ that ran for one season before it was canceled. She’s had several reality shows on cable.


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