By Dana Flax
Of course all of our attention has been turned to yesterday's tragic loss of a musical icon, but as a diversion from all the mourning and memorializing, here's a look back at some of the other things that happened this week in the world of celebrity photos.
Just because you're Owen Wilson doesn't mean you can just get all handsy with A-list movie stars like Reese Witherspoon. Or does it?
Here's a battered Robert Pattinson on the set of his new movie. His milky white porcelain skin says "indoor kid," but that tough-guy cut (applied by movie makeup's finest) says "sexy dangerous."
Beyonce loves her curves, and just how would one have hips to switch without the kindly assistance of everyone's friend Hamburger Helper?
Not to be outdone by some Destiny's Child chick, Katy Perry tweeted this photoshopped picture of her head on a huskier person's body. Stop being so real, Katy.
Sick of the prissy reputation he gained from doing "Hairspray," Zac Efron ponders the sad, stinky reality of a role in "Stomp."
Kim Kardashian just had to settle on a little black dress when Reggie Bush resisted any couples coordination that meant matching outfits in salmon chiffon.
Someone should put a bust of Hilary Duff's head on the hull of a pirate ship.
Even super manly dude stars like Bradley Cooper enjoy the occasional piece of delectable miso salmon — you really must try it — from their local Whole Foods Market.
Heidi Klum mistakenly tells daughter Leni that books are meant to be placed on top of one's head, thus leaving the child woefully unprepared for tomorrow's quiz on "Clifford the Big Red Dog."
Appearing in front of Congress, Nick Jonas testifies about overcoming the great struggle of irony that exclusively plagues diabetic bubblegum pop stars.
Pictured here at the "Transformers" premiere, Josh Duhamel finally realizes what he knew Fergie from: He was super heavy into SheDaisy in the '90s.
Also at the "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" premiere, "Gossip Girl" Taylor Momsen reveals the angsty darkness inside that inspires her to model her personal style after the art direction of the "Like a Prayer" video.
George Clooney either got sunscreen in his eyes or just remembered his mullet-tastic debut on "The Facts of Life."
Pictured at the Newark Bears Celebrity Softball Game, Queen Latifah decides she's been in show business so long she can actually persuade people that she's actual royalty. Well, minor league baseball mascots, at least.
Future superhero Seth Rogen bravely overcomes his first nemesis: perilous prickly bush boo-boos likely to occur outside of his agent's well-landscaped Beverly Hills office.
Dental hygiene fanatic Orlando Bloom double-checks the squeegee-ability of his teeth while out with girlfriend Miranda Kerr.
Someone should tell Amber Rose that if you choose to be bald, grimaces such as these make you look that much more like an actual baby.
Lenny Kravitz celebrates the 20-year anniversary of his debut album "Let Love Rule" in London. Our oldness subsequently reaches out to punch us in the face.
One whom we can always count on for photographic affection, Aubrey O'Day defies gravity and sense simultaneously by wearing a giant lopsided blueberry to the "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" premiere.
"Seacrest–out!" on a run, the every-host contemplates his next sleepover, thinking he may soon trade Lindsay Lohan for someone he likes way better. Someone more like … Ryan Seacrest.
Benjamin Bratt proves that one can never be too old to wear matching shirt and slacks. Garanimals, however, may be pushing it.
Pictured here at the "Public Enemies" premiere, Rosario Dawson is just about the sexiest purple disco ball ever. Or the world's only sexy purple disco ball. Either way, she's bangin'.
After reports surfaced on his scandalous boatside fling with a topless Sienna Miller, Balthazar Getty trades his boat for a single-person jet ski, failing to realize it's way less cool.
Dwayne Johnson makes way for ducklings in the Ft. Lauderdale airport.
No one does understatement quite like Mo Rocca, pictured at the the Broadway Cares and Equity Fights AIDS Benefit Production of "Broadway Bares."