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Tom Cruise leaves a New York hotel last week with Suri, the daughter he had been accused in the tabloid press of abandoning in the wake of his split with Katie Holmes. Luckily for Tom, there were a ton of completely unexpected photographers staking out the hotel, which apparently has no back entrance, to take photos that put the lie to the vicious rumour.

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If I were German TV presenter Daniela Katzenberger at a charity match in Frankfurt last week, I too would hesitate before kicking an innocent, heavily-inflated globular object.

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Don’t worry: The image of a robot bus in London doing pushups with giant red arms will only haunt your dreams for a month or so.

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Justin Bieber says you have to be this tall before you can ride the Biebertron at the Teen Choice Awards in Universal City, Calif., on Sunday.

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Hey, Justin Bieber on the red carpet at the Teen Choice Awards in Universal City, Calif., on Sunday: Hilary Swank called and wants her sideburns back.

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Taylor Swift mischievously whispers, “I rode the Biebertron” in Selena Gomez’s ear at the Teen Choice Awards in Universal City, Calif., on Sunday.

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Zooey Deschanel wore blue to the Teen Choice Awards in Universal City, Calif., on Sunday.

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Taylor Swift wore white to the Teen Choice Awards in Universal City, Calif., on Sunday.

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Demi Lovato wore a native-American wetsuit with a sideboob breathing apparatus and a hair spear to the Teen Choice Awards in Universal City, Calif., on Sunday.

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A high-fashion look trickled down to Forever 21 and ended up on Kat Graham at the Teen Choice Awards in Universal City, Calif., on Sunday.

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Sylvester Stallone was just saying that he rejects the notion that the entertainment industry glorifies violence or makes it in any way heroic.

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Bruce Willis: I don’t think you can equate film violence with real violence. We’re just a break from reality for everyone but the country’s 300,000 annual victims of gun crimes.

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Tom Cruise is running late and will join us in a minute.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger: I do not endorse violence as a solution to anyone’s problems. Unless they have robot problems. Then go for it.

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Tom Cruise: Glad to be able to join you. For me, intense sequences of frenetic violence and menace mixed with images of masculinity and sexual desire have no influence on young people if they don’t watch movies.

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Bruce Willis: Final word – movies don’t kill people. We just make it look cool.

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Thanks, everyone. Participants in today’s discussion each receive this tasteful .50 caliber bottle opener from the National Rifle Association!

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Or, if they have small children, they can choose the NRA bib. Because you’re never too young to defend the Second Amendment! And now back to our regularly scheduled pointlessness.

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Doug Jones discovers the NRA sells baby bibs at the premiere of "The Watch" in Hollywood on Monday.

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Chef Gordon Ramsay actually makes a sweet face during a panel discussion at the Television Critics Association Summer press tour in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Monday.

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Yes, Doug Jones. We get it.

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