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Jim Carrey and Jenny McCarthy say yes to sleek eveningwear for the L.A. premiere of Yes Man premiere. Keeping with the movie's theme, in which Carrey's character must say "yes" to everything, McCarthy took on Dallas-sized curls for the occasion.
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Samuel L. Jackson, Scarlett Johansson and Gabriel Macht laugh it up at the premiere of their new film, The Spirit in Hollywood. We're so pleased to see ScarJo out of her mid-century wear (and no tissues in sight!) we almost didn't notice the scruff-tastic Macht, who stars at the spirit himself.
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Marley and Me's New York premiere featured feel-good canine moments both on screen and off. Rescue Me's Denis Leary and his wife Ann brought their dog Daphne along for the occasion.
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Will Smith and Rosario Dawson heat things up at the L.A. premiere of their new film, Seven Pounds. Smith is all about luxe winter fabric in a velvet jacket and plaid vest, while Rosario commands the spotlight in a taupe strapless that has just enough fabric to keep us guessing.
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You know Tom Cruise means business when he dons a double-breasted suit for a movie premiere. The actor took an authoritative stance at the Valkyrie carpet in NYC, after a press tour on which he was impressively on-point.
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Kate Winslet continues her va-va-voom phase with Madonna hair and a one-shouldered number that retains elegance through restraint. Her Revolutionary Road costar Leo DiCaprio, meanwhile, offsets her sparkles effortlessly in a sleek suit. Their Oscar chances for the film have yet to be announced, but their red-carpet looks already get our vote.
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Rumer Willis shows off a little more than just her hot, red locks at the D&G opening in Beverly Hills. Her edgy rock-mantic look is just what we've been waiting to see from the starlet, who's brimming with potential.
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Ginnifer Goodwin (aka Big Love's Margene Heffman) nails L.A. winter chic with a mix of sheer and opaque fabrics that keep her warm and sexy at the D&G opening and benefit. With temps hitting the 50s — Brr! — we're going to grab our parkas...
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There's nothing sexier than a charitable heart (followed by stiletto Louboutins). Anne Hathaway donned an apron in support of Feeding America, which combats domestic hunger, at the Renaissance Cafe in New York.
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Adam Sandler keeps it casual for a visit on the Late Show, where he greeted fans outside the studio. The comedian has been making the media rounds to promote his new fantastical family film, Bedtime Stories.
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Gretchen Mol grins for the camera in her Life on Mars threads. The actress stars as Annie Norris in the freshman remake of the BBC series.
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Cameron Diaz does some backstage bonding with Brian d'Arcy James on Shrek the Musical's opening night on Broadway. Despite having voiced Princess Fiona in the Shrek movies, Diaz told press that she won't be taking the stage for the theater version.
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Eliza Dushku gets retro-glam for Spike TV's 2008 Video Game Awards, toning down the sequins with flat, loose boots and thick tights — all perfect for rocking out to musical guests that included Weezer, 50 Cent and LL Cool J.
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Rock-glam was the style winner on Spike's awards night. Smallville sweetheart Kristin Kreuk mixed a sequined bikini top with a sheer shirt and velvet jacket that kept things under wraps.
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Reality star-socialites Kim Kardashian and Brittny Gastineau offer substantial aesthetic stimulation as individuals. But together? The Video Game Awards-goers most definitely had their hands full.
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Blonde bombshells Marisa Miller and Stacy Keibler cozy up on a couch backstage at the Spike event. While Miller's familiar to any fan of Sports Illustrated's swimsuit editions, Keibler became known outside of pro wrestling when she competed in the second season of Dancing with the Stars. It was on the show's parquet that she earned the nickname "Weapon of Mass Seduction."