A look at all 50 Miss USA contestants as they walk the runway in the Rain Cosmetics Fashion Show at the Fashion Show Mall in Las Vegas, Nevada on June 12, 2011. The 2011 MISS USA Pageant will air LIVE on NBC June 19 from in Las Vegas. UPI/Darren Decker/Miss Universe Organization
Country Music's biggest stars including Taylor Swift, Trace Adkins, Big and Rich, and Miranda Lambert, gather together to perform at the 40th CMA Music Festival on June 12, 2011 in Nashville, Tennessee.
From Blake Lively to "Tree of Life" star Jessica Chastain, more and more celebrities can be seen working the fiery look on the red carpet of award shows and premieres. In this gallery we celebrate some of Hollywoods most admired celebrity redheads.
Now that Rep. Anthony Weiner has admitted sending explicit photos of himself via Twitter, we can add that incident to the list of social media gaffes. These examples are proof that Twitter, and the Internet in general, aren't for everybody. Unless they want certain embarrassing bits to be revealed to all.
Spike TV's annual gala and awards ceremony held at the Sony Pictures Studios. Mark Wahlberg was named Guy of The Year and Keith Richards has Brass Balls. Jennifer Aniston took home the Decade of Hotness prize.
Peter Tork, Mickey Dolenz and Davy Jones reunite and perform in concert during their 45th year Monkees reunion tour at the Pompano Beach Amphitheater in Pompano Beach, Florida on June 5, 2011. UPI/Michael Bush
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