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Celebrity Photos of the Week: Aug. 22

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Maid-banger/actor Arnold Schwarzenegger poses with two of his legitimate heirs at the premiere of "The Expendables 2" in Hollywood last week.

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Charisma Carpenter is an actress in "The Expendables 2" whose name is, ironically, Charisma.

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Hey, Nikolette Noel at the premiere of "The Expendables 2" in Hollywood last week: The wedding shoppe called and they want their curtains back. Also, your right eye is creepy.

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Yikes!

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When “Expendables 2” co-star Chuck Norris signs a poster, the poster turns into gold. He still sucks as an actor, though.

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Meanwhile on the U.S. election campaign trail on Saturday, a panicked Mitt Romney smiles up a frozen rictus of fear while desperately trying to remember whether his aides told him to call little voters “midgets” or “dwarves.”

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U.S. Representative Todd Akin says, “Would you ladies like to see a Republican dance?”

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Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan does his darndest to break into dance during a campaign stop in Florida last week.

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“Thank you, ladies. I hope you enjoyed that. Stay out of bars!”

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Cuckold/minimalist actor Robert Pattinson gives a workshop on how to display emotion at the New York premiere of the film “Cosmopolis” last week. He begins here with happiness.

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Now he is doing affection.

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This is shock!

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Here is curiosity.

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And back to happiness. Nice work, kid.

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Actor Ben Affleck accepts the "Facebook" award at the "Do Something Awards" in Santa Monica, Calif., on Sunday. Because who does more for the world than a celebrity on Facebook, right?

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Actress Sophia Bush arrives at the "Do Something Awards" in Santa Monica, Calif., on Sunday. Apparently what Ms. Bush does is recycle pylons

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Really, who does something better than a Hollywood celebrity? Here actress Willa Ford stays thin right before our eyes at the "Do Something Awards" in Santa Monica, Calif., on Sunday.

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Actress Layla Kayleigh makes the world a better place for grownups who want to dress like Tinkerbell at the "Do Something Awards" in Santa Monica, Calif., on Sunday.

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Kelly Osbourne selflessly makes it safe to live off your family name at the "Do Something Awards" in Santa Monica, Calif., on Sunday.

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Reality show personality Nicole Murphy attends the "Do Something Awards" in Santa Monica, Calif., on Sunday. Because who makes a greater contribution to our world today than a reality show personality! WHO?!?

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Members of the female punk band Pussy Riot anxiously wait to hear whether they’ve won a Do Something Award from behind a glass-walled cage during a court hearing in Moscow last week. And the award goes to....

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Cory Monteith! YES!!

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