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We kicked off the week with patriotic spirit as the UK basked in the glow of Andy Murray's Wimbledon win, giving us warm memories of our golden Olympic streak last summer.

Speaking of sport, David Beckham reunited with old footy pals, including Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville, as the sport stars headed out to a restaurant in Manchester.

Lady Gaga? More like Lady Brabra - the artist/pop sensation strutted the streets of New York in little more than a black mini-skirt and matching bra. Similarly, model Helena Christensen showed she could still get pulses racing with a candid photoshoot with FutureClaw magazine.

We may all be poised for the royal baby to grace us with its regal presence, but photographer Alison Jackson is keeping us all entertained with hilarious Kate lookalikes, including the Duchess doing a 'Demi' with a naked shoot.

We've got some weird and wonderful photos from the animal kingdom: a "Frankenstein" with several 'horns' growing out of its head in Minnesota, Yuan Yuan the newly-born Panda cub says hello to the world and Dippy the giant Galapagos gets weighed in Australia.

Happy voting and we will announce the winner on Monday morning.


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    A newly-born panda cub of giant panda Yuan Yuan in an incubator at Taipei Zoo in Taipei. The public will have to wait three months to catch a glimpse of the first panda born in Taiwan, officials said after she was successfully delivered by parents who were gifted from China.

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    Two-year-old Jack Rigb arrives for the funeral service of his father Fusilier Lee Rigby at Bury Parish Church on July 12, 2013 in Bury, Greater Manchester, England. The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers soldier was killed whilst off duty near Woolwich Barracks in South-East London in May. Michael Adebowale and Michael Adebolajo are accused of 25-year-old's murder.

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    Martin Freeman finishes his last shot as Bilbo Baggins for The Hobbit trilogy.

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    Lady Gaga seen out and about in NYC wearing only a bra and short skirt.

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    Britain's Andy Murray raises the winner's trophy after beating Serbia's Novak Djokovic in the men's singles final on day thirteen of the 2013 Wimbledon Championships tennis tournament at the All England Club in Wimbledon, southwest London, on July 7, 2013. Murray won 6-4, 7-5, 6-4. (Photo credit: GLYN KIRK/AFP/Getty Images)

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    Loyalists attend a bonfire in the Sandy Row area of Belfast, Northern Ireland, Thursday, July 11, 2013. Hundreds of fires were set alight Thursday as loyalists celebrate the July 12, remembering the defeat of the Catholic King James, by the Protestant William of Orange in 1690.

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    The female snow leopard "Milla", and her baby are pictured in the Zoo de Servion, in Servion, Switzerland, Thursday, July 11, 2013.

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    A photo provided by Gunnar Boettcher shows a rabbit that Boettcher dubbed "Frankenstein" with what looks like a series of horns growing out of its head outside his home in Mankato, Minn. Boettcher and his brother put together a video entitled "The World's Scariest Rabbit," which has attracted thousands of Internet viewers. Boettcher thinks the rabbit might have a papilloma virus that's a form of cancer. A Minnesota Department of Natural Resources spokesperson says he suspects that is what it is, as it's not an uncommon ailment in rabbits, but he's not seen it on the top of the head.

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    A never before seen Madame Tussauds wax figure of singer Rhianna is unveiled at famed SoHo tattoo parlor Sacred Tattoo on July 11, 2013 in New York City.

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    A dead Minke Whale washes up on Scarborough Beach. The Whale is thought to have got caught up in some lobster pot ropes.

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    A gruesome shrivelled and twisted carcass with leathered skin and a face seemingly grimacing in pain was pulled from South Africa's Plettenberg Bay this week.

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    David Beckham, Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt, Ryan Giggs, Gary Neville and Phil Neville are spotted headding to "Artisan Bar & Restaurant" in Manchester's Spinningfields Area on Monday night.

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    Helena Christensen starred in a photo shoot with Gregory Derkenne for FutureClaw; a fashion, art, music, and culture magazine. Helena posed in her New York apartment styled in her own clothes (or no clothes.). Gianni Versace once described Helena as having the greatest body in the world.

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    A giant chrome brushed aluminium skeleton of a Tyrannosaurus (T-Rex) dinosaur (L), made by French sculptor and painter Philippe Pasqua, stands at the pier of riverboat company Bateaux-Mouches on June 12, 2013 in Paris, with the Eiffel tower in the background.

