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IN SHAPE: Britney Spears on the new cover of Shape magazine.
No 1: Gwyneth Paltrow. Google her most obnoxious quotes and you're busy for the day. She "loves basically anything that comes in a hot dog bun...expect hot dogs", her “heart skips a beat when she passes a flowering zucchini" and "would rather die than let her kid eat Cup-a-Soup." What’s not to love?
Emma Watson bares it all for James Houston's book Natural Beauty.
Ralph Hotere's coffin arrives by Air Force helicopter at the Mitimiti marae in Northland
Director and producer Ben Affleck accepts the Oscar for best picture for Argo
Philip Seymour Hoffman for The Master.
Amy Adams for The Master.
Joaquin Phoenix for The Master.
Jack White performs at the 55th annual Grammy Awards.
Demand for Kate Middleton-style nose jobs reportedly trebled in the UK last year.
Governor-general Jerry Mateparae knighting broadcaster Paul Holmes.
Ben Affleck accepts the award for best director for Argo on stage at the Golden Globes.
Smile or grimace? Opinions about the first official portrait of Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge are divided.
Oscar nominees 2013 in the category Best Actress: Naomi Watts for her performance in The Impossible
Los Angeles police look over the car that struck and killed a celebrity photographer who was trying to snap Justin Bieber.
1. Jennifer Lawrence
New Zealand favourite and award winner Kimbra.
Sam Manu, Hiremaster, Wellington.
Weta Workshop caught this snap of giant trolls hitting the Hobbit red carpet.
Ben Collins drives the pod, with Naomie Harris at the wheel and Alexander Witt (second unit director) strapped to the side of the Land Rover on the set of the latest James Bond movie, Skyfall.
Singer Justin Bieber arrives.
The first on-screen Bond was actually American Barry Nelson, playing Jimmy Bond in a TV episode of the show Climax!, but the first Bond of the famous film series was the Scottish Sean Connery. Between 1962 and 1967 he starred in Dr. No, From Russia with Love, Goldfinger, Thunderball, and You Only Live Twice, then returned for Diamonds Are Forever in 1971 following George Lazenby's departure.
Channing Tatum in Dear John.
Radiohead play to a sell-out crowd at Auckland's Vector Arena.
Street musician James Bowen busks with cat Bob in Covent Garden in London.
Kimbra on the red carpet at the 2012 New Zealand Music Awards.
TASTING A BIT OFF? This is what Meat Loaf looks like when it goes bad.
Liz Taylor who died in March 2011 aged 70 earned US$210 million.
Actress Berenice Marlohe arrives for the royal world premiere of the new 007 film Skyfall at the Royal Albert Hall in London.