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Kirsten Dunst: Duck and Cover!

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bill-swift - April 24, 2007

Looks like somebody doesn't want to have her picture taken, and that somebody is Kirsten Dunst. But why so shy Kirsten? Well, according to the Daily Mail, even though Kirsten's night started out fine at the Spiderman 3 premiere, after hitting several parties and clubs, little miss Kiki D wasn't in the mood to deal the papz.

The 24-year-old actress began the evening at 6pm looking bright-eyed and bushy-tailed on the red carpet in Leicester Square. She wore a demure high-necked dress which reached below the knee.




But two parties later, Kirsten - who by now had changed into a shorter dress with a bustier bodice - was looking more than a little dishevelled.




Well, after the Spider-Man 3 premiere, she went on to the afterparty at the Freemasons' Hall in Covent Garden.




After that, Johnny whisked her off to the Hawley, popular with stars like Sadie Frost and Amy Winehouse, where she apparently availed herself of the refreshments on offer.




She eventually stumbled back to the Covent Garden Hotel just before 4am.

I like how Kirsten thinks that trying to duck, or cover her face is going to make the paparazzi stop taking pictures. It's like when you're 4 years old and if someone ignores you, you just try and get their attention even more. Am I bugging you? Am I bugging you? Am I bugging you? Am I bugging you? Am I bugging you? Am I bugging you? Am I bugging you? Am I bugging you? Am I bugging you? Am I bugging you?

Photo credit: Bauer-Griffin



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