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Monday, February 28, 2011

And the award for the most costume changes goes to... Oscars host Anne Hathaway wears EIGHT incredible outfits

By Jade Watkins


Divine: Anne Hathaway changed into an incredible SEVEN dresses whilst hosting the 2011 Oscar awards, including this burgundy silk gown by Atelier Versace


Hosting the Oscars may well have been Anne Hathaway's most important role to date.

And with the top honour came some serious couture.

The 28-year-old changed into an incredible eight difference outfits throughout the night.

She started out the evening in a Valentino, and even had the designer himself on hand in case of a red carpet emergency.


Shake it up baby now: Anne shimmied on-stage in a silver-fringed Oscar de la Renta gown

'I have a needle and thread in my pocket just in case, ' the designer told the Daily Mail.

She was styled by celebrity favourite Rachel Zoe and was adorned in Tiffany jewels throughout the ceremony.

Anne of many colours: She appeared in sapphire blue Giorgio Armani and a Vivienne Westwood corseted ball gown during the night, left to right


Opening the awards, Hathaway slipped into a cream-coloured strapless Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci gown.

Accessorising the look with a diamond ring, bracelet and earrings, she was positively glittering.

Her next look was especially styled for her hilarious cross-dressing spoof with co-host James Franco.

Emerging in a custom tuxedo by Lanvin she managed to make the androgynous theme still look somewhat feminine.

Androgynous: Her custom made Lanvin tuxedo was especially styled for an hilarious cross-dressing spoof with co-host James Franco


For her third look, the Hathaway slipped into a Vivienne Westwood corseted gown layered with taffeta and lace smattered with sequins.

The princess-style gown was said to have been specially designed for the actress in London.

Setting off the grey tones, she paired the gown with a stunning diamond and dusty amethyst necklace from the Tiffany Archives.

The biggest risk for Hathaway came in her silver-tasselled Oscar de la Renta gown.

But she turned the disco themed ensemble from bordering on tacky to sophisticated, by once again dripping in Tiffany jewels and also slipping her feet into some Jimmy Choo heels.

Dazzling: Hathaway opened ceremony wearing a cream-coloured strapless Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci gown and closed the night in a slinky Tom Ford smokey grey lace and crystal adorned gown


Next up was a burgundy silk gown by Atelier Versace.

Perhaps the most stunning of the night, her figure looked incredible in the body-hugging Art Deco inspired bodice.

It was followed by a sapphire Giorgio Armani Privé satin column dress which gave a memorising effect on screen with it's shiny accents.

Accentuating the blue tone, she slipped on a pair of Tanzanite and diamond earrings, a black onyx and diamond bracelet, and a diamond and sapphire ring.

Finishing off her hosting duties, Hathaway finally slipped into a slinky Tom Ford smoky grey lace and crystal adorned gown.

Hathaway is the youngest person to host the show, which was broadcast live in more than 200 countries worldwide.


Bold: The actress, who was styled on the night by celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe, wore a bold strapless dress by Valentino on the red carpet


Source:dailymail

Single Scarlett Johansson takes handsome agent along as Oscars date

By Daily Mail Reporter


Oscars date: Scarlett Johansson took her agent Joe Machota to the Academy Awards last night


The pair were also spotted together at the star-studded Vanity Fair after party.

Scarlett Johansson took her agent Joe Machota along as her date to the Oscars.

The 26-year-old star split from husband Ryan Reynolds last year and was spotted with a mystery man on the red carpet of the Kodak Theatre as she made her way to the 83rd Academy Awards.

Her spokesperson has now confirmed that her date was in fact her agent, who also represents actress Jane Fonda.


The representative told Us Magazine the relationship is platonic.

The Iron Man 2 star was most recently linked to Oscar-winning actor Sean Penn, 50, earlier this year.

She has also been seen enjoying the company of Saturday Night Live comedian Jason Sudukis and He's Just Not That Into You co-star Justin Long.

Bringing sexy back: The 26-year-old opted for a raspberry coloured lace Dolce & Gabbana confection
She has also previously taken her twin brother, Hunter Johansson, to awards shows.


Scarlett and Ryan filed for divorce back in December after just two years of marriage.

