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(MENAFN – Gulf Times) The $150,000 Oscar gown worn by actress Lupita Nyong'o that was stolen two days ago was returned on Friday by the thief, who tipped off celebrity news site TM…
Hollywood superstar Idris Elba will contest round three of the FIA European Rally Championship, the Circuit of Ireland Rally, in a Ford Fiesta R1.
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The US$150,000 (NZ$150,000) Oscar gown worn by actress Lupita Nyong'o that was stolen two days ago has been returned by the thief, who tipped off celebrity news site TMZ.com after learning the pearls on the dress were fake, according to officials and the website.
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A dress resembling the $150,000, pearl encrusted one worn by actress Lupita Nyong'o at the Oscars that was stolen this week has been returned
Deputies recover dress that 'greatly resembles' Oscar dress stolen from Lupita Nyong'o
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Lupita Nyong'o stolen $150,000 pearl Oscar gown 'recovered'
The $150,000 Oscar gown worn by actress Lupita Nyong'o that was stolen two days ago was returned on Friday by the thief, who tipped off celebrity news site TMZ.com after learning the pearls on the dress were fake, according to officials and the website.
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Report: Lupita Nyong'o's $150,000 Oscar gown returned by thief via TMZ
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“Maps to the Stars” is such a deliriously perfect title for a Hollywood send-up that it’s amazing it hasn’t been used in that form before. The tritest of all exercises in voyeuristic celebrity worship, that flimsy fold-up guide to the homes of actors and actresses represents the ultimate divide between the…
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