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Photos: The Best Celebrity Holiday Cards Of 2013
'Tis the season for some holiday card goodness. We've got Ellen Degeneres and Portia de Rossi doing their own spoof on the Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's sexy motorcycle-riding "Bound 2" video, as well as Tom Hanks banding together with Wiz Khalifa. Here's our round-up of some of the best ones floating in the Twitterverse.
Mena Suvari with her beau Salvador Sanchez, as well as her not-so-hidden love for cats:
Kelly Clarkson getting all wrapped up in Christmas with her family:
Merry Christmas from the Blackstocks! Share your photos for a chance to win! More info here: http://t.co/dkJtVPeG1C pic.twitter.com/lzn0LnaiBV— Kelly Clarkson (@kellyclarkson) December 10, 2013
Tom Hanks signing off with "Yo. Hanx." in his snapshot with Wiz Khalifa:
Wiz Khalifa and me say merry Christmas and peace on Earth. Yo. Hanx http://t.co/mSxLgGYScz— Tom Hanks (@tomhanks) December 11, 2013
Nothing quite beats Degeneres and de Rossi in mocking West and Kardashian on The Ellen Show:
ELLEN & PORTIA’S HOLIDAY CARD THO! pic.twitter.com/wNP2zub2de— Riley Edmunds (@RileyEdmunds) December 8, 2013
Depeche Mode's bizarre holiday card—make sure to check out the background:
Depeche Mode - 2013 Christmas card #DeltaMachineTour #DepecheMode pic.twitter.com/RaQ2xhnn0y— 🅄🄻🅃🅁🄰 Depeche Mode〇•° 💔 (@Ultra_Depeche) December 11, 2013
And let us not forget the Kardashian's over-the-top family card shot by David La Chapelle:
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