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Hot-To-Trot? Best And Worst Tuesday

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Jessica Szohr looks just as Gossip-worthy off-screen as she does on her hit CW show!  The brunette beauty hit the NYC premiere of The Tillman Story in NYC on Monday night, looking simply sensational, pairing a black, strapless tube dress with an Armani Exchange denim vest and black heels, toting a bright blue, grommet embellished Rebecca Minkoff purse, finishing the look off with feather earrings.

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Selma Blair rocked our wardrobe world last week when she wore a tres fab Stella McCartney strapless mini, but when we spotted her out and about in NYC on Monday, we sort of a expected a saddled horse to be close behind her! The petite actress looked not-so-hot-to-trot, fully clad in riding gear, while running errands around the city.

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Kerry Washington hit the same red carpet premiere as Jessica, looking wildly wondrous in a sharp Jason Wu leopard print dress from the Resort 2011 collection, while Rihanna, also clad in a runway ready look from the Proenza Schouler collection, made the mistake of mismatching her neon green and yellow tie-dye dress to her bright red hair.

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Ashley Greene sported a casually chic look, while out and about in Los Angeles with Joe Jonas. The Twilight darling paired J Brand cuffed denim short with an Enza Costa Henley shirt, Deena & Ozzy buckled booties, adding a blast of high fashion with her red Dolce & Gabbana Miss Sicily bag.

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