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RAIN & SHINE
Jon Hamm doesn't let a little rain diminish his star wattage while taking a dapper stroll outside London's ITV Studios on Monday.
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BLACK AT IT
Rise and shine! Kourtney and Khloé Kardashian make a fashionable early-morning appearance Monday on Good Morning America to promote the June 12 premiere of Keeping Up with the Kardashians. "Turn on the tube and watch your fave sistas!," Kourtney Tweeted.
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Matthew McConaughey, Camila Alves and tots Vida, 17 months, and Levi, 2, don their Sunday best for a family outing in Santa Monica, Calif.
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She's still got it! Jennifer Aniston accepts the golden mantlers for a 'Decade of Hotness' at Spike TV's Guys Choice Awards Saturday in L.A. The actress, 42, thanked yoga instructor Mandy Ingber for her continuously rockin' bod.
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A LEG UP
With her parents and sister at the derby, Pippa Middleton runs a race of her own, participating in the GE Blenheim Triathlon Saturday in Woodstock, England.
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JOB WELL DONE
Who has two thumbs and a great big smile? Salma Hayek, who, along with husband François-Henri Pinault, shows some support from her courtside seat at the French Open tennis tournament in Paris Friday.
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Say 'hi' to your mother! Mark Wahlberg and adorable son Brendan, 2, spend some quality time Thursday, checking out the shops at Westfield Mall in Century City, Calif.
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'BOYS' TO MEN
Talk about a super group! NKOTBSB – which includes members of the New Kids on the Block and Backstreet Boys – band together for a performance on the Today show Friday in N.Y.C., where they performed their classic hits "The Right Stuff" and "Larger Than Life."
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She's a showstopper! Aussie pop singer Kylie Minogue takes the stage Friday in Brisbane, Australia, for the Down Under debut of her Aphrodite Les Folies tour.
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