He was quickly linked to his Proposal co-star Sandra Bullock after the pair spent New Year's Eve together.

However, the actress denied any romance, insisting the pair are just friends.

The Lost In Translaterion star, who was dressed in a bold Dolce & Gabbana confection, presented a best sound award with Matthew McConnaughey during the ceremony.


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Oh, mother! Madonna embarrasses Lourdes as she brandishes her bottom on red carpet at the Vanity Fair Oscars party

By Jody Thompson and Baz Bamigboye In Los Angeles


Spot the teen: Lourdes Leon, 14, was out with her mother Madonna at the Vanity Fair Oscar party last night - and guess who was dressed the most outrageously...


It's every 14-year-old's worst nightmare. You get a ticket to the coolest party in town, but then your mother spoils it by tagging along wearing inappropriate clothing and what's worse, exposes her behind to all and sundry.

According to Mail Online spies on the red carpet, that's just what happened when 52-year-old Madonna left daughter Lourdes blushing with embarrassment on the red carpet of the Vanity Fair party last night.

The Material Girl had gone out wearing little more than a black leotard and a few scraps of lace and the mortified teen was heard pleading: 'Mum, do you have to?!’ every time her popstar parent struck a pose and poked out her posterior for the waiting cameras.

Cheeky: Madonna was wearing a black leotard covered in see through black lace and a black fur waistcoat


In an attempt to shame her mother into being less shameless, Lourdes was also heard to cry: 'But you tell me to behave like a grown-up' everytime her bottom got brandished again.

Still, when your mother has released a book called Sex, we guess that her going out without a skirt is the least of your worries.

Madonna was wearing the wacky outfit - finished off with fishnets and black platform stilettos - to the bash at the Sunset Tower Hotel in West Hollywood, Los Angeles.

All smiles: Raven-haired Lourdes appeared to have beaten her embarrassment as she grinned for the photographers

Pert: The popstar's posterior was still pretty peachy however - as displayed at the post-Oscars party


The star was rumored to be have been hosting her own post-Oscars party, boasting a royal theme with music provided by British DJ Paul Oakenfold.

Lourdes meanwhile was wearing a tiny Aztec-inspired print mini-dress, thought to be from the fashion range she's launched with her mother, Material Girl.

Kelly Osbourne was recently announced as they label's new face, replacing Gossip Girl star Taylor Momsen.

In her sixth decade: The star is refusing to grow old gracefully and still likes to shock

Stepping out: Lourdes and her mother have also branched out together with their fashion label Material Girl


And while the pair run the label together, we doubt that Lourdes will be wanting to borrow her mother's outfit anytime soon however.

In fact, the teen says it's the other way round.

She told Access Hollywood: '(My mom) does actually (borrow my clothes). I go into her closet - I'm not supposed to take things without asking, but she's always taking things without asking.

'I mean, she gets mad at me when I take things without asking her, but... she has such amazing like clothes, so it's like kind of annoying sometimes... She wears my shoes a lot and she wears my accessories.'

And the winner is...Natalie Portman hands over her Oscar for Best Actress to get engraved with her name at the Governor's Ball

Grub's up: Wolfgang Puck arrives with a tray of Oscar-themed food that was being served at the ball


Across town meanwhile, the official Academy Awards afterparty, the Governor's Ball was taking place.

The catering meanwhile was being delivered by celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck, who's been in charge of the menus there for the past 17 years.


Puck said ahead of the event: ‘For the main course, we have English sole with a confit of tomatoes and a paella. This is a vegetarian paella because I know Natalie Portman is a vegan – so she’s going to have a big bowl of that!'

Proud: Colin Firth poses with his Best Actor Oscar at the Governor's Ball

Carve it with pride: Colin takes a photo of his Oscar getting the personalised treatment


However, before the pregnant star could tuck into her dinner, there was the important job of getting a certain gold statuette inscribed with her name...

She wasn't the only winner making a beeline to the inscription table either.

Take your mama out: Russell Brand took hus mother Barbara to the Governor's Ball

Couple's night: Tim Burton and Helena Bonham Carter had scrubbed up well for their night out too


Best Actor winner Colin Firth was one of the first inline and after graciously posing for photos with his, got out his own phone to take a few snaps of it.

