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Sarah Silverman on Maxim and other Celeb Quickies

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- You've come a long way baby. Maxim ditches the usual suspects (models, actresses, hookers, waitresses) and celebrates the sexiest comedian of our time, next to Gallagher of course - egotastic

- Talk about burying the lede... magician du jour Criss Angel spotting partying with Cameron Diaz AND Drew Barrymore. If that dude has any magical powers he would have dressed up as Lucy Liu and played Charlie's Angels 4 with the pair all night - WWTDD

- Ah child stars -- Bud Bundy busted for buds and being blasted - Defamer

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