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Celebrity Photos of the Week: Putin's smooth chest, and other oddities

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“Homosexuals must be this tall to play in the Olympics,” Vladimir Putin announces in his Moscow office after continuing to shave his chest into his 60s.

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Sharlto Copley (left) carries a lifelike actress/model doll into the premiere of Elysium in Sydney, Australia, on Monday.

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Miley Cyrus demonstrates to authorities that she has swallowed all her idiot pills at the Teen Choice Awards in Universal City, California, on Sunday.

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She was then allowed to proceed.

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Idiot pills leave a bitter aftertaste.

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Celebrity senator Pamela Wallin hands a large idiot pill to the Canadian public on Parliament Hill on Monday.

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“Quit complaining,” Pamela Wallin tells Canadians on Parliament Hill on Monday. “You should be used to the aftertaste by now.”

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How large a pill do we have to swallow to accept Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs in a film called Jobs? God!

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Ashton Kutcher accepts the “Ultimate Choice Award” at the Teen Choice Awards in Universal City, California, on Sunday. Yes, he would have been my last choice, too. Idiots.

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Angela Sarafyan stares blankly ahead at the premiere of Paranoia in Los Angeles last week after preparing herself to go watch Jobs. Another side effect of idiot pills is hallucinations.

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Jodie Foster tries to touch the beautiful glowing flowers floating in front of her face at the premiere of Elysium in Los Angeles last week.

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Impossible to get that taste out of your mouth, isn’t it.

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Lily Collins wears the drapes from that horrible Caribbean resort that you went to because it got three stars on TripAdvisor at the Teen Choice Awards at on Sunday.

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Bella Thorne wears the seat cushions.

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Jordin Sparks wears the slinkiest dress ever at the Teen Choice Awards on Sunday.

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Bad male pants trend No. 1: Hipster floods on the band Paramore at the Teen Choice Awards on Sunday.

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Bad male pants trend No. 2: Paisley drainpipes on Robert Sheehan at the premiere of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones in Los Angeles on Monday.

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You look at this photo of Mickey Rooney and you think, “It’s not fair to pick on a celebrity just because of ONE photo where he smiles like an idiot.”

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You’re right. There should be two.

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Shay Mitchell arrives at the Teen Choice Awards on Sunday and...

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Harrison Ford is all, like, “Woah!” at the premiere of Paranoia.

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Christine Marzano poses at the premiere of Paranoia and...

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Cuba Gooding Jr. is all, like, “Okay!” at the premiere of The Butler.

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Nina Dobrev poses at the Teen Choice Awards and...

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Vladimir Putin feels the warm rays of the sun on his smooth chest.

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