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Britney Spears' chewed gum
Justin Timberlake's half-eaten French toast
Kate Middleton's wedding cake
Scarlett Johansson's dirty tissue
Justin Bieber's hair clippings
Out of Vogue
Too skinny is so last season. In an attempt to promote healthier body images, all 19 editions of Vogue have agreed not to knowingly hire models under the age of 16 or those who appear to have an eating disorder. It's an admirable promise--even if it doesn't prohibit that other tool of the unattainable beauty standard: Photoshop.
3 THINGS YOU DON'T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT THIS WEEK
1. Blue Ivy Carter's entitlement complex.
Her father Jay-Z recently admitted she'll be "the worst spoiled little kid ever."
2. Finding a wackier alternative to Silly Putty.
Gak and Floam--Nickelodeon's slimiest '90s-era playthings--are both relaunching.
3. A dearth of gluttonous munchies.
As part of its linkup with Nestl, Girl Scouts will turn its signature cookie flavors, like Thin Mints, into candy bars.