Kathryn Schwarz, the Academy's official keeper of the Oscars, said: 'It's a little something special to have your name on it.'

Awards regulars: Oscar winner Helen Mirren was also at the ball with her film producer husband Taylor Hackford

Touching: Amy Adams, who was niominated for Best Supporting Actress, cuddles up to partner Darren Legallo


Source;dailymail

That's awkward! Kate Garraway questions Jamie Oliver's Oscars party invite... moments before interviewing him on the red carpet

By Daily Mail Reporter


Faux pas: Kate Garraway is horrified when her dig at Jamie Oliver almost ends in disaster - she was questioning his A-list status... as he approached behind her


There are certainly a couple of no-no's when interviewing celebrities on the red carpet, and a big one is not asking them 'How did you get in?'

Kate Garraway came close to a very awkward moment while chatting to the stars at the Vanity Fair post-Oscars bash last night, when she told Daybreak viewers that she couldn't understand how Jamie Oliver managed to get an invite... and moments later he walked past.

Despite appearing to snub him mere seconds earlier, the entertainment reporter excitedly waved him over for a gushing interview.


Kate, reporting from the red carpet at the glitzy party, told Daybreak hosts Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley: 'We're not sure how he got an invite. It's our Jamie Oliver. He's not really A-list is he?'

The 43-year-old did an about face, though, when the TV chef and his wife Jools ambled by on their way into the bash.

Garraway grabbed the couple for an interview, telling them they were live on Daybreak

Don't you know who I am? The TV chef told Kate about meeting Colin Firth, whom he called the 'The nicest, most genuine, lovely man ever'


Jamie, 35, unaware of his celebrity status being called into question, happily obliged, telling Kate how he had just met Best Actor winner Colin Firth the week before.

He said the actor is: 'The nicest, most genuine, lovely man ever.'

Kate also chatted to ex-pat Kate Beckinsale and Tom Hanks, who both gushed about the success of The King's Speech.

Underworld actress Kate told the presenter that she had attended university with the film's director Tom Hooper, and he had asked her to be in a play in their first year.

Awkward: Kate was abashed after her gushing interview when Chiles and Bleakley reminded her that she had snubbed him moments before


'So it was surreal, exciting and brilliant to see him win,' she said.
Of Colin Firth, Kate said: 'He should just win everything because he gives such good speeches.'

Tom Hanks left Garraway speechless with his enthusiastic crowing about the film's success.

'Congratulations Britain! You've done it! The King's Speech has taken America by storm. We're exhausted from The King's Speech,' he said.

'I'm an actress': Helene Bonham Carter also chatted with Garraway, joking that she had faked looking pleased when beaten out by Melissa Leo


Helena Bonham Carter, who missed out on a gong for Best Supporting Actress, showed Kate her would-be acceptance speech, which was printed on a giant handkerchief.
'It will never be seen,' she said.

When Kate complimented her on 'looking genuinely pleased' when beaten by Melissa Leo at the start of the ceremony, Helena joked: 'Well I'm an actress, you've got to look pleased that someone else has won.'

She added: 'I've got to be a good example for my children. It's not the winning that counts, is it?'


Not needed: The actress showed Daybreak what would have been her acceptance speech, printed on an oversize handkerchief


The Daybreak presenter was snubbed by Glee star Matthew Morrison, after being elbowed out of the way by an American MTV host live on air and failing to be granted an interview when he told her: 'One interview at a time, give me a minute.'

Chiles and Bleakley were in hysterics when a red-faced Kate told them: 'The teeth are white and the elbows sharper out here, I'm just a girl from Oxfordshire, I cna't handle it!'

Chiles saved her, telling viewers, 'We don't want a punch up, we'll leave it there.'



Source:dailymail

Isn't it a bit cold for bare legs? Suri Cruise braves the snow in a flimsy dress as she goes for cupcakes with mother Katie

By DAILY MAIL REPORTER

Aren't you cold? Suri Cruise steps out in Vancouver with mother Katie Holmes in a flimsy dress and bare legs - ignoring the snow on the ground and cold weather


With temperatures dropping to as low as minus 1C in Vancouver, Canada, locals are wrapping up warm to protect themselves from the bitter cold.

