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Dolly Parton arrives at the Hollywood premiere of "Joyful Noise" in Los Angeles on Monday wearing a dress that features a contiguous set of oversize buttons.

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See? Here is a closeup of Dolly Parton's oversized buttons.

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British actor Paul Bettany had his own oversized pair of spectacles going on at the UK premiere of "Margin Call" in London on Monday.

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Antonio Banderas poses for photos on the red carpet for the film "Haywire" in Los Angeles last week while his wife Melanie Griffith takes one of her "naps."

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Shannon Tweed (left) demonstrates the only known way of getting her handsome husband Gene Simmons to shut up at the premiere of "Haywire" in Los Angeles last week.

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Ewan McGregor smiles with his chin at the premiere of "Haywire" in Los Angeles last week.

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British royalty flocked to the UK premiere of "War Horse" in London on Sunday, including Kate, . . .

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. . . Prince William . . .

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. . . and Camilla.

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CORRECTION: The caption on the previous photo incorrectly identified Joey the Horse, star horse of the film "War Horse," as a member of the British royal family. We regret the error as much as we regret the hat and scarf being worn by author Michael Morpurgo in the next photo.

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See how sorry we are!!

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Actor Gary Oldman attended the Palm Springs International Film Festival Gala in Palm Springs, Calif., last week, where he was awarded this spiffy bong for his work.

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Glenn Close was also awarded a bong at the Palm Springs International Film Festival Gala in Palm Springs, Calif., last week.

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"It's MY bong!"

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George Clooney, who won the Chairman's Award at the Palm Springs International Film Festival Gala, got a bong and a girl.

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Actress Octavia Spencer did not win a bong at the Palm Springs International Film Festival Gala and wasn't too pleased about it.

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Brad Pitt was also denied a bong.

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Brad Pitt prepares to club the organizers of the Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala with his non-bong prize.

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Al Pacino and Jessica Chastain didn't win any bongs at the Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival last week but the pampered millionaire actors did get free Cartier watches and jewellery to help buffer their suffering.

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Jonah Hill went to the Palm Springs International Film Festival Gala but didn't get a bong, or a statue, or any jewellery or watches, and no one even helped him tie his tie. That's what he gets for starring in "The Sitter."

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Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt struck this pose on the red carpet at the Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Gala in Palm Springs, Calif., last week . . .

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And then they nailed it again two days later at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards in New York City. It's almost like they practise this stuff.

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Jean Dujardin, star of the silent film "The Artist," deals with what one hopes is a wardrobe malfunction on the red carpet at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards on Monday.

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Daniel Craig poses with his pants undone while holding Rooney Mara at the Spanish premiere of "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" in Madrid last week.

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See? They're undone!

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Daniel Craig did the same thing at the German premiere of "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" in Berlin the next day.

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SEE?!?!

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Daniel Craig orders everyone to undo their pants at the Spanish premiere of "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" last week.

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