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Sweatin' Stars

The HOLLYWOOD HEATWAVE

9/10/2011 5:00 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

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If you feel like you are the only one getting hit by the late-summer swelter -- check out these super HOT Hollywood stars ... no seriously they are all hot, gross and sweaty looking.

Keep it cool people.


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1.

BaadBoy    

Kirsten Dunst is waaaaaaay too white. Get some sun baby girl. ...and I wish she would resurrect Claudia from her Interview with the Vampire movie. She was super-good in that flick

1109 days ago
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don juan    

i like a sweaty woman

1109 days ago
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Ann    

slow news day?

1109 days ago
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LittleBIt    

Yeah, TMZ, there's class for you - lets see a bunch of pictures of people sweating. Bad taste - poor judgement. Lousey reporting. You must have NOTHING to talk about to have this sh*t on the website.

1109 days ago
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croc    

wow, people sweating? really?
do they also use the bathroom?
gee, i never knew this fact. thx tmz thx.

1109 days ago
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Bad Motherhugger    

Don't we get to vote which ones are legit and which ones are photoshopped? Lame!

1109 days ago
7.

Craig    

I quite enjoyed this, actually.

1109 days ago
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Kàt    

OH MY GOD! You mean to say celebs sweat too?!??!??!?

1109 days ago
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LI_Mom    

Celebrities are real humans? I learn something new everyday.

1109 days ago
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stu    

do they sweat between their legs & in their cracks too?

1108 days ago
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Dry Confidence    

There is a little known over-the-counter, bio-engineered easy solution called Drionic. Drionic is an FDA authorized, dependable sweat blocking iontophoretic machine manufactured by General Medical Co. located in Los Angeles, California. Drionic has been clinically proven and is recommended by dermatologists everywhere. The Drionic long term antiperspirant device uses no chemicals. It uses an innovative, patented technology and is gentle to the healthy skin yet powerful to combat even the toughest hand, foot and underarm hyperhidrosis, excessive sweating. Hyperhidrosis is a little recognized career and social handicap but can affect any of us at some point in our life. It is often genetically related which explains why it runs in the family. It is usually influenced by stress or emotions. It can also be caused by medical conditions such as in the case of the diabetics. The extreme summer heat may also be a culprit but as one of Dr. Donohue’s columns points out, “Sweating is an important mechanism the body uses to lower temperature. Excessive sweating has no purpose. It comes from overactive nerves that control sweat glands.” So everybody, don't sweat it! Check out www.drionic.com and overcome this important problem. It will help you take better control of your career and social life.

1107 days ago
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Dry Confidence    


TMZ happens to write about a debilitating yet little recognized career and social handicap called hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating), which can affect any of us at some point in our life and yes, including even the most respectable royal dignities, the Hollywood superstars, the rich, the beautiful and the famous, as evidenced by TMZ’s open-minded, observative "Sweatin' Stars" article and photo gallery. Kudos to TMZ for bringing more awareness of this rarely discussed condition to the public.

There is a little known over-the-counter bio-engineered easy solution with the Trademark name Drionic. Drionic is an FDA authorized, dependable sweat blocking iontophoretic machine manufactured by General Medical Co. located in Los Angeles, California. Drionic has been clinically proven and is recommended by dermatologists everywhere. The Drionic long term antiperspirant device uses no chemicals. It uses an innovative, patented technology and is gentle to the healthy skin yet powerful to combat even the toughest hand, foot and underarm hyperhidrosis, excessive sweating. Hyperhidrosis is often genetically related which explains why it runs in the family. It is usually influenced by stress or emotions. It can also be caused by medical conditions such as in the case of the diabetics. The extreme summer heat may also be a culprit but as one of Dr. Donohue’s columns points out, “Sweating is an important mechanism the body uses to lower temperature. Excessive sweating has no purpose. It comes from overactive nerves that control sweat glands.” So everybody, don't sweat it! Check out www.drionic.com and overcome this important problem. It will help you take better control of your career and social life.

1107 days ago
13.

Meisha    

well thats hot..hahaaa

1082 days ago

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