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Take a good look at Kristen Bell now, because she'll be too busy to stop for the cameras when her slate of new films start rolling out. The blonde knockout rocked spring's scaly style at the Alzheimer's Association's 17th Annual Night At Sardi's in Beverly Hills.
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Friday Night's lights dimmed when Aimee Teegarden and Connie Britton stepped out at Sardi's. The actresses, who play on-screen mother and daughter on one of TV's brightest gems, should be pulling off Hail Marys of memorable looks — not these rookie styles.
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Kaley Cuoco shines in satin, but the bagginess hides all those sexy curves that her Big Bang Theory costars love to long for.
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Is that a glimmer of an Antonioni film before us? With a strain of the Beatles in the background? Nope, it's just Keira Knightley and Rupert Friend, kickin' it like it's 1965 at The Young Victoria's after party at Kensington Palace.
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Emily Blunt is ravishing at the premiere of The Young Victoria. She's playing the queen in the forthcoming biopic, but the actress could've used a real-life, royal tailor for the top of her dress.
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Miranda Richardson — aka Victoria's Duchess of Kent — sported this orange fiesta at the movie's London premiere. Her look was relaxed enough for a Sunday stroll with the Duke, but had bedazzling that says "I'm next in line for the throne."
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We love the L Word for its soapy portrayal of believable ladies. At its series wrap party, stars Daniela Sea, Marlee Matlin, Katherine Moennig and Ilene Chaiken kept it real on the fashion front at Cafe La Boheme in West Hollywood.
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Amy Spanger and Constantine Maroulis aren't sporting typical photo-op attire, but the stars of Broadway's Rock of Ages are doing right by their ode to Styx, Steve Perry and Whitesnake with tight tees, long hair and a no-go on shaving. Rock on!
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Did Billy Crudup see Watchmen's record-breaking ticket sales before hitting the carpet? The movie's Dr. Manhattan can't help but laugh with the photogs.
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Watchmen star Carla Gugino may have on-screen super powers, but her cinematic efforts sadly didn't translate to her fashion sense. Sure, she's smokin'. But the green, iridescent material is better for world-saving than sexy carpet-strutting.
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We admit it: Malin Akerman's dress at the Watchmen premiere confounds us. The blonde bombshell kills it in this embellished body-hugger, but the shoulder-flaring is battle-ready (vs. camera-ready).
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Vanessa Hudgens has her head in the game at the Watchmen premiere. The melancholy mood that inspired her Oscars look is officially over, and the High School Musical diva is diving into spring with a cheeriness that rivals the best of East High's squad.
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Break out the disco ball and turn down the lights, because Maggie Grace is in the house! The Lost alum pulls out all the glamour stops in her tin foil-inspired attire at Watchmen's premiere.
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No, Kate Hudson is not (to our knowledge) replacing anyone on Dancing with the Stars. But her blinding sequins illustrate the age-old adage, "When in Milan... " during the city's fashion week.
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Si, regazza! The smoldering Scarlett Johansson is red-hot in a Fellini-esque ensemble during Milan Fashion Week. The actress, whose flowery, '50s-style frocks saddened us in recent months, is finally living La Dolce Vita at the Extreme Beauty In Vogue party.
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Thespian power-couple William H. Macy and Felicity Huffman aren't wowing us, stylistically speaking, at a screening of Phoebe in Wonderland in L.A. Still, there's nothing hotter than supporting your loved ones in all their endeavors — even if you don’t feel like dressing up to do it.