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Jenna Ushkowitz Correlates Her Coral To Celebrate Chinese New Year At The Beverly Center!

Jenna Ushkowitz chic-ly celebrates the Chinese New Year at the Beverly Center!

Happy New Year!!!

OK so technically the new lunar year started on Friday, but thankfully Chinese New Year is celebrated for several weeks after the actual day!

So Jenna Ushkowitz wasn’t late to the party at ALL on Tuesday when she visited the Wishing Tree at the Beverly Center to celebrate the Year of the Horse!

She went with a vaguely red (the Chinese color of good luck and happiness) look by rocking a coral Ted Baker sweater, which she paired with a black skirt from the same brand.

The Glee actress then mixed things up by wearing unexpected green Manolo Blahnik heels — and we love them!!!

Final note? The bright hue of the shoes and sweater definitely kept the ensem from being dull or boring.

Well done!

[Image via WENN.]

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Celine Dion LoOoVes Celebrating That Lunar New Year!!!

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Time to party po-po-pop!!!

It's the year of the dragon, and Celine Dion is in Vegas!!!

To celebrate the Lunar New Year (slash Chinese New Year), Caesar's Palace had Celine Dion as their glitzy guest!!

She hosted the grand ceremony for the new Octavius Tower to officially ring in the new year, and we hear she was fa-bu-lous!! We're told she even danced the lion dance to help the Vegas casino & hotel attract good fortune!!! FuNNN!!!!

At the party, Celene said:

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Dolce & Gabbana's Not So Genuine Apology For Hong Kong Photo Ban

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dolce-and-gabbana-apologize-for-hong-kong-photo-ban.jpgDolce & Gabbana finally gave in to protesters and apologized for banning photography in front of their Hong Kong store — but do they mean it?

A statement was released on Wednesday, just days before one of the busiest shopping seasons: Chinese New Year. How convenient.

The statement

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