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This week: A Courtney Love sighting, country music fashion and, not coincidentally, country music gunplay

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Rocker Courtney Love emerges from the gloom at the after-party for the screening of the film "Henry's Crime" in New York City on Monday.

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Canadian method actor Keanu Reeves and actress Vera Farmiga at the "Henry's Crime" after-party in New York on Monday.

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Actress Melissa Gilbert, on the red carpet for the screening of the documentary "Born To Be Wild 3-D" in Los Angeles on Sunday, smiles gamely with the right, slightly less-botoxed, side of her face.

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Actress Kristin Davis (left) at the "Born To Be Wild 3-D" premiere in Los Angeles in a dress made from a child's bedsheet.

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Singer Taylor Swift arrives at the Country Music Awards in Las Vegas on Sunday.

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Hockey wife and country singer Carrie Underwood arrives at the Country Music Awards in Las Vegas on Sunday.

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Actress Nicole Kidman is nuzzled by her husband Keith Urban on the CMA red carpet in Las Vegas.

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Some, like Susie Brown (left) and Danelle Leverett of the Janedear Girls, wore modern, urban outfits on the CMA red carpet.

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Kimberly Schlapman of Little Big Town also showed up at the CMAs in the kind of dress that you'd be unlikely to see at a typical country hoedowns.

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Singer Martina McBride wore the kind of gown more associated with Hollywood values than with country music values.

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Same with Emily West, whose shoes were particularly liberal and elitist.

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Then this guy showed up and everything was okay.

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Having this guy there didn't hurt either. Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld attends the CMAs in Las Vegas.

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Prior to the Country Music Awards, musician Hannah Blaylock of Edens Edge took part in the NRA Country/ACM Celebrity Shoot at Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas.

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Musician Sunny Sweeney attends the NRA Country/ACM Celebrity Shoot in Las Vegas.

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Justin Bieber's voice suddenly breaks during his concert at the Sportpaleis in Antwerp last week.

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Danny McBride (left) beats James Franco in an impromptu game of Rock Paper Scissors at the premiere of their film "Your Highness" in Santa Barbara, Calif., on Friday.

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A tasteful bevy of maidens graced the premiere "Your Highness."

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Paris Hilton displays shoes from her new collection in Mexico City last week.

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Cast member Robbie Coltrane arrives at the launch of the "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1" movie in DVD and digital formats in New York on Monday.

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Actor Christopher McDonald arrives at the premiere of "Cat Run" in Los Angeles last week, a movie in which he plays the part of a tattoo on some woman's upper left arm.

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Actor/comedian Robin Williams attends the after-party for opening night of "Bengal Tiger At The Baghdad Zoo" in New York City last week.

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This is AnnaSophia Robb. She plays the lead in the movie "Soul Surfer," which is based on the true story of a professional surfer who makes a comeback after a shark bites off her left arm.

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This is AnnaSophia Robb with Bethany Hamilton, the real-life surfer Robb plays in "Soul Surfer." It's hard to tell them apart. They attended the film's premiere in Los Angeles last week.

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Hilary Duff attends the premiere of "Soul Surfer" in Los Angeles last week.

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TV personality Jay Manuel poses with June Ambrose at the launch of his new Sears clothing line in Toronto last week. This is the kind of event that can only happen in Toronto, and it explains why the rest of the country is so jealous of the nation's greatest city.

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