By Saryn Chorney
Hollywood stars may be known for their liberal political views, but that doesn't mean they aren't proud patriots. In honor of the Fourth of July, we've found a slew of celebs who pledge allegiance to their independent fashion sense. Check out these red, white and blue all-stars.
God bless Jane Krakowski. The actress wore this red, white and blue Campbell Soup dress designed by Nicole Miller to the Women's Day Red Dress Awards in New York City last February. We're sure the American Heart Association and Andy Warhol thank her for this charitable haute couture contribution.
The only thing more All-American than Jessica Simpson rocking a red, white and blue ensemble back in 2005, is roasting her for not being able to still fit into those very same Daisy Dukes four years later.
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White tank top, blue denim shorts and red Pocohontas-inspired boots aside, at the tender of 16, Miley Cyrus is already a billion-dollar national franchise. Alas, not even "Hannah Montana: The Movie" could save our economy. Get back to work, little lady, this country needs you!
He may be a British-born superstar, but David Beckham is clearly proud to flaunt his family's newfound American values. As if transferring to the Los Angeles Galaxy team in 2007 wasn't enough, Posh and Becks also dress their kids in red, white and blue and make them wave American flags. Chill out. Hollywood already accepts you guys as its own.
British supermodel Agyness Deyn wore a stars and stripes dress while partying at the Coachella festival because she knows there's no better way to signal her recently independent romantic status to American indie rock band members.
Then again, we have a feeling Agyness would have more success in the dating department if she took a style tip from Victoria's Secret supermodel Marisa Miller. Red, white and blue and bare all-over never fails to light a firecracker in a man's … um, heart.
We pity the fool who doesn't take fashion advice from Mr. T. this Fourth of July. B.A. Baracus always knows best!
We also pity the foolish Meryl Streep who wore this flag-adelic DON'T of a dress to the premiere of her film "Doubt." She should have thought twice about wearing this outfit on any day other than July 4.
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Angie Harmon, on the other hand, gets the red, white and blue stripes concept right. The actress may be one of Hollywood's more notable conservatives, but she rocked the sexy vote by choosing to wear this Chanel dress.
Back in 1886, France bestowed a great gift upon our freedom and fashion-loving nation: Joan Rivers.
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Yippee-Kai-Yay, Amuricah! Bruce Willis proves his die hard patriotism by wearing the flag on his forehead.
We approve of Adrian Grenier's red, white and blue sneakers, and a certain member of his entourage seems to have his eyes on them, too.
Jason Priestley and family: patriotic or idiotic? From the looks of it, his baby daughter will not be wearing that outfit again — not even at the Peach Pit After Dark.
Jamie Lee Curtis wants YOU to dress like Uncle Sam, too, this July Fourth. She also wants you to eat Activia, which is slightly less American than apple pie but more American than, say, Fage Greek yogurt.