Yes, Brad Pitt, we'd have to agree that your life is pretty dang sweet.
These poor make-up people have no idea they've just spent the last two hours dolling up a wax version of Britney Spears. Though in their defense, it is pretty hard to tell the two apart.
Sandra Bullock at the premiere of her new movie "The Proposal," clearly delighted to be back in the rom-com saddle.
A confused Bryce Dallas Howard wears a lampshade after being asked by Christian Bale's interview coach to "keep it light" at the Terminator: Salvation premiere in France.
We get it, Zac Efron. You're just begging us to make some obvious "hug it out" joke. Why else would you take Jeremy Piven in your arms? Well, we refuse to play along, no matter how many self-deprecating jokes or how much general cuteness you throw in our direction.
Coming this close to an impromptu make out session, Dustin Hoffman and Emma Thompson share a moment strangely reminiscent of that time when your dad's weird bowling partner got a little too awkwardly close to your mom at a family function.
Edging dangerously close on too much sexy for one picture, Heather Graham and Bradley Cooper take in the paps at "The Hangover" premiere in Hollywood.
The way that some people showed up to "Star Wars" premieres dressed as Jedi, Zac Efron arrived at the premiere of "The Hangover" looking pretty hung over.
Teen trifecta Jesse McCartney, Hayden Panettiere and Corbin Bleu prove they're not too young to have learned the first lesson in making lots of money by cheerily hawking some cell phones at an LG Xenon Splash pool party in L.A.
Mary-Kate Olsen proves to the world, yet again, that she's a cultured old soul. She's the John Lennon of toddler twins from "Full House."
Fine Young Faux Hawker Rocco Ritchie gets lessons in fabulosity from mom Madonna, Marc Jacobs and whomever Marc Jacobs was dating when this photo was taken earlier this week.
Prince Harry demonstrates to an unluckily sprayed victim that rappers aren't the only ballers who sip champagne when they're thirsty. Aristocracy, too.
We haven't the slightest idea what's going on in this picture of Tracy Morgan, but we hope, oh gosh how we hope(!), that it has something to do with the next season of "30 Rock."
Michael Jackson acknowledges with a knowing smile that his kid's Jessie Spano obsession has probably led to a few too many viewings of "Showgirls" reruns on VH1.
Proving to the world no one can be too pretty for outfit coordination, Jessica Biel stands outside of "Late Night with David Letterman" waiting for some producer in shining armor to see through her beauty and offer her a role in a cinematic gem akin to "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry."
Determined to win at everything, yet seriously lacking in baseball skills, Shawn Johnson challenges the Dodgers to a cuteness contest (she always wins!).
From the Oddball Photo Op Hall of Fame, Sebastian Bach of heavy metal band Skid Row, Bethenny Frankel of "The Real Housewives of New York," and Constantine Maroulis of "American Idol" are pictured together at an IFC event, promoting some kind of joint venture. Probably that "Grease"-themed heavy metal bar that serves delicious low-calorie cocktails. Definitely that.
Pictured here at the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic, Kate Hudson channels her inner Vivian Ward from "Pretty Woman." Well, without the attempted assault by Jason Alexander. And the getting paid for sex thing. Other than that, dead ringer.
While his "90210" costars are off dating Megan Fox, and, well, back on "90210," Luke Perry demonstrates how he's spent his time since leaving the soap: getting really skilled at finding ironic thrift store gems. He's also pretty good at remaining relevant, after all these years.
Fake eyelashes? Please. Everything about Paris Hilton is real.
Adrian Grenier demonstrates 1/3 of his favorite Bar Mitzvah dance moves, "the white man's overbite," at the Global Green USA Millennium Awards in L.A., saving secret weapons "the furrowed brow kissy face" and "the alternating point" for later in the evening.
Seeing as her stint "Searching For Debra Winger" turned out victorious, Edie Falco will soon quit show business to in order to find Jimmy Hoffa's body and determine, truly, how many licks it takes to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop.
Betty White, just about the raddest old lady to declare her hatred for Van Wilder on the internet, is pictured here enjoying herself at "The Proposal" premiere in Hollywood.
Anna Wintour and Ralph Lauren are pictured here at the "Celebrating Fashion" gala in New York City. A picture touting two fashion giants as legendary as these two is rare. Rarer: Anna Wintour's poopoo half-smile semblance of pleasure.
Rachel McAdams really needs her umbrella holder to be more attentive so she can really focus on her audition for the new Mariah Carey biopic "Glitter: Redux." Gosh.
Kelly Clarkson is really funny, you guys. You didn't see "From Justin to Kelly?" It was really, really funny.