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Unbreak My Heart: Toni Braxton Gets Quizzed On Cardiac Surgery

Toni Braxton is one of the best-selling R&B artists of all time, as well as a Broadway and TV actress, and star of her own reality TV show. Her new memoir, Unbreak My Heart, is named after her 1996 hit ballad.

We've invited Braxton to play a game called: "Unbreak my heart. No, really, I'm dying here ... Help!" Three questions about cardiac surgery.

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