The week's celeb Twitter & Insta snaps
BEYONCE: I woke up this morning convinced that Beyonce could pull off anything - and then I saw her sequin nipple stage suit. This is a stretch even for her. (That said if I was making a musical about Scientology I'd make Xenu a chick and put her in this hot mess. Oh god, psst, is Beyonce Xenu?! It'd explain how she pulled that visual album out the bag while on tour ... ).
DEMI LOVATO: Hands where we can see 'em Uncle Bill.
DREW BARRYMORE: Carbs, cheese, Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Reese Witherspoon (I like her more now we all know she swears like a hopped-up trucker) - this photo contains many of my favourite things.
GISELE: Actually, scrap pizza and cool A-listers ... BABY ELEPHANT, BABY ELEPHANT, BABY ELEPHANT.
IRELAND BALDWIN: So this week she dyed her hair purple and then appeared to hammer tomatoes on the footpath and stick toothpicks in them - ah, the crazy hazy lives of celebu-spawn.
JARED LETO: I swear, Jared has the best ombre I've ever seen. DAMN YOU Hay-Zeus! How do you get it so shiny?!
KHLOE KARDASHIAN: Here's another ombre fan (she's also clearly a HUGE fan of lipliner and other lip boosting tools).
THE ROCK: Dwayne's doing the 5:2. This is his restricted calorie day.
LUPITA NYONG'O: Here's Lupes wearing a headband that Ellen gifted her as a joke - she pulls it off.
NICKI MINAJ: Meanwhile, she's almost certainly a shapeshifter.
TAYLOR SWIFT: I'm fairly sure Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss are the same person. Which is why this picture makes my brain want to Bieber all over its Cyrus.
SELENA GOMEZ: My brain also seems to be unable to compute that Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens are different people. This is all getting too much. I think I need a sit down. Oh, I am sitting down. A lie down then. That's it, I'm going home.
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