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Will Smith (centre) does this thing with his mouth at the premiere of "Men in Black III" in Seoul, South Korea, on Monday.

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Then Will Smith does that thing with his mouth right in Josh Brolin's face.

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Different suit, same city, same weird thing with his mouth. He better not ever do that to Tommy Lee Jones.

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Whoops.

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Easy, Jones. Don't do it. It's not worth it.

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Will Smith, desperate to save his life, actually flashes a peace sign while promoting "Men in Black III" in Los Angeles last week.

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Christ. Go ahead and do it.

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Will Smith places a pair of autographed sunglasses in a time capsule while promoting his upcoming film "Men in Black III" in Los Angeles last week. Future archeologists who unearth the time capsule in 2212 will concur that it was buried during a low point in human history that was characterized by extreme narcissim. Then they will go watch "Men in Black LXXXIII."

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Scarlett Johansson, 27, celebrates her monumental lifetime of cinematic greatness at the unveiling of her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame last week.

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Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper tours a shopping mall in Tokyo during a visit to Japan last week.

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Johnny Depp poses at the premiere of the film "Dark Shadows" in Hollywood on Monday. For his role in the film, Depp put on a weird costume, wore heavy makeup, adopted a bizarre accent, made dramatic eye gestures, and wiggled his fingers a lot. So it's a complete departure from, you know, his previous work.

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And now for a quick man-bangles contest featuring Johnny Depp vs. Steven Tyler of Aerosmith, I mean American Idol. Depp sports wooden beads, what appears to be a tiny sideways dagger, a skull and some sort of key. There are at least five different necklaces in play.

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Steven Tyler responds with a large dagger-like object in a leather sheath, a cross, some leftover wedding bands and perhaps a small penknife. He too has five chains in play, but has also put feathers in his hair. I think we have a clear winner here!

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"Oh I think we do," says cast member Eva Green at the premiere of "Dark Shadows" in Hollywood on Monday.

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A triumphant Steven Tyler tries to hang Cloris Leachman around his neck at the premiere of "Dark Shadows" in Hollywood on Monday.

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Man-bangles runner-up Johnny Depp signs a picture for a grown man in an Aeropostale T-shirt while another adult tries to film the event with an iPad. Makes sense to me.

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Singer Lady Gaga arrives at Narita Airport outside Tokyo on Tuesday wearing her comfy airplane clothes.

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Gah!

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Whew. That's better. Singer Rihanna arrives at the swankest celebrity shindig of the week: the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit in New York on Monday.

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The benefit celebrated the opening of an exhibition called "Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations." But don't let the name fool you: The event wasn't pretentious at all!

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Karolina Kurkova (right) greets fellow Polish model Anja Rubik at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit in New York last week. There's something missing in this photo but I can't put my finger on it.

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Designer Marc Jacobs (left, with actress Milla Jovovich) knocked it out of the park with underpants, leprechaun shoes and, of course, the all-purpose and practical gauzy nightshirt.

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All eyes were on Beyoncé Knowles as she climbed the stairs at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit in New York on Monday.

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Singer Florence Welch attended at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit dressed as a Christmas candle.

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Singer Lana Del Rey is now a vampire. Good choice, since her debut album sucked.

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Melania Trump, wife of real estate magnate Donald Trump, attends the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit in something not even Lady Gaga would wear.

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I agree with Cate Blanchett: That's enough of making fun of celebrities. It's cruel and easy. And it's not like the super-rich famous people of the world ever turn around and mock us plebes with our mortgages, our Hondas, our clothes from the Gap and our inconsequential existences. I mean, who would do that?

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Oh. Them.

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