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Double Takes! Who Wore It Best Weekly Roundup


Jun. 21 2012, Published 2:00 p.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein - Features Editor

The racks are full of unique designer duds, so why are all of Hollywood’s hottest stars stealing other people’s styles?

From the red carpet to the streets, the sexiest celebrities in Tinseltown were spotted out and about this week, rocking fashions that were far from original. has all the latest Double Takes in our Who Wore It Best weekly roundup!

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Emma Stone continued her The Amazing Spiderman style streak in Asia, hitting a press event in J Brand’s ‘Baez’ leather t-shirt paired with white Rag & Bone skinny jeans and clear Christian Louboutin heel, but the fierce fashionista wasn’t the first person to get her paws on the top. Minka Kelly rocked in Sydney back in March to the launch of Marquee Nightclub with floral printed skinny jeans and Dolce & Gabbana purple peep-toes.

Ashley Tisdale

Britney Spears sizzled at The X Factor auditions earlier in the month, showing off her boobiful body in a skintight hot pink Brian Lichtenberg ‘Scuba Zipper’ dress.  Apparently High School Musical star Ashley Tisdale thought that Brit Brit looked hot, because the beautiful blonde stole her style and rocked the same dress to the opening of Mizuni at the Wynn in Las Vegas.

Bridesmaids’ funnygal Kristen Wiig hit the Writer’s Guild Awards earlier this year, ravishing in Valentino’s rosette strapless jumpsuit, but Jada Pinkett Smith took the look even sexier at a New York screening of Madagascar 3, opting for a hot pants version of the Pre-Fall 2012 number.

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