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Though it probably didn't happen this way, we like to imagine that all of the 75 celebrities photographed for Vanity Fair's 2013 Hollywood issue hung out together for one long day of shooting. Sort of like Noah's Ark, only slightly better groomed. There really is something for everyone — Eddie Redmayne for the ladies (shut up, everyone who ever doubted his beauty), Olivia Wilde for the gents, and Emma Stone for anyone with blood in their veins.
Bruce Weber documented the antics of this very genetically-blessed crowd as they apparently form a traveling circus, which just happens to be exactly what happened in our dreams last night. A variety of actual Noah's Ark inhabitants are also involved, including a dog that appears to be real and a bear that is definitely fake. This will get your Tuesday off to a great start! Check out our fave shots here, then click through to the rest after the jump. (Vanity Fair)
Photos: Bruce Weber/Courtesy of Vanity Fair.
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