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Fashion For The Fourth

Jul 01, 2012
Fashions For July 4

If you don’t believe American celebs love their country as much as you do, it’s about time you checked out the following “star-spangled” styles – just in time for Independence Day, too!

States Shirt

Christina Aguilera sure does love her country! Here she is wearing a cropped tee that features the U.S. flag.

 

Christina Aguilera

 

Not Brit

Nope, she’s not a Brit – even though her nickname may make it seem so. Britney Spears clearly stays faithful to the stars and stripes, posing here in red pants and a red-white-and-blue top.

 

Britney Spears

 

Paris, USA

Her name may be foreign-sounding (it’s the biggest city in France, after all), but – shown here posing in front of a giant American flag with former BFF Nicole Richie – Pairs is clearly an all-American girl.

BFFs

 



Wrapped Up

Though she’s really a Canadian girl, Pam Anderson MUST love the States – here she’s ONLY wearing its flag!

 

Pam Anderson

 



Spicy State

Remember when Geri Halliwell aka Ginger Spice wore an American flag swimsuit to the MTV Awards? Well, she now says she regrets it … we wonder WHY?


 

Ginger Spice

 



Patriotic Towel

Andy Baldwin – who won the Bachelor in 2007 – likes to show his patriotism by drying off in an American Flag towel!


 

Bachelor 2007

 



Lucy Loves

Here’s Lucy Liu avoiding getting a chill by wrapping herself in an American flag.


 

Lucy Liu

 



Simpson Salute

Jessica Simson flashes a peace sign – and her star-spangled American-flag-inspired bikini.


 

Jessica Simpson

 



Red-White-And-Blue Rag

Busta Rhymes keeps the sun and rain off his head with an Americana bandana that shows his pride in his country.


 

Busta

 



From East To West

Kanye West sports similar shades to these – minus the national pride!


 

Kanya-style Shades

 



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