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NFL: Emmitt Smith’s Wife Patricia

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Patricia Southall is Emmitt Smith’s wife. Patricia married Emmitt on April 22, 2000, six years before Smith made dancing seem cool (for about 6 seconds) by winning Dancing with the Stars. Patricia earned a degree in journalism from James Madison University, and won the Miss Virginia USA pageant in 1993. She represented Virginia in the 1994 Miss USA pageant, where she placed first runner-up. She married Martin Lawrence in January of 1995, but seeing as Martin was pretty much out of his mind at this time (he was arrested three times in a two year span and suffered a drug addiction) it was no surprise that they divorced in September 1997.

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Dallas Cowboys star Emmitt Smith’s grand Southern-style wedding was featured exclusively in BRIDE’S magazine’s October/November 2000 issue. Photo shows the bride, Patricia Lawrence, and groom, Emmitt Smith, walking back up the aisle after their marriage ceremony.Photo by Simon MacArthur. (PRNewsFoto)

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  1. Pat Smith is lovely and who ever left that comment on top is jealous of her. I knew Pat before she was ever involved with Martin or Emmitt. She was always super nice and a true shining star. She always reminded me of Vanessa Williams. Another favorite of mine. Thank God for women like Pat and Vanessa. They reach to be their personal best and are successful. Everyone has that potential to shine you just have to believe and work hard to achieve that goal. I’m so proud of them.

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