Canada's Globe and Mail has an innocuous feature, "Celebrity Photos of the Week".
Innocuous, that is, until someone this morning --- yet to be fired, we presume --- struck a blow for the Occupy movement by posting some rather distinctive captions and slipping a few photos of "non-celebrities":
(All celebrity photos by Getty; non-celebrity photos by AFP, Reuters, and Getty)
Week Five of the Occupy Wall Street movement finds couture-and-pearls-bedecked actress Elizabeth McGovern preoccupied with America's growing income disparity at the New York Film Festival premiere of "My Week With Marilyn" in a swank New York City hotel on Sunday.
Yes, stars came out in force last week to show their support for the brave little people taking part in Occupy Wall Street protests across America. Here, actress Sofia Vergara demands higher taxes for the wealthy as she arrives at the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic in Los Angeles on Sunday.
Clearly outraged by the excessive bonuses paid to Wall Street executives, actress Sanaa Lathan defines unostentation at the champagne-sponsored event for the elitest equestrian game sometimes known as "The Sport of Kings" in Los Angeles on Sunday.
Lauren Conrad, well-known chronicler of the down and out in Orange County, wore shorts to the polo match to show her support for people who can't afford long pants, something she read about online one time or something.
What the hell?!? How did this photo of an Occupy Wall Street protester in Los Angeles taken the day before the polo match get in here? Our apologies.
Selena Gomez, attending the premiere of "The Thing," is delighted by Eli Roth's discourse on how power belongs to those who control the means of production. You'd be good at feigning interest, too, if you were dating Justin Bieber.
A couple of complete nobodies attend the Occupy Wall Street protest in New York on Monday.
Determined champion of the underclasses Jeremy Piven wore three shades of grey to the second annual Art Mere/Art Pere Night in West Hollywood last week.
Cherie Walters, 58, wore one shade of unironic defiance to the Occupy Wall Street demonstration in New York City last week.
Left-leaning actor/director George Clooney attends the after-party for the premiere of "The Ides of March" in a swank and exclusive club in Manhattan last week. He said last week he would pay more attention to the Occupy Wall Street movement were he not so busy attending events like this. Seriously. That's what he said.