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The hottest stars hit the hottest events

Shaun Harrison
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Brooke Shields and Elizabeth Banks get close at the Golden Globe nomination announcements early Thursday morning. The pair apparently got the same style memo for bright, monochromatic dresses that worked for a photo op and a press conference.
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So, we're not sure why Hills dweller Audrina Patridge would attend a foreign coproduction like Waiting in Beijing, but it's impressive nonetheless. Plus: Patridge cozied up to spotlight maven Tori Spelling, proving that she has some reverence for the L.A. celebs that came before her.
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Paula Abdul recently blamed Idol producers for hurting her career — now we wish we could blame this outfit on them, too. Each piece of apparel could've been fun on its own for her Late Show appearance, but as an ensemble, it was like a fourth of July fiesta exploding on her petite frame.
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All we want for the holidays is to join the Smith family in their stylish, loving perfection. Jada Pinkett Smith, Will Smith and their children Jaden and Willow achieved the right mix of hipness, elegance, humor and warmth for The Day the Earth Stood Still premiere in New York.
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Keanu Reeves and Jennifer Connelly took the glam route with their attire at the Earth premiere, with sparkles and silk in winter colors. The two star in the remake of the 1951 classic alien flick, in which Reeves plays the alien and Connelly is his human confidant, while the adorable Jaden Smith plays her step-son.
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Don Draper has never looked happier. Mad Men's Jon Hamm grins for the cameras at the Earth premiere alongside the lovely Jennifer Westfeldt. Between his dapper pinstripes and her sexy, white strapless dress (with pockets!), the pair outshines the carpet flashbulbs.
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Zooey Deschanel bundles up with panache at the London premiere of Yes Man. She plays the fun-loving love interest of Jim Carrey's character in the film, in which a chronic nay-sayer suddenly starts embracing life. On the red carpet, she said yes to a festive accessory against her dark attire.
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Clint Eastwood loosens up a little at the after party for Gran Torino alongside his daughter Alison, a director and fashion designer. The film is Eastwood's first turn in front of the camera since Million Dollar Baby, and he stepped out in shades of blue for the occasion.
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Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt and his parents get decked out for the premiere of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. Pitt stars in the adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's story about a man who ages backwards. In real life, the Jolie-Pitt family shows that age has no bearing on the value of a mom-and-dad cheering squad.
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Cate Blanchett and Julia Ormond share a laugh at the premiere for Benjamin Button, in which they star alongside Pitt. Blanchett took the holiday season to heart with her sparkly, ornamental style, while Ormond summoned her inner diva with a strapless, belted number.
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Tilda Swinton donned a sweeping, earth-tone gown for the Benjamin Button premiere. The Oscar-winning actress stars as Elizabeth Abbott.
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Eva Longoria Parker struts her stuff in skin-tight, aqua satin at the Benjamin Button premiere. Her alter-ego Gaby might be a product of suburbia, but Longoria Parker doesn't know the words "domestic wear."
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In a white sheath with an open neckline, Jennifer Lopez makes the most of every inch she's got at the premiere for Benjamin Button. It may take hard work to cash checks, as she once sang, but she works it on the carpet with ease.
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Marisa Tomei strikes a sassy pose at an after party for The Wrestler, a film largely heralded as Mickey Rourke's comeback. The actress stars as a local stripper (aka the has-been wrestler's romantic interest) who might just also be cheering for the on-screen leading man's comeback, too.
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It's not clear which is more shocking: Harry Potter muse Emma Watson in a subtly sexy little dress, complete with sheer arms and shoulders, or the fact that she somehow picked up this giant mouse along the way. The animated Despereaux, it seems, is far less creepy.
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In scrubs or out of scrubs, on Scrubs or off, Sarah Chalke has a playful, sexy look — with a dash of quirkiness. The actress opted for a plunging neckline and questionable bow for the Trevor Project's 11th annual Cracked Xmas benefit.
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Selma Blair sported a seasonally shiny, green frock for the Trevor Project benefit, topping it off with her signature, cropped 'do. And since it's the holidays and all, we're leaving her chest-ruffles alone.
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Amy Adams goes for gaudy, party-girl glamour at the premiere of Doubt in New York. The high-waisted skirt may not make the most of her sophisticated looks, but she wins points for eschewing black. Plus, her movie — which stars Meryl Streep as an austere nun — sounds like the kind of dark, winter fare that's just right for awards season.