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When creating the page, I wondered what to name it. I think there is a musician also named Kimberly Scott and another actress named Kimberly Scott, so I put this actress's middle name in the title, even though she's almost always referred to as Kimberly Scott. I think a page was created for the musician but was later deleted. I suppose it could be moved to Kimberly Scott later or maybe even Kimberly Scott (actress) but I think it's fine for now. --Pixelface 01:57, 11 July 2007 (UTC)