But little Suri Cruise is clearly determined to put style above comfort, stepping out in a flimsy dress and bare legs as she went for cupcakes with her mother Katie Holmes in the city yesterday.

The four-year-old did give in to the wintery conditions at all, wearing pink boots and a bright pink jacket, but didn't appear to be staying warm in her thin dress.


Mummy and me: Katie holds tight to her four-year-old as they step out


Meanwhile, Katie, 32, opted for black trousers, a long coat, knee-high boots and a scarf for the trip out.

The pair are in the Canadian city while Tom Cruise shoots the latest installment of the Mission: Impossible film franchise.

And they have certainly been making the most of their time in Vancouver, popping out on regular coffee runs, with Suri even permitted to follow in her mother's footsteps by getting coffee of her own.


Sweet treat: Suri deliberates on which cupcake she wants as Katie looks on


It seems Suri's favourite colour of the moment is pink, as she appears to be continually choosing clothes in the sweet shade for her days out.

Tom and Katie have both previously spoken about Suri's passion for fashion, with Katie admitting her daughter is developing a love of shopping.

She said: 'The other day we came out of a store, and she said, ‘I want to go there,’ pointing at another store quite a distance away. In that store was the dress that she wanted. I said, "Wow, Suri. You’re something. You picked that out from a football field away." '


Passion for fashion: Suri has been putting style above comfort as she and mother Katie accompany Tom Cruise in the Canadian city


Katie added she finds it amazing that Suri also gives her fashion advice on what or what not to wear on the red carpet.

She laughed: 'She’ll really tell me what she thinks. Like today I’m wearing brown suede pants, and she said, "I don’t like your pants."

'But then she’ll say, "You’ve got to wear these shoes." Or "That’s so pretty, Mom. Wear that." She’s got a great eye.'


source: dailymail

'Clumsy and downright painful': Anne Hathaway and James Franco's Oscar skits fail to impress critics

By SARAH BULL

'Downright painful': Anne Hathaway and James Franco's presenting skills received a mixed reception at this year's Oscars


It had been hoped that employing Anne Hathaway and James Franco as hosts for this year's Oscars would give the ceremony a young and fresh feel.

But despite bringing their considerable comedic talents to the plate while presenting the Academy Awards, using skits and montages to add to their hosting duties, the pair's performance was met with mixed critical reception.

The 83rd Academy Awards opened with a montage of Hathaway and Franco delving into the mind of former Oscar winner Alec Baldwin in an Inception-inspired moment, narrated by the smooth-voiced Morgan Freeman.

And things continued to get more and more surreal, as the pair poked fun at The King's Speech, which took home four Oscars, The Fighter and True Grit, as well as The Social Network and Back to the Future.


Changing faces: The pair also integrated themselves into movies such as The King's Speech (left) and True Grit


Perhaps the funniest moment of the opening montage, however, was Hathaway and Franco both donning leotards and tutus to join Natalie Portman in Black Swan.

The pair attempted to impress the hard-nosed Vincent Cassel with their dancing abilities, and left Portman looking flustered with their 'talent'.


Living the dream: Hathaway and Franco recreated the famous Paris scene as they took on Inception


Hathaway also returned to her former duty at the Oscars in 2009 when she joined then-host Hugh Jackman for a duet to open the show.

Paying tribute to the track, Hathaway donned a tuxedo to perform a comic rendition of On My Own from Les Miserables.

Directing the song at Jackman, who sat in the front row of the ceremony and found himself the butt of many a presenter's joke, Hathaway belted out lyrics including: 'He stuck his fake retractable claws into my heart when he left me on my own.'

But Franco, determined not to be outdone, later donned a pink dress and blonde wig to come on to the stage as Marilyn Monroe and tell a joke about Charlie Sheen.

However, if he had been hoping the joke earn him a reputation as a controversial host, it paled in comparison to Ricky Gervais' choice numbers at the Golden Globes earlier this year.

Other montages throughout the show included a look back to Gone With The Wind and Lord of the Rings.


And one of the most memorable montages of the evening was a clever piece using auto-tune technology to make songs out of dialogue from films including Twilight, which saw Edward and Bella sing 'He Doesn't Own a Shirt' about Jacob, Toy Story 3 and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

One of the advantages of having a younger host, however, is that Franco used is considerable knowledge of social networking site Twitter to tweet fans throughout the show as the ceremony went out live on US television.

