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Celebrity Photos of the Week: Up and down at the Emmys

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Sometimes I dream of kittens in tea cups. . .

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. . . And sometimes I dream of Germans in lederhosen marching in formation. This is what this job does to a person. You’ll see. . .

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Sofia Vergara launches a thousand ships at the Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger launches the Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy and Also For Making People Forget That Thing With The Maid at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles on Monday.

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Heidi Klum makes an argument for the return of the Roman Empire at the Emmy Awards on Sunday.

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Ellen Degeneres and Portia de Rossi make a case for the non-return of your grandparents’ swingin’ ’70s retirement-home-cocktail-lounge wear at the Emmy Awards on Sunday.

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Kerry Washington is the picture of grace and elegance at the Emmy Awards on Sunday.

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Toronto mayor Rob Ford puts on a hockey sweater in Toronto on Friday.

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Zooey Deschanel is a fairy princess at the Emmys on Sunday.

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Lena Dunham is a prairie seamstress at the Emmys on Sunday.

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Julianne Moore’s talent, hard work and dedication to her craft earned her an invitation to the Emmys on Sunday.

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Kelly Osbourne got to go to the Emmys on Sunday just because.

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Taylor Swift performs fresh new material at the 2012 iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas on Saturday.

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Steven Tyler of Aerosmith forgets the lyrics to “Dude Looks Like a Lady” the 2012 iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas on Saturday.

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Kittens. . .

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. . . Lederhosen. You get the picture. I should just be thankful I’ve never dreamt of a man running across a football field wearing nothing but sneakers, underpants and an Ellen Degeneres cape.

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A man wearing sneakers, underpants and an Ellen Degeneres cape disrupts the second half of the NFL football game between the New England Patriots and the Baltimore Ravens in Baltimore on Sunday. Everyone agreed the ensemble was a better call than any of those made by the replacement officials working the game.

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Self-referential shot of actor Aziz Ansari at the Entertainment Weekly Pre Emmy Party in Los Angeles on Sunday used to inform readers of Caption Writing Person’s ironic awareness of egregiously corny nature of previous joke about NFL replacement officials.

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Hey, President Barack Obama: How’s your wife Michelle’s campaign to get Americans to eat healthier food going?

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No really: How’s it going?

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