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10. CHRIS'S FINGER AND HAND DESIGNS
Politically minded Coldplay frontman Chris Martin provoked questions about the tape on his fingers and lines on his hands. The tape draws the eye to the equals sign, which pays homage to his pet cause, fair trade.
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9. DEMI'S VERSACE ADS
Moore struck a blow – and a pose – for women over 40. Declared company head Donatella Versace: "She has kids, a career – and looks amazing."
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8. J.LO'S BAAA-D HAIR DAY
For April's 2005 Billboard Latin Music Awards in Miami, J.Lo inexplicably chose to model her hairstyle after a mountain sheep.
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7. KELLY'S WARDROBE MALFUNCTION
Nearly 16 million viewers saw General Hospital's Kelly Monaco get a grip on herself – and keep it there – after her dress strap broke during Dancing with the Stars.
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6. PARIS'S BURGER AD
Ads for Carl's Jr. and Hardee's featured the heiress, the Bentley she was suggestively sudsing and her signature tagline, "That's hot" – but not in some southeastern cities, where a franchise owner refused to air them.
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5. MARTHA'S PONCHO
A fellow inmate crocheted the "Coming Home" poncho Stewart wore to leave jail, spurring more than a million requests for the pattern.
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4. MARY-KATE'S DUMPSTER DRESSING
Barely visible under oversize layers, the multimillionaire teen inspired legions of urban hipsters to buy into the bag-lady look.
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3. NATALIE'S SHAVED HEAD
The actress chopped off her luxurious locks for her role in the upcoming film V for Vendetta. "It's so soft, I might keep it for a while," said Portman of her smooth pate. True to her word, she did – and has since grown a mini-mohawk.
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2. MICHAEL'S COURT PAJAMAS
His alibi? Back problems forced him to arrive straight from a hospital visit.
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1. JESSICA'S DAISY DUKES
Twenty-five years after The Dukes of Hazzard's Catherine Bach made Daisy Dukes required summer wear, Jessica Simpson sparked renewed interest in the iconic look. "I never had a butt before," said Simpson, who worked out assiduously to get one. "I had to do Daisy proud."