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Pretty Women

I think I've seen the movie Pretty Woman about 100 times and it will always be my favorite. My husband thinks it's the cheesiest movie he has ever seen, but hey, he's not the target audience.

So, my tour of Rodeo Dr started at the Reg Bev Will (Pretty Woman fans, you know what I'm talking about). Walking through it, the lobby looked so much smaller than in the movie. We ended up at the back entrance, and plopped down on a bench and acted like we owned the place for a bit while watching for anyone famous. We saw numerous $100 thousand+ cars, and one chick with long blonde hair (only from the back) that had to be famous, but we didn't see her face.

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Then, we walked down Rodeo, into a couple of stores that I couldn't afford to buy a keychain in, tried on a $1,200 pair of shoes, and walked right into a celebrity sighting. One of my goals while in LA was to see someone famous. And, she may not be on the A-list, but it was still pretty cool.

Meet the beautiful Camila Alves, Matthew McConaughey's girlfriend, attending Tod's And Vogue Host An Afternoon Tea To Celebrate Italian Touch Benefiting YouthAIDS. She really is beautiful!!!! We'd just missed Kathy Hilton, Debra Messing, Angie Harmon and Mandy Moore too!

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And here's a professional shot, taken at the same event and posted on the Celebrity Baby Blog. Pretty cool, huh?

Have you guys had any recent celebrity encouters? Do tell!

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  1. She is beautiful
    and Matthew McConaughey is very hot......what a great looking couple they are

    p.s I lovvvve that movie

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  2. p.s again, i have always wanted to see that Hotel in person!!!

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  3. She is gorgeous! She's as gorgeous as he is ;-) xoxo

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  4. I so would have been looking for celebrities too!

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  5. Darn, I wanted to have Matthews's baby...... !

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  6. Who didn't love that movie & soundtrack!!!! So jealous you had a celebrity sighting!

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  7. BEST MOVIE EVER! How cool that you got to go to the hotel and see someone famous! The only encounter I have ever had was meeting Jennie Garth back when I was in the 6th grade....still have her autograph at my parents house somewhere. haha.

    Hope your having a great weekend! xoxo

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  8. i see dennis rodman on his boat or at restaurants all the time...! too bad, there are so many other celebrities, even non-celebrities that i'd rather site. :)

    kelly

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  9. That is a beautiful Hotel :)
    She is very pretty!
    And she's with child! awwww!!
    She is? right? Lol!!

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  11. 女性のオナニーを助ける場が救援部です。ここに所属してる娘のオナニーを見て気に入ったら、実際に会ってオナニーを手伝っても良いし、エッチしても良し、これで報酬Get出来るんですから美味しいバイトですよ

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  12. ツイッターで始まるであいの掲示板は新感覚のコミュニティ☆男女とも無料の年齢認証登録だけで即参加!!掲示板に参加後はプロフ作成やお友達検索、メッセージの交換等など多彩なコンテンツで貴方のであいをしっかりサポート

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