This week in celeb twitpics, Rosario Dawson wears Olympics-inspired shades, Kat Graham’s Rapunzel Moment, Teresa Palmer’s favorite makeup look, and more.
Rosario Dawson at the Olympics Opening Ceremony
“So happy to scream & cry with my grrl Tara at the London 2012 Opening Ceremony!” tweetedRosario Dawson, kicking off the Olympics with Union Jack shades.
Teresa Palmer's Favorite Makeup Look
Are you all about the raspberry lips like Teresa Palmer? “Current favorite makeup look on one of my favorite models,” she tweeted with this pic of fellow model Natasha Poly.
Kat Graham's Rapunzel Moment
“Do u think they'll let me keep it?” tweetedVampire Diaries actress Kat Graham, showing off an extra long ponytail.
Lea Michele is Star-Struck
Even stars get star-struck, as Lea Michele proved when she discovered a chair with her name on it next to Kate Hudson’s. “Now THAT is the coolest thing ever,” tweeted the actress, who’s filming Season 4 of Glee.
Ashley Madekwe's Arm Candy
“Friendship bracelet extravaganza at the Glamour shoot!” tweetedRevenge actress Ashley Madekwe. What’s on your arms these days?
Fearne Cotton's Weekend Manicure
Fearne Cotton’s either a Spiderman fan or is getting ready for Halloween early with her metallic spiderweb manicure. “Today's nails!!” tweeted the Radio One host.
Harley Viera-Newton in the Karl Booth
Harley Viera-Newton DJ’d Karl Lagerfeld’s Olympics pop-up party at Selfridge’s in London. “Karl booth,” she tweeted.
Samantha Ronson's Supras
Love Samantha Ronson’s laid-back style? Check out her fancy new footwear: “Today's kicks,” tweeted the DJ.
Selma Blair Celebrates Her Baby Boy's Birthday
“Happy birthday my saint. Birthday weekend. Xx,” tweetedSelma Blair with this sweet pic of her and son Arthur blowing out the candles on his first birthday cake. Awwwww…
Emmy Rossum's Garden Party
Emmy Rossum snapped some envy-worthy pics in a beautiful garden this week. Which are you more jealous of, her paradise setting or her LWD?
As a celebrity fashion contributor for theFashionSpot, Ellen Freeman vacillates between being a superfan and a hater. She studied comparative literature at Haverford College and has written for Glimpse, Philadelphia Weekly, and the Philadelphia Live Arts blog. Ellen's day jobs in her hometown of Portland, Oregon include nannying, teaching yoga and thrift store spelunking.