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Celebrity parenting expert Woody Allen and his wife Soon-Yi Previn make plans for Father’s Day at the premiere of "To Rome with Love" in Los Angeles last week.

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Global democracy hero Aung San Suu Kyi, moments after receiving Amnesty International’s Ambassador of Conscience Award in Dublin on Monday, stays calm while a desperate Irish publicity-seeker totally ruins the moment.

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English rock sibling Noel Gallagher responds to the question “What’s for dinner?” at the England-Sweden Euro Cup soccer match in Kiev last week.

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Troll-doll-haired actress Kristen Stewart wants to punch someone in the face at the Australian premiere of "Snow White and the Huntsman" in Sydney on Tuesday.

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British bone rack Keira Knightley exhausts herself raising an eyebrow at the premiere of "Seeking a Friend for the End of the World" in Los Angeles on Monday. And that concludes the rapid-fire segment of this week’s gallery.

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On to the MuchMusic Video Awards in Toronto on Sunday, where Justin Bieber introduced the clone, now two-years-old, that was created to replace him in 12 years when he hits 30 and is in rehab and hoping to make a comeback on “Dancing with the Stars” and Greece is still teetering on the brink of leaving the Euro zone and the Leafs are in the basement.

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Just kidding! That’s not a clone. It Justin’s adorable little brother Jaxon, who was trotted out by the singer at the MuchMusic Video Awards in a completely uncontrived fashion. Because what toddler doesn’t want thousands of people screaming at him in the street? Jaxon is only crying here because he just met his idols, LMFAO.

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Also exploiting toddlers at the MuchMusic Video Awards was Katy Perry. The presexualization of little girls never stops being funny.

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Later, a strategically beglittered Katy Perry sang a song about what it feels like to no longer be married to a British comedian/ex-junkie who can’t/won’t shut up about himself.

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Hello, Russell Brand.

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Keshiea Chante pulls off a difficult double side-boob manoeuvre at the MuchMusic Video Awards in Toronto on Sunday.

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A little advice for MuchMusic VJ Phebe Dykstra at the MuchMusic Video Awards in Toronto on Sunday: If you have to dislocate your shoulders and elbows in order to have cleavage, it’s probably not worth it.

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More advice for MuchMusic VJ Phebe Dykstra at the MuchMusic Video Awards in Toronto on Sunday: Just stop, okay?

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Yes, we saw it too, Cory Lee at the MuchMusic Video Awards in Toronto on Sunday.

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Singer Carly Rae Jepsen invents the un-sandwich at the MuchMusic Video Awards in Toronto on Sunday: meat on the outside, white bread in the middle.

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LMFAO create a visual metaphor that one hopes stops right there at the MuchMusic Video Awards in Toronto on Sunday.

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Oh dear. They didn’t stop. They took it through to its sadly inevitable conclusion.

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Perez Hilton continues his ridiculous existence at the MuchMusic Video Awards in Toronto on Sunday.

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