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Double Take Thursday! ‘Who Wore It Best’ Weekly Roundup

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May 30 2012, Published 12:00 p.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein Features Editor

Kim Kardashian wasn’t the only Hollywood star to recycle other people’s designer duds this week!

From the Cannes Film Festiva to Memorial Day weekend parties, the sexiest celebrities hit the red carpet and the streets dressed to thrill, except apparently they didn’t get the memo that other stars had already rocked the exact same looks! has rounded up this week’s celebrity copycats in our special fashion features.

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Selena Gomez was sweetly styled in a chic Ella Moss summer dress over the weekend, as she shopped with her boyfriend Justin Bieber, but her silk stained maxi dress wasn’t all that original! Maria Menounos hit the red carpet in April, wearing the same dress with a cropped leather jacket.

Coco Austin and Christina Milian may have been across the country from each other, partying during Memorial Day in the same sexy style. While Coco poured her curves into her iridescent neon orange dress and matching heels in Sin City, Christina rocked it at The Pool After Dark at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City.


And blossoming reality star Francesca Eastwood promoted her new reality show at The Grove last week, standing out in the crowd with her neon TopShop frock, which Kelly Brook opted to rock on a bike ride on Monday!

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