The Social Climber: Katherine Heigl Sues Pharmacy, Lauren Conrad Dyes Her Hair Pink

Katherine Heigl Sues Pharmacy
PHOTO: Actress Katherine Heigl arrives at the 1st Annual unite4:humanity event hosted by unite4:good and Variety at Sony Studios Feb. 27, 2014 in Los Angeles, Calif.
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Katherine Heigl is not happy.

The former "Grey's Anatomy" actress is suing New York pharmacy Duane Reade, accusing the pharmacy of using a photo of her outside one of their stores without her permission, according to Reuters.

Duane Reade tweeted the pic as an advertisement for the store, according to the complaint.

Duane Reade did not immediately respond to ABC News' request for comment and had not commented to Reuters.

Lauren Conrad Dyes Her Hair Pink
PHOTO: Lauren Conrad is pictured on March 8, 2014 in Los Angeles, Calif.
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LC has gone pink! Again!

Lauren Conrad posted a snap of her new 'do to Instagram with the caption, "A pink locks kind of day..."

E! reported this is the third time in three years that Conrad has dyed her hair pink.

Kate Middleton Dons Sparkly Dress
PHOTO: New Zealand First Lady Bronagh Key, New Zealand Prime Minister John Key and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge look on as they attend an art unveiling of a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by New Zealand artist Nick Cuthell.
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She was literally dazzling.

Princess Kate sparkled in a black dress embroidered with silver feathers during an appearance in New Zealand today. She and her hubby, Prince William, took Prince George on his first royal visit this week.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus Bares Almost Everything
PHOTO: Julia Louis-Dreyfus poses on the May 2014 cover of Rolling Stone.
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Funny gal Julia Louis-Dreyfus is grinning in her new cover for Rolling Stone, but readers' eyes might be drawn elsewhere.

Louis-Dreyfus posed naked for the cover, with a Photoshopped tattoo of the U.S. Constitution stamped on her back.

"In my defense, 'I was in a drunken stupor,'" the "Veep" actress wrote on Twitter.

Maybe that stupor explains the John Hancock signature very low on her back. Hancock's bold signature famously graced the Declaration of Independence, not the Constitution.

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