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Hilary Swank tries to hide from the paparazzi and some other celebrities show off how they avoid being photographed.
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Interviewer: Show me that beautiful smile, beautiful.
Speaker: Doing her best cousin, its impersonation. Hilary Swank hid beneath her hair to avoid being photographed while entering a medical building in Beverly Hills. Luckily for us, the Million Dollar Baby star is smart enough to know you can’t drive. Well cover your face. Just ask stuff rose knee arcos, news crashed up Paris Hilton’s Bentley while driving with a jacket over his hand. Anna Victoria since Lindsay Lohan driving record is at least she’s — instead of behind the wheel. The bag of chips was a tastier diversion though. Are we possessed umbrella makes you perfect paparazzi shield just ask Jessica Biel.
Jessica Biel: Get a real job that doesn’t involve stalking people.
Speaker: Or the Joni’s brands.
Interviewer: You guys will know that famous here.
Speaker: We bag the dip, or maybe Johnny Depp. He’s behind there right? But when it comes to hiding in plain site, there’s no one better than Leonardo Dicaprio. All he needs is his trusty baseball cap and his hand. Although the occasional jacket and script come in handy maybe he could get Scarlett Johannson a few tips on how its done because that had to her.