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    It's not very often that someone gets to grope Cameron Diaz's perfectly toned tush but if you're Leslie Mann, that thing is all yours! She wasn't afraid to show her affection for the blonde beauty as they made their way down the red carpet at the London premiere of The Other Woman.She wasn't afraid to show her affection for the blonde beauty as they made their way down the red carpet at the London premiere of The Other Woman . And what could make this hot two-some any better? Just add Kate Upton!
    Brad Pitt , if you think you could just walk right through LAX without getting pounced on by the paparazzi, you're wrong! The World War Z actor was spotted arriving at the El Lay airport on Wednesday afternoon wearing a pair of aviator glasses and without a single child or his wifey Angelina Jolie in sight!Brad has been doing his own thing these past couple of days, including partying it up with the Kings of Leon this past weekend!
    Selena Gomez 's new Calabasas crib has already been trespassed by a creepy superfan, but now she can sleep easy because he's being thrown in the slammer! Che Cruz — who was caught hanging out in her guest house last weekend — admitted he was guilty and was sentenced to 45 days in prison yesterday for one count of misdemeanor trespassing. On top of the jail time, Che has also been sentenced to 3 years of probation and commanded to stay far, far away from Selena!
    U.S. sanctions against Russia did not prevent the annexation of Crimea - but they could have the unlikely side effect of preventing Miley Cyrus performing in Finland, her promoters said Thursday. Booking agent Live Nation Finland told NBC News that its lawyers are investigating whether it will have to cancel Cyrus' concert - and concerts by other U.S. artists including Justin Timberlake - because the planned venue is part-owned by three of the Russian tycoons named in the White House sanctions. Nina Castren, chief executive Live Nation Finland, said "We are examining the possibility whether this could have an impact on the shows by American artists at this venue. We do not know yet if they will have to be canceled but our lawyers are investigating what it means for us and the venues. We should have an answer by Friday.