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Stars' Coachella Transformation!

Coachella has officially begun! Yay! Coachella has been a ground for celebs to dress as hipsters! So here are the comparisons! :) cr:yomg
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@Vonnijahlee I totally agree with you! All I can think of when I see her in that dress is that song! Ian and Nina didn't look bad themselves.. i kind of missed them :(
I think Katy perry looked sweet in that white dress, she really puts me in a mind of a Teenage dream:-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-)
Yes, it's getting a little too "fashion".. the celebs and their clothes are getting much more attention than the music
i love katy Perry's lacy dress!
me too! but don't you think this is getting more of a fashion thing rather than music?
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