Using the hash tag #OscarsRealTime, Franco tweeted photographs and video of himself, as well as a group shot with Hathaway and Oprah Winfrey, before later adding another one of the presenting pair and former host Billy Crystal.

He later posted photographs of himself still wearing his tuxedo and enjoying a cocktail with 'Goodbye LA' scrawled over it in blue writing.

It remains to be seen whether Franco and Hathaway's attempts to make the ceremony more modern and accessible for younger viewers was successful enough to ensure similar hosts next year, or whether producers will go back to a veteran host like Billy Crystal.


Musical number: Hathaway donned a tuxedo to perform a rendition of On My Own, with jokes directed at former duet partner Hugh Jackman


Passion for fashion: However, Hathaway did get to go for stylish outfits for the rest of the evening, indulging in an astonishing eight costume changes throughout the ceremony


Before the awards, Franco said: 'Nobody thinks I'm Chris Rock or Billy Crystal. I can try anything and nobody has high expectations, so nobody cares if I'm not great.'

Hathaway had added: 'I love the Oscars. I do. I think it's wonderful. I love being an actor.

'I feel like the luckiest girl in the whole wide world, and this is just a continuation of the amazing fortune and remarkable and unusual experiences I've gotten to have in my life. I couldn't be more grateful.'


Famous faces: Franco posted pictures on his website of himself and Hathaway with Oprah Winfrey and Billy Crystal


Twittering away: Franco updated followers on Twitter with realtime messages as he co-hosted the ceremony


Franco in Drag on 'The 83rd Annual Academy Awards' 2/27/11 - TV Replay



source: dailymail

Love's young dream: Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez FINALLY make their red carpet debut together at Vanity Fair Oscars party

By SARAH BULL

Love's young dream: Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber made their red carpet debut together at the Vanity Fair Oscar party in Los Angeles last night


They've been quietly dating since November but have been maintaining a low profile ever since.

But last night, teen sensations Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez finally confirmed their relationship by making their first official red carpet debut at the Vanity Fair Oscar party in Los Angeles.

With their arms wrapped around each other, the young pair stared lovingly into each others' eyes as they posed for photographers on the red carpet outside the Sunset Tower Hotel.


Dolce & Gabbana duo: Gomez looked stunning in a red dress, while Bieber wore a sharp black suit and red pocket square


The couple had even colour coordinated their outfits for the occasion, with 16-year-old Bieber donning a red pocket square in his black Dolce & Gabbana suit to complement 18-year-old Gomez's floor-length red gown, also by D&G.

Wizards of Waverley Place star Gomez accessorised her Grecian-inspired gown with Brian Atwood heels, Judith Leiber bag and Lorraine Schwartz jewels.

Gomez and Bieber were first romantically linked last year, after a series of meetings including Gomez visiting Bieber on his tour bus.


Starlets: The teenage sensations mixed with Hollywood royalty at the annual Oscar after-party


However, the Disney sensations declined to comment on their pairing for months, instead answering coyly about the status of their relationship.

Recently, a bold fan quizzed Bieber during an MTV question and answer session if he was dating the stunning singer and actress, to which he replied: 'I think anyone would be lucky to date her. She’s a great person.'

He later added: 'I like girls with nice, pretty eyes and a nice smile. I like girls that are funny because I like to laugh and joke around.'

Gomez has maintained an equally coy attitude about Bieber, saying previously that she considers the Never Say Never star family.


Loved-up: The pair have been quietly dating since November but have kept things under wraps until now


Recalling the first time the pair met, Gomez explained: 'When he first started to come over from Canada his manager contacted me and he just said that he would like to meet me and he was just such a good kid.

'I feel like a big sister now, because I want to protect him.'

But when she was asked if she was suffering from 'Bieber Fever' at the Grammy Awards last month, Gomez replied to Access Hollywood: 'I love him. He’s been in my life a very long time. He’s my friend.'

Gomez added she wasn't worried about the attention she was getting for her relationship with Bieber, despite Kim Kardashian receiving death threats from hundreds of fans when she and the singer joked about a mutual crush.

