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September 16, 2008

Up in Lisa Rinna's grill

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Lisa Rinna in a diamond grill?

That could be reason to tune in (the only reason?) to watch her red carpet Emmy coverage Sunday on the TV Guide Network with sidekick and fellow "Dancing with the Stars" alum Joey Fatone.

The pillow-lipped Rinna this morning gave the "Today Show's" Al Roker some details on the gown she'll be wearing as she asks the inevitably probing, "Are you excited to be here?" kind of questions to a parade of bored/anxious/patronizing celebs. Then, she surprised everyone by saying she might even sport a mouth accessory better suited to rappers and suburban white kids on "My Super Sweet 16."

Naw! Really?

She was just goofing, but we really like the sound of it, even though it would draw even more attention to that seemingly unreal area of her face.

For Fatone's part (pictured here clowning with Rinna at the SAG Awards early this year), he mentioned something about Armani, Hugo Boss and sneakers for his second consecutive Emmy gig with Rinna. Snooze! What, no bling?

Rinna in general seemed to have a little oral fixation during the happy Emmy-centric chat, saying that she has to "bite my mouth, I mean, my tongue" when some star shows up dressed as Cruella de Ville. Or maybe she'll bite Fatone, she said, and hubby Harry Hamlin won't mind because "he's a good sport."

What does it all mean? Discuss among yourselves.

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