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Celebrity Photos of the Week: Miley Cyrus's problems are our problems

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Caution: White Person Dancing.

Carlo Allegri/Reuters

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I said CAUTION! At least we don’t have to see Miley Cyrus’s White Person Having Sex face.

Carlo Allegri/Reuters

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Oh yes we do!

Lucas Jackson/Reuters

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Ashton Kutcher says hi to the people who make the iPhone during a promotional tour for the movie Jobs in Beijing last week.

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Ethan Hawke passes on a little information about middle-aged men that Selena Gomez may not be aware of at the premiere of the film Getaway in Los Angeles.

Mario Anzuoni/Reuters

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“It was so gross,” Selena Gomez tells Taylor Swift at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday. “He just kept bringing up his Viagra prescription.”

Lucas Jackson/Reuters

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Taylor Swift, seen here on the red carpet at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday, is always so poised and together.

Andrew Kelly/Reuters

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Until she sees an ex-boyfriend.

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Sweet Jesus Mary and Joseph what has Madonna been eating?!! Golden Pie?!

Remo Casilli/Reuters

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Katy Perry’s teeth say “ROAR” but her face says “FART” at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday.

Evan Agostini/AP

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Someone’s horny.

Evan Agostini/AP

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Lady Gaga attended the VMAs as a nun....

Lucas Jackson/Reuters

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Then as a clown....

Lucas Jackson/Reuters

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Then as herself....

Scott Gries/AP

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Then as Richard Simmons...

Andrew Kelly/Reuters

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And then as a clown again.

Lucas Jackson/Reuters

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Jimmy Fallon reaches to push the pause button on Joseph Gordon Levitt at the VMAs in New York on Saturday.

Carlo Allegri/Reuters

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Pauszzzzzzzz... Why are the women 100 times more interesting and brave than the men at these events?

Carlo Allegri/Reuters

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I mean, really. Adam Lambert?

Andrew Kelly/Reuters

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Drake sort of makes a face and pushes the bounds of male courage at the VMAs in New York on Saturday.

Lucas Jackson/Reuters

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Oh, Justin. That is so daring and hilarious.

Carlo Allegri/Reuters

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Men. They just throw on a bad suit and stand there.

Lucas Jackson/Reuters

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Moving on, Canadian dope fiend Justin Trudeau spaces out and starts giggling while meeting voters in Quebec City last week.

Francis Vachon/The Canadian Press

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Justin Trudeau thinks it’s great to be alive.

Francis Vachon/The Canadian Press

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So does Rob Ford.

Mark Blinch/Reuters

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The tragic collision between the son of Alan Thicke and the daughter of Billy Ray Cyrus can only make us all hope that this kind of horrible incident will end with the current generation of celebrities.

Eric Thayer/Reuters

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Oh bugger.

Mario Anzuoni/Reuters

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