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Celebrity Photos of the Week: Bieber dressed down!

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Oh my god what a terrible outfit to wear to the presentation of a Diamond Jubilee Medal in Ottawa on Friday! The ill-fitting work clothes, the unnecessary accessories, the clichéd reversible lid .... Try to do better next time, Stephen Harper!

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... Far, wherever you are, Kate Winslet was named a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire at Buckingham Palace in London last week.

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Oh look – it isn’t just the last joke that’s sucking hard. Lady Gaga, with a lollipop in Paraguay on Monday, is also doing that.

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Either Mick Jagger wants some lollipop or Keith Richards is looking for his stash at the Rolling Stones concert in London on Sunday. In any event: Far ...

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Actor Jared Leto whips his glasses off one slide too late at the Gotham Independent Film Awards in New York on Monday.

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Normal: Salma Hayek kisses her trophy at the Bambi 2012 media awards in Dusseldorf, Germany, last week.

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Freaky: Celine Dion rubs her face on the butt of a golden deer at the Bambi 2012 media awards on Dusseldorf, Germany, last week.

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Waaaaiiiit a minute! It’s actually Justin Bieber who's wearing the inappropriate outfit in this photo!! White after Labour Day? C’mon!! How do powerful people make such dumb mistakes?!

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“Find a photo of a man whose powerful position is a reflection of his excellent judgment and peerless self-restraint!” I thunderously commanded my sarcastic minions.

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Forced to work alone, I entered the words “Hollywood star,” “comeback” and “classy” into the sarcastic search engine of our computerized photo archive and got this photo of Lindsay Lohan at a dinner celebrating the premiere of "Liz & Dick" in Beverly Hills last week.

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“Pertinent rock star?”

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“Understandably long Hollywood marriage?” This thing is broken. I can’t work like this.

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