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Tina Fey, on the importance of saving

The Upper Darby-bred comedian talked to Letterman last night about remaining a virgin till age 24.

Tina Fey, on the importance of saving

Upper Darby's Tina Fey explained to Letterman last night why she was a virgin until age 24:

"[I] couldn't give it away. That's just good, Christian values, or, being homely."

Fey made People's "50 most beautiful" list in 2003, and Rolling Stone once hailed her as "the thinking-man's sex symbol. "

Elizabeth Stamatina Fey told The Inquirer's David Hiltbrand in 2004: "I never drank or smoked. I never tried drugs in my life. I didn't have sex. I was so obedient someone should do a study of my parents and find out whatever it was they did. "
 

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