Gomez laughed: 'I think it’s awesome people are interested – I don’t understand why.'
Bieber and Gomez looked delighted to be mixing with Hollywood royalty at the Vanity Fair party as they made their way into the exclusive event.


Giggles all round: The pair appeared to be in high spirits as they attended the exclusive event together


Earlier in the evening, Bieber had backed True Grit star Hailee Steinfeld to take home the Best Supporting Actress Oscar.

He tweeted: 'Good luck to my friend Hailee Steinfeld tonight on the #oscars . young people going for theirs! also want Christian Bale to win. #TheFighter.'

But it seems the grandeur of the party might have reminded Bieber of how lucky he has been, as he later added on Twitter: 'i'm never gonna change...i will always remember...i will always be that kid from stratford...I will always be grateful.'


Grown-up glamour: Emma Stone opted for a Chanel dress, while True Blood star Anna Paquin went for red


The cute couple weren't the only young celebrities gracing the red carpet at the star-studded event.

Country star Taylor Swift caused a stir in a tiny jewelled gold Zuhair Murad dress, while actresses Emma Stone and True Blood star Anna Paquin went for very different looks for the party.

Stone opted for an oriental-inspired Chanel Haute Couture dress with purple satin heels, while newlywed Paquin looked stunning in a ruffled red Monique Lhuillier dress and Brian Atwood black shoes.



Country strong: Taylor Swift showed off her legs in a tiny jewelled Zuhair Murad dress and gold heels


source: dailymail

Oscars 2011 (Part 3)


Oscar winners for best supporting actress Melissa Leo and best actor Colin Firth pose backstage with their Oscars at the 83rd Academy Awards in Hollywood, California, February 27, 2011.



Robert Stromberg holds his Oscar for Achievement in Art Direction for the film "Alice in Wonderland" as they pose backstage at the 83rd Academy Awards in Hollywood, California, February 27, 2011.



Oscar winners for best supporting actor Christian Bale (L-R), best actress Natalie Portman, best supporting actress Melissa Leo and best actor Colin Firth gather backstage at the 83rd Academy Awards in Hollywood, California, February 27, 2011.




Producers of "The King's Speech" (L-R) Emile Sherman, Iain Canning and Gareth Unwin are joined onstage by cast and production members to accept the Oscar for best picture during the 83rd Academy Awards in Hollywood, California, February 27, 2011.



Oscar winner for achievement in music (original Score) Trent Reznor poses backstage at the 83rd Academy Awards in Hollywood, California, February 27, 2011.



Richard King holds his Oscar for Achievement in Sound Editing for "Inception" backstage at the 83rd Academy Awards in Hollywood, California, February 27, 2011.



Luke Matheny (C) holds the Oscar, won for best live action short film for "God of Love", presented by Jake Gyllenhaal (L) and Amy Adams (R) backstage at the 83rd Academy Awards in Hollywood, California, February 27, 2011.



Oscar winners for music (sound mixing) for the film "Inception," Lora Hirschberg, Gary A. Rizzo (C), and Ed Novick, pose backstage at the 83rd Academy Awards in Hollywood, California, February 27, 2011.





Oscar winners (L-R) Christian Bale, best supporting actor for "The Fighter", Natalie Portman, best actress for "Black Swan", Melissa Leo, best supporting actress for "The Fighter", and Collin Firth, best actor for "The King's Speech" pose backstage at the 83rd Academy Awards in Hollywood, California, February 27, 2011.





Colleen Atwood holds her Oscar for achievement in costume design won for "Alice in Wonderland" as she poses with presenter Cate Blanchett (L) backstage at the 83rd Academy Awards in Hollywood, California, February 27, 2011.




Colin Firth accepts the Oscar for best performance by an actor in a leading role for "The King's Speech" at the 83rd Academy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 27, 2011, in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles.



Colleen Atwood arrives backstage while carrying her Oscar for achievement in costume design for "Alice in Wonderland" at the 83rd Academy Awards in Hollywood, California, February 27, 2011.



Rick Baker (L) and Dave Elsey (R) pose with presenter Cate Blanchett after receiving the Oscar for achievement in makeup for "The Wolfman" backstage at the 83rd Academy Awards in Hollywood, California, February 27, 2011.


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