April 24: Former "Absolutely Fabulous" star and activist Joanna Lumley sheds a tear outside Britain's House of Parliament, where a new immigration policy regarding Gurkhas was announced. The British government ruled that some Gurkhas -- individuals of Nepalese descent who have served in the British Army -- will be able to live permanently in Britian, but activists like Lumley say the new policy will not help enough soldiers.
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April 24: "Twilight" stars Kellan Lutz and Edi Gathegi strike poses during a promotional event at a store in Sydney, Australia.
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April 23: Paulina Rubio keeps her hair swinging at the 2009 Billboard Latin Music Awards in Miami.
April 23: His own personal Jesus? Dave Gahan of Depeche Mode performs underneath a gigantic video image of himself during a concert on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" in Hollywood.
April 23: Mary-Kate Olsen stops to chat with reporters while attending the Tribeca Film Festival Artists Dinner, hosted by CHANEL, in New York.
April 23: Hilary Duff dresses casually for a screening of "Stay Cool" during the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival.
April 23: Adrien Brody, and his blue-wave look, arrive at the Tribeca Film Festival Artists Dinner.
April 23: Amy Poehler nearly drowns in an enormous cup of coffee during an appearance on NBC's "Today" show in New York.
April 23: Diddy performs live and center stage between record producer Michael McCluney (left) and Brian Andrews during the finale of MTV's "Making The Band 4" in New York City.
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April 23: B-52's front man, Fred Schneider keeps his lobster rocking during a show in Lima, Peru.
April 22: Dan Aykroyd tours the Gentilly neighborhood, a section of New Orleans devastated by Hurricane Katrina. Aykroyd has lent his time and money to the Blue Line Foundation,a developer funding the construction of homes in the area.
April 22: After defeating the Atlanta Hawks in Atlanta, the Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade celebrates with the Atlanta-born T.I., who apparently was not rooting for his hometown team.
April 22: Nick Cannon and his new friend SpongeBob pose in the Empire State Building, as part of Nickelodeon's Big Green Help initiative. The building shut off power for 60 seconds to honor Earth Day.
April 22: Sir Elton John shows some love during the final performance of his show "The Red Piano" at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. John played 241 concerts since becoming one of the resort's resident headliners in February 2004.
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April 22: Ben Affleck walks the street while filming "The Company Men" in Boston. The film, slated for a 2010 release, also stars Kevin Costner and Tommy Lee Jones as men trying to survive corporate downsizing.
April 22: Beyonce Knowles, while defying gravity in those heels, arrives for a taping of "The Late Show with David Letterman" in Times Square.
April 22: Woody Allen and Patricia Clarkson arrive at the premiere of their new film "Whatever Works." The film, which also stars Larry David and Evan Rachel Wood, opened the Tribeca Film Festival in New York.
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April 22: Alaina Huffman, apparently delirious with hunger, recieves some relief with delivered organic food in Hollywood.
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April 22: Audrina Patridge unveils her new PETA billboard on Beverly Blvd. in Los Angeles. The billboard features Partridge and her newly adopted dog, Speedy Gonzalez.
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April 21: Asher Roth, whose debut album was released earlier this week, performs at the Blender Theater in New York.
April 21: Hugh Jackman make some remarks (and shows off his biceps) after placing his hand and footprints into cement outside of Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
April 21: Justin Timberlake hams it up after planting a kiss on girlfriend Jessica Biel at the Lakers playoff game in L.A.
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April 21: Paris Hilton poses with some UCLA ROTC Cadets (not all of whom seem excited about being in the photo) at the First Ladies of Africa Gala in Beverly Hills.
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April 21: Uma Thurman and Robert De Niro listen as Spike Lee speaks during a press conference to kick off the Tribeca Film Festival. Lee's documentary about Kobe Bryant will screen as part of the festival.
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April 21: Kanye West keeps his cool at the Vanity Fair party celebrating the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival. The party was held at the State Supreme Courthouse in New York City.
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April 21: Natalie Cole performs at the First Ladies of Africa Health Summit in Beverly Hills. Cole recently announced that she has Hepatitis C and also suffers from kidney failure. She is hoping to find a match so she can have a transplant.
April 21: Russell Crowe and Helen Mirren pose happily for photographers at the London premiere of "State of Play."
April 21: Miley Cyrus walks the red carpet at the Madrid premiere of "Hannah Montana: The Movie."
