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Jennifer Lawrence Covers Martha Stewart Weddings, Chanel Iman Might Be Engaged, Crazy Celeb Coachella Paychecks

...and Kristen Stewart has weird orange hair.
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Kristen Stewart dyed her hair orange -- like, orange-orange -- for a new movie. {Instagram}

And purple-haired Kelly Osbourne has a buzzy new 'do, too! {Instagram}

Jennifer Lawrence, who is not getting married (that we know of, anyway!) is on the cover of Martha Stewart Weddings. {Refinery29]

Kate Moss sounds off on her biggest body insecurity. Cry me a river, girl... {Telegraph}

Model Chanel Iman and rapper A$AP Rocky are reportedly "secretly engaged." Not so SECRET anymore, now, is it?? {Page Six}

Leighton Meester's new campaign for French brand Naf Naf is giving us major Paul Abdul "Opposites Attract" vibes. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

As much as we hate to compare the two, Kate Middleton's red Catherine Walker coat -- which she wore on her first day in New Zealand -- is pretty reminiscent of one her late mother-in-law Princess Diana wore 30 years earlier. {US Weekly}

Warning: Discovering the crazy sums of cash celebs like Vanessa Hudgens and Lea Michele are getting paid to go to Coachella might make you really, utterly depressed. {NY Daily News}

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