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After lead singer Michael Hutchence died in ... well, circumstances not worth relating here ... INXS found a novel way to replace him. After nearly 10 years of using various uninspired singers, INXS had a reality show. The winner was a Canadian, JD Fortune, who once lived in his car. He recorded an album with the band and toured with them, but increasing cocaine use led to his being fired and literally left behind at the Hong Kong airport.
What future "Desperate Housewife" and Lois Lane appeared on a famous episode of Seinfeld in which she says of her breasts, "They're real and they're spectacular"?
A) Teri Hatcher
B) Felicity Huffman
C) Eva Longoria
D) Nicollette Sheridan
Previous answer: Superman's S is in a pentagon.
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