April 21: Jon Bon Jovi talks to reporters at the annual Can-Do awards dinner and auction, hosted by the Food Bank for New York City.
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April 20: Lawrence Taylor and Edyta Sliwinska glide through a performance on "Dancing With the Stars," but it wasn't enough to save them. The former football star and his dance partner were booted from the show on Tuesday night.
April 20: Catherine Keener makes her way down the red carpet at the Hollywood premiere of "The Soloist."
April 20: Halle Berry, looking trim and lovely, waves to photographers at "The Soloist" premiere.
April 20: "Soloist" co-stars Jamie Foxx and Robert Downey Jr. do a little tango at their premiere, held at the Paramount Studios Theater.
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April 20: Uh, this was not the kind of "fighting" they had in mind. A lady (perhaps his Nana?) playfully punches Channing Tatum while director Dito Montiel and co-stars Altagracia Guzman and Brian J. White look on at the New York premiere of "Fighting."
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April 20: Zoe Saldana opts for a tutu-esque look at the premiere of "Star Trek" in London.
April 20: The new Capt. Kirk, Chris Pine, steps into the spotlight at the London "Star Trek" premiere. The film opens in the U.S. on May 8.
April 20: The members of Iron Maiden -- Nicko McBrain, Adrian Smith, Bruce Dickinson and Janick Gers -- arrive at the premiere of their concert documentary, "Iron Maiden: Flight 666," in London.
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April 20: Uma Thurman takes a few questions from the press as she arrives at Cookie magazine's third annual Smart Cookie Awards in New York. Thurman was one of three celebrity moms honored at the ceremony; the other two were Salma Hayek and Debra Messing.
April 20: "Guiding Light" stars Jessica Leccia and Marcy Rylan do a little shopping at Buy Buy Baby in New York City. Leccia is expecting her first child with husband Brian Malloy in June.
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April 19: Cyndi Lauper goes into superhero mode during the TV Land Awards in Universal City, Calif.
April 19: Neil Patrick Harris swings into action during the TV Land Awards. The annual ceremony, which honors classic television shows, was taped and will air April 26 on TV Land .
April 19: The Veronicas bring a touch of rock to the Miss USA pageant, held at the Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.
April 19: Matthew Broderick (not looking happy) and Sarah Jessica Parker (with a big smile and a sweet pair of hot pink heels) attend the opening night of "Mary Stuart" on Broadway.
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April 19: Rainn Wilson shows off a hat and a bit of facial scruff at the "Heroes For Autism" charity auction and concert, a benefit for Autism Speaks, in Los Angeles.
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April 19: Karen O, apparently dressed like a chandelier, gets into the groove with her band, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, at the Coachella Music Festival in Indio, Calif.
April 19: Chuck D also brings the noise at Coachella. He and his Public Enemy partner, Flavor Flav, reunited for the festival, where they performed their seminal album, "It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back," in its entirety.
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April 19: "Come on, guys, admit it: unicycles rule!" Matthew Modine takes the stage to advocate for environmental consciousness during the Earth Day concert on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. The Flaming Lips were the headliners at the free show.
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April 19: Wayne Coyne does his traditional bubble walk across the crowd during a Flaming Lips show in Washington, D.C., part of the Earth Day concert on the National Mall.
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April 19: Eddie Murphy keeps the shades on and the laughs coming as he watches the Lakers take on the Utah Jazz during game one of their NBA playoff series in L.A.
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April 18: T.R. Knight escorts Kathy Griffin -- who isn't afraid to show some skin -- on to the stage at the GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles. Griffin received the Vanguard Award, which recognizes performers who have furthered understanding of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community through their work.
April 18: Antonio Banderas works his magic on the crowd at the Malaga Film Festival in Spain.
April 18: Pro racer Alfred Unser Jr. congratulates Keanu Reeves after "The Matrix" star's victory during the celebrity division of the Toyota Pro/Celebrity race, held during the Long Beach Grand Prix weekend in California.
April 18: Vince Vaughn and his fiancee, Kyla Weber, show their Blackhawks spirit during an NHL playoff game between their Chicago team and the Calgary Flames at the United Center in Chicago.
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April 17: Cher gets a little bit country (at least in terms of the hat) while speaking to an audience at a tribute to director Norman Jewison at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Jewison directed Cher in her Oscar-winning role in "Moonstruck."
April 17: Michael J. Fox tees off during the first round of the Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am golf tournament at TPC Tampa Bay.
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