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17 Things Celebrities Did This Week

From the completely random to the mundane, here are all of the noteworthy things that you probably missed for your viewing pleasure.

1. Jennifer Lawrence debuted her new haircut.

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2. Harrison Ford conducted a band.

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3. Chris Kirkpatrick got married (and all of NSYNC was there).

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4. Emma Thompson was twins with cardboard Tom Hanks on the poster behind her.

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5. Tilda Swinton, Lorde, and David Bowie posed for a photo together.

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6. Victoria Beckham showed off her 14-year-old son Brooklyn.

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7. Liam and Chris Hemsworth attended the Thor premiere.

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8. Will Smith filmed Focus in New Orleans.

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9. Kit Hoover picked a winner in giant David Hassehoff’s nose.

10. Ashley Greene gathered party supplies.

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11. Ed Norton and Jeremy Renner posed for this photo.

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12. Charles and Camilla went to India.

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13. Ian McKellen wore Gandalf underwear.

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14. Lauren Conrad partied.

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15. Bella Thorne dressed up as a mermaid a week after Halloween.

16. Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley paid homage to Miley and Robin Thicke.

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17. Charlie Day says hey.

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