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Cruise Ship Singer Laurie Miller From Expose Gets Free Plastic Surgery

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Back in May Crossfade told you about Laurie Miller, original member of the superstar girl group Expose, who brought the world hits like "Point Of No Return."

We also found her website which details her current life as a performer and talks about her experience in the cruise ship industry. If you haven't heard, cruises aren't making all that much money these days, and apparently Laurie lost her job with Princess Cruise Lines.

This Miami Herald video details Laurie's applying for and receiving free plastic surgery from a Miami doctor who enacted a program to give away operations to help people feel more confident going into job interviews.

Good luck Laurie.

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