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Britney Spears, Eva Longoria, and More Celebrity Twitter Photos

Eva Longoria kisses a frog, Gwyneth Paltrow parties with Lenny Kravitz, and more of the stars’ Twitter photos this week.

Eva Longoria kisses a frog, Gwyneth Paltrow parties with Lenny Kravitz, Mink Kelly devours an In ‘N’ Out burger. See the best celebrity Twitter photos of the week.

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Eva Longoria

Eva Longoria’s days as a housewife may be coming to a close, but the actress has plenty of options beyond Wisteria Lane. After Gabrielle’s husband, Carlos, killed off her evil stepfather last season, she needs only a knight in shining armor to complete the fairy tale. On set this week, Longoria puckered up to an amphibian in hopes that some serious magic goes down. She tweeted, “Look at my co-star today! I’m kissing him so he turns into a prince!”

Sara Bareilles

The Sing-Off may have lost its original judge, Nicole Scherzinger, to Simon Cowell’s new X-Factor, but the show landed a pretty good replacement when Sara Bareilles signed on. Bareilles’s judging credentials include three Grammy nominations and a capella experience from her days at UCLA, which helps her “emotionally connect” with the performers, she told the Hollywood Reporter. Bareilles gave her Twitter followers a sneak peak of the judging panel in action during a rehearsal before the show’s premiere. 

Padma Lakshmi

Three days before last Sunday’s Emmy Awards, Top Chef host and Indian actress/supermodel Padma Lakshmi cozied up to Cloris Leachman, the current record-holder for most Emmys awarded to an actor (male or female). “Oh my God,” Lakshmi tweeted. “Let me introduce you to my new bff Cloris! We’re going on the road like Thelma & Louise.” Although Top Chef lost the reality competition series award to The Amazing Race, that didn’t stop Lakshmi from continuing her photo series: she also tweeted a photo of herself with Betty White from the red carpet at the Emmys.

Britney Spears

Britney Spears hopped across the pond last week to promote the European leg of her Femme Fatale tour and, while she was at it, shoot the music video for her new song, “Criminal.” Upon landing in Brit country, the pop princess was so taken with its beauty that she tweeted, “Look at this view of London … so beautiful! Love it here. –Britney”

Ben Stiller

Ben Stiller ventured up north to Iceland last week to scout out possible filming locations for his planned remake of the 1947 classic The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. Icelandic Stiller fans were thrilled to have him, and the actor seemed equally enthusiastic as he posed for a photo with some of his youngest—and blondest—fans. Stiller tweeted, “Really really ridiculously good looking children of Stykkisholmur.”

Adam Shankman

Adam Shankman, judge of So You Think You Can Dance, first got cozy with the cast of Glee while directing the memorable Rocky Horror Glee Show episode from Season 2. The episode turned out so well that producers asked Shankman to return to fictional McKinley High and direct yet another episode for the show’s third season. Shankman documented his reunion with the lovable cast by tweeting photos of himself with the girls, Cory Monteith and Chris Colfer.

Perez Hilton

Adele’s endless list of devoted fans includes the gossip guru Perez Hilton, who calls the British singer a “music goddess.” The singer has been forced to cancel and reschedule several dates on her most recent tour due to illness, but Perez cheered her up with a photo of himself with Adele, pop singer Mika, and DJ/producer Jodie Harsh. Hilton captioned the photo: “Memories! Ha”

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Minka Kelly

Minka Kelly, the star of the upcoming ABC reimagining of Charlie’s Angels, recently split with her longtime boyfriend, New York Yankees star player Derek Jeter. But there were no sad faces during her downtime with Angels co-star Annie Ilonzeh after the Emmys on Sunday as the two devoured In-N-Out burgers and uploaded a photo to Kelly’s Twitter. Still somehow looking glamorous with a mouth full of burger, Kelly tweeted, “Perfect ending to a perfect night!”

Lenny Kravitz

Gwyneth Paltrow rocked out with Lenny Kravitz last week at an after party following Kravitz’s performance on Absolute Radio in London’s Soho district. It was Kravitz’s first solo headline performance in three years in front of what Absolute Radio called a “tiny” audience of 200 people. But Paltrow insisted on referring to Kravitz by his full first name, which he noted in a tweet was “The only person in the world that calls me Leonard.”

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Jennifer Lopez

In addition to making a serious bid in the race for most uses of the word “love” on one Twitter account, J.Lo also apparently uses her Twitter for wholly unnecessary flattery requests. People magazine’s “World’s Most Beautiful Woman” posted a photo of her impossibly perfect hair (and face) and queried to her followers, “#goodhairday what do you think?” Woman, what do you think? Is it ever bad?

Judd Apatow

Judd Apatow’s next big comedy, This Is Forty, has “wrapped”, according to Apatow’s tweets. The film, a spinoff of the 2007 hit Knocked Up, will follow the characters that Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann played in the original film as they navigate life after 40. The movie’s all-star cast also includes John Lithgow, Megan Fox, and Jason Segel—which will hopefully guarantee the same good old-fashioned Apatow fun that made Knocked Up so great (and hopefully none of the dud jokes or antics that made Funny People so unbearable). To commemorate the end of filming, Apatow tweeted a photo of Rudd with Apatow’s daughter, Maude, who also will play a role in the new film.

Neil Patrick Harris

Neil Patrick Harris, the face of this week’s Entertainment Weekly, is also apparently the face of someone’s … arm? The How I Met Your Mother star tweeted a photo this week of a (hopefully fake) tattoo replica of a famous NPH photo, exclaiming, “Best tattoo EVER! Though when the show is cancelled, I bet they'll need www.drtattoff.com for a few.” Bizarre as the idea is, whoever the tattoo belongs to apparently wasn’t the only person to think of making their body a permanent tribute to Mr. Harris: this guy dedicated a whole Facebook fan page to the idea.