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Celebs at Coachella 2013

Okay, seems like everybody, (from singers to actresses, socialites to models) is rocking at coachella and dressed up like hipsters..lol.. Even Leo is there!
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@ameliasantos lol! nice observation! I agree, she wears this hobo outfit each year!
lol! I hope we can do crunches together! to get that flat belly!
I can't wear them.. T.T I dont have the body to!
I feel like paris hilton is wearing the same Coachella outfit each year!
lol what's wrong with cropped tops?
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