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Fug or Fab the Cover (and More): December 2014 Vogue, Featuring Amy Adams, Benedict Cumberbatch, and More


This issue was chock-a-block with stuff, including the world’s current favorite bowl of alphabet soup, Bananabread Cinnabon. One could argue Vogue should have put him on the cover, for newsstand swooning alone. Instead, we got Amy Adams — which more than twenty of you guessed would happen, though mostly in February for American Hustle, rather than in December, for Whatever She’s In Right Now Which Will Probably At Least Net Her A Globe Nod – and while I like her, this cover and I are not the best of friends. Although I will take it a hundred times over the creepy-ass thing they did to her inside the book. Come and see. Be brave.

[Photos: Vogue]

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Fugs and Fabs: The Guardians of the Galaxy Premiere


Chris Pratt reportedly was a frontrunner to play Chuck (from Chuck). Now he is at the same premiere as the erstwhile Chuck. Do we think that came up in conversation?

[Photos: Fame/Flynet]

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Fugs and Fabs: Celebs at Wimbledon, Part 4


The Wimbledon Celebs In the Stands coverage continues! The first bit is here; the first Wills and Kate bits are here; the next bit is here, the SECOND Wills and Kate bit is here. This particular go-round includes Colin and Posh and Samuel L Jackson and The Hems!  And also some full-on ridiculousness from Suki Waterhouse.

[Photos: AKM/GSI, Splash]

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Well Played: The Dudes of the Oscars Red Carpet


May we interest you in some eye candy?

PS: We didn’t forget Will Smith and Matthew McConaughey! You can find them here. Just keep livin‘.

[Photos: Getty]

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Fugs and Fabs: Celebs at London Fashion Week


Let’s put a bow on this sucker and move on to Milan.

[Photos Fame/Flynet, WENN, Getty]

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Fugs and Fabs: The Men of the Oscar Nominees Luncheon


Seriously, the Mounties are all, “We’ve been doing this for YEARS and nobody cared. WHAT’S SO SPECIAL ABOUT HIM.” Maybe if the Mounties had sung a dance tune with some French robots, we’d have taken notice.

[Photos: WENN]

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