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Celebrity Photos of the Week: Real questions for real actors!

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Andrew Dice Clay does us all a favour and tries to rip his own head off at the premiere of Blue Jasmine in Beverly Hills, Calif., last week.

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Dear Kaley Cuoco: Cutting limb holes in two of your great aunt’s throw-pillow covers does not make them into wearable clothing items at the premiere of Blue Jasmine in Beverly Hills, Calif., last week.

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Darth Vaderhosen goes over to the yellow side at a Star Wars convention in Germany last week.

Wolfgang Rattay/Reuters

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Bryan Adams performs his new hit “A Census Taker Once Tried to Test Me” in Spain last week.

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Selena Gomez performs her hit “Moves Like Jame Gumb” in New York last week.

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Grizzled pop veteran Britney Spears (left) greets promising newcomer Katy Perry at the premiere of The Smurfs 2 in Los Angeles on Saturday.

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Katy Perry may have a stalker problem at the premiere of The Smurfs 2 in Los Angeles on Saturday.

Mario Anzuoni/Reuters

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Woah. This is serious.

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Mark Wahlberg basks in the sweet, sweet glow of being Mark Wahlberg at the premiere of 2 Guns in New York on Monday.

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Later he was mugged.

Carlo Allegri/Reuters

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And now, actual questions from actual critics at the Television Critics Association Summer press tour in Beverly Hills on Monday. “Tell us, Beau Bridges, how much do you love having a brother and a father who are way more famous, better-looking and successful than you?”

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“Sir, what is it like being married to Janet Gretzky?”

Phil McCarten/Reuters

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“One question, Sarah Michelle Gellar – Ringers: Best show ever?”

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“And what else have you done to make yourself more attractive to the ladies, Thomas Lennon?”

Phil McCarten/Reuters

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“Amanda Setton, of your allotted 15 minutes of fame, how many currently remain?”

Mario Anzuoni/Reuters

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“A question for all of you: Which one of you would you say has over-used the same schtick for far too long?”

Mario Anzuoni/Reuters

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“Rob Lowe, can you please move the parts of your face that have not been paralyzed by Botox?”

Fred Prouser/Reuters

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“Same question for you, Claire Danes.”

Mario Anzuoni/Reuters

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