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Celebrity Photos of the Week: Reese Witherspoon's deepest thoughts exposed!

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Reese Witherspoon looks gratefully up at Matthew McConaughey at the premiere of Mud in New York on Sunday and realizes that it’s actually pretty darn difficult for an actor to kill his or her career.

Evan Agostini/AP

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Reese Witherspoon’s mugshot is the portrait of a woman content not to be Lindsay Lohan.

Handout/Reuters

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Liza Minnelli is momentarily left unattended on the red carpet at the premiere of Mistaken For Strangers in New York last week.

Lucas Jackson/Reuters

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Robert De Niro's face says, “Yeah, I’m holding her hand, and if anyone says anything about it I’ll go Travis Bickle on their ass.”

Charles Sykes/AP

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Richard Belzer wins on style points at the premiere of Mistaken For Strangers in New York last week.

Charles Sykes/AP

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Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones attend the 40th Anniversary Chaplin Award Gala in New York on Monday. Funny thing is, he was at the first gala when she was still in diapers, and now here they are and everything is reversed.

Andrew Kelly/Reuters

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Robert Downey Jr. arrives at the British premiere of Iron Man 3 in London last week.

Joel Ryan/AP

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Later he checked out the spectacular sights.

Joel Ryan/AP

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Reese Witherspoon: Still not Lindsay Lohan.

Evan Agostini/AP

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Perez Hilton: Still inexplicable.

Jonathan Alcorn/Reuters

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Former U.S. president Bill Clinton describes some of the fun he had late at night in the White House at the GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles last week.

Jonathan Alcorn/Reuters

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Betty White is so irrepressible. You just can’t repress her.

Jonathan Alcorn/Reuters

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The Backstreet Boys do a strikingly realistic impression of their career at the unveiling of their star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame last week.

Mario Anzuoni/Reuters

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Meanwhile, in Regina on Sunday, Canadian musician Rose Cousins goes slightly crazy imagining all the money that will now pour into her bank account after winning the Juno Award for Roots and Traditional Album of the Year.

Todd Korol/Reuters

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This is a funny photo from the Junos if you know who this is and what the context is.

Liam Richards/CP

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Justin Bieber couldn’t attend the Juno Awards in Regina on Sunday, so they got this guy.

Liam Richards/CP

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Michael Bublé and his wife Luisana Lopilato almost look real on the red carpet at the Juno Awards in Regina on Sunday.

Todd Korol/Reuters

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There were numerous arrests at the Juno Awards in Regina on Sunday. Carly Rae Jepsen was picked up for living off the avails of one song and one song only.

Todd Korol/Reuters

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Serena Ryder was nabbed for illegal use of a rock’n’roll gesture by a folk musician.

Todd Korol/Reuters

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Tom Cochrane was finally arrested for elder abuse after years of eluding the police.

Todd Korol/Reuters

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Kathleen Edwards was taken away and charged with terrorism.

Todd Korol/Reuters

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k.d. lang was busted for repeated capital crimes (wait for it).

Liam Richards/CP

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Michael Bublé was hired to host the Juno Awards in Regina on Sunday because he can get excited about anything.

Derek Mortensen/CP

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BREAKING: Kathleen Edwards is still at large.

Liam Richards/CP

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