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Celebrity Photos of the Week: Golden Globes edition

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What is Christoph Waltz pointing at so urgently during the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday? What could possibly be so shocking? Is it...

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A) Eva Longoria’s thigh?

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B) The thought of Kevin Costner having a happy ending?

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C) The sight of Hugh Jackman having a happy ending?

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or D) This.

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This wins.

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Oh stop it. The only thing worse than seeing celebrity couples make puppy eyes at each other on the red carpet is seeing a serious actor dancing Gangnam Style.

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Not my day.

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Kelly Osbourne continued her praiseworthy tradition at the Golden Globes of being one of the first to arrive on the red carpet, before any of the interesting celebrities get there.

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Interesting celebrity Bradley Cooper is interesting for a celebrity.

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Interesting celebrity Jon Hamm used to be a more interesting celebrity. He hates Homeland.

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Interesting celebrity Mel Gibson is interesting to psychiatrists. Maybe to police. Not to producers. Not lately.

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Someone told Anne Hathaway at the NBC Golden Globes after-party Sunday that if you unscrew the top of your Golden Globe, there are diet pills inside.

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Someone asked Megan Fox at the Golden Globe Awards Sunday to hold out all the acting awards she’s won.

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Easy there, Mad Max.

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Amanda Peet wore a calf-length patterned dress and black stockings to a Golden Globes after-party Sunday, thereby impressing Italian grandmothers everywhere.

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Here is why Mallory Hytes Hagan, Miss New York, became Miss America 2013 on Sunday. She tap danced...

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She paraded in a bikini and high heels...

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And she opened her mouth really wide in a moment of excitement, thereby showing she can fulfill all the incredibly useful duties of Miss America.

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Taylor Swift cannot believe she won the award for favourite country artist at the People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles last week that she totally expected to win.

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Quick, someone give People’s Choice Awards host Kaley Cuoco a stick.

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Certainly no one can fault this choice of outfit by Emma Watson at the People's Choice Awards last week. The words don’t exist.

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Katy Perry says heidi-ho after winning the award for favourite pop artist at the People’s Choice Awards in Los Angeles last week.

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Meanwhile, in New York’s famed Times Square on Monday, Charlie Sheen hailed a drug dealer.

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