Agyness Deyn And Orlando Bloom In The Most Awkward Photoshoot, Ever

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Well, this is awkward. Agyness Deyn and Orlando Bloom play Hollywood power-couple in the Terry Richardson-shot spring 2010 campaign for Chinese label, Me & City (an awkward name unto itself, really). The duo "shop," "cook," and have passive aggressive looking "lunches" in a slew of shots that display the astounding dearth of chemistry between the two (seriously, there's more electricity between Agyness and that hedge trimmer than between her and Bloom). Is Orly just feeling bad because he's caught without his real-life hottie gf, Miranda Kerr, or is Aggy's hair just throwing him (and us) for a loop? Is Agyness just confused as to why she's dressed in arm warmers when it's not 2002 anymore. Probably all of the above. Click through for more domestic uncomfortableness. (Fashin)
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