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Cara Delevingne Cast in 'Pan,' Grace Coddington Auctions Nudes, Kate Upton Pranked

And Chrissy Teigen takes on her social media haters. Again.

Cara Delevingne has reportedly nabbed a role in what promises to be a blockbuster of a Peter Pan remake. What's the part? Well, that remains to be seen. {Deadline Hollywood}

Leslie Mann and Cameron Diaz pulled a genius (and veeeeery mature) prank on their "The Other Woman" costar Kate Upton. {Vulture}

Sure, a liquid gold facial sounds really fancy. But is it worth it? These intrepid beauty reporters went and found out. {Refinery29}

Ever embroiled in social media beef with someone or other, Chrissy Teigen had some choice (and unprintable) words for her Instagram haters. {Us Weekly}

Solange Knowles was a slice of lemon perfection in this all-yellow outfit. {Huffington Post}

Universal beauty icon Lupita Nyong'o met her beauty icon, Alek Wek, who she says helped her feel comfortable in her own skin. Here's the video of the two women in conversation. {People}

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