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19 Things Celebrities Did This Week

All the noteworthy, funny and completely random things that you probably missed — for your viewing pleasure.

1. Miley Cyrus showed off her new priorities.

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2. Niall Horan made this expression.

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3. Katy Perry & Mia Moretti saw Kinky Boots on Broadway.

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4. Dizzee Rascal and Robbie Williams filmed a music video for their upcoming single.

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5. Channing Tatum and his dog went for an intense run.

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6. Meryl Streep and her daughters all gave the same death glare to the paparazzi.

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7. The Kardashians rode horses in Greece.

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8. Rachel Zoe and her family went to the park.

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9. Hugh Laurie got a haircut.

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10. Rita Ora and Cara Delevingne went out in London.

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11. Jesse MetCalfe hoisted his girlfriend onto his shoulders.

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12. Drew Barrymore dyed her hair blonde.

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13. Amber Heard ran with her tiny puppy.

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14. Joey Lawrence yodeled.

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15. Sherri Shepherd hawked her book on TV.

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16. Adam Scott threw out the first pitch at a Dodgers game.

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17. Vanessa Hudgens texted on her way to yoga.

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18. Maeby and George Michael reunited.

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19. and Allison Williams “worked out” on the set of Girls.

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