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Sophia Bush Stuns With Her Versatile Hollywood Style!

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    [UPDATE: This story was originally published on September 6.]

    When Sophia Bush kindly hosted our 30 Under 30 event earlier this summer and confided that this was her "year of yes" — we just knew epic things were in store for her. And, shortly thereafter, the former CW star booked a major role in what's looking to be the killer comedy-hit of the season, CBS' Partners. On top of that, this philanthropic lady has been making serious social-media waves for charities far and wide, like Pencils of Promise, F Cancer, and Save the Gulf (her Twitter account makes our heads spin!).

    After watching the brunette babe bloom from those early OTH days on so many fronts (holy smokes, have you seen her on the red carpet lately?), we knew it was high time to dig deep into the mega-talented and multi-tasking maven's psyche — and closet. Click through our exclusive snaps of Bush in her Hills home, and make friends with this bubbly, stylish, and benevolent chick before her "year of yes" makes her too quick to catch.

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