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    It would appear that the Duchess of Cambridge is the latest in a long line of celebrities to 'do a Demi'. A heavily pregnant Demi Moore famously posed on the front cover of Vanity Fair magazine naked and cradling her baby bump in 1991. And while it may have proven to be controversial at the time, since then it has been a pose replicated by many a celebrity. And now it's even got the Royal seal of approval with a pregnant Catherine stripping off to re-create the scene. Or has she? Take a closer look and the secret behind the photo is revealed - it was shot using a lookalike. The picture is the work of artist Alison Jackson, who is renowned for her elaborate and often believable 'spoof' productions, which give an imaginary behind-the-scenes insight into the world of celebrities and Royals. For more details on Alison Jackson and her work, please visit www.alisonjackson.com. More information can also be found at https://twitter.com/alisonjackson and http://www.facebook.com/AlisonJacksonOnline.

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    A protester from the environmental charity Greenpeace is watched by workers as she attempts to scale the tallest building in western Europe, The Shard, in a bid to unveil a giant banner from the top on July 11, 2013 in London, England. The six female protesters began their unauthorised ascent of the 310 metre high skyscraper shortly after 4am with the intention of highlighting the environmental damage caused by drilling for oil in the Arctic by Shell. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)

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    A U.S. Marshal's van, believed to be carrying Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, arrives at the federal courthouse for his arraignment Wednesday, July 10, 2013, in Boston. The April 15 attack killed three and wounded more than 260. The 19-year-old Tsarnaev has been charged with using a weapon of mass destruction, and could face the death penalty.

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    Angelina Jolie walks through a wooded area while scouting for filming locations in Hawaii. Along with other members of the film crew, Angelina led the pack through the beautiful landscape of Oahu, looking for the perfect spots to shoot. Also noticeable is Angelina's bust from the side view. Angelina recently underwent a double mastectomy to take preventive action against breast cancer.

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    Joke tags written by media crews are shown hanging from the stepladders outside the Lindo Wing of St Mary's hospital in London on July 7, 2013. Prince William and wife Catherine's first child is not officially due until mid-July but this hasn't stopped news organisations from setting up dozens of camera positions outside the private Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital, where William was born in 1982 and his brother Harry in 1984.

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    Queen's Guards get colourful makeover to mark UK arrival of global fun run phenomenon. In a unique twist on a 17th century British tradition, the streets of London were turned into a spectacle of multi-coloured footguards - wearing traditional uniform splashed with a kaleidoscope of bright hues - marching past iconic landmarks to signal the UK arrival of The Color RunT.

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    Dippy the giant Galapagos tortoise at the Australian Reptile Park has been weighed today - he tipped the scales at 120kg!

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    A large python slithers amongst cloths at a charity shop in the town of Ingham, Queensland Wednesday, July 10, 2013. The Australian police investigating a suspected break-in at a charity store have discovered the culprit was actually a 5.7-meter (19-foot), 17-kilogram (37-pound) python. (AP Photo/Queensland Police)

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    The Prince of Wales meets Cara Delevingne (left) and Poppy Delevingne (right) during a reception for the Elephant Family, a charity working to save the Asian Elephant from extinction in the wild, Clarence House.

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    The Countess of Wessex and Queen Elizabeth II are rowed down the river Thames near Windsor in the royal barge the Gloriana.

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    A woman gets back into her flooded car on the Toronto Indy course on Lakeshore Boulevard in Toronto on Monday, July 8 2013.

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    A sightseeing double-decker bus is seen on fire in Shanghai, China. It took firefighters around 30 minutes to put out the blaze and there were no reported causalities. According to authorities the fire started in the engine of the bus.

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    A 39,000-year-old female baby woolly mammoth named Yuka from the Siberian permafrost is surrounded by exhibition staff at an exhibition in Yokohama, suburban Tokyo on July 9, 2013. The frozen woolly mammoth will be exhibited from July 13 until September 16.

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    Thirteen day old lioness cubs are fed by zoo keepers at Himeji Central Park on July 9, 2013 in Himeji, Japan. The seven white lioness cubs, given birth by three female South African Lions were born on June 6th, 26th and 30th. The cubs will be on public display for the first time later this week.

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    Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton reads to children at a children's library and learning center in Little Rock, Ark., Monday, July 8, 2013. The center is being named for the former first lady and secretary of state.

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    Jeremy Piven attends the Novak Djokovic Foundation inaugural London gala dinner at The Roundhouse on July 8, 2013 in London, England. The foundation supports vulnerable and disadvantaged children, especially in Djokovic's native Serbia. (Photo by Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images for Novak Djokovic Foundation)

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    People jump with a bull into the sea during the traditional running of bulls at Denia's harbour, near Alicante on July 8, 2013.

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    Tourists watch water gushing out from the Xiaolangdi Reservoir on the Yellow River during a sand-washing operation in Luoyang, central China's Henan Province. The on-going operation works by discharging water at a volume of 2,600 cubic meters per second from the reservoir to clear up the sediment in the Yellow River. The Yellow River has been plagued by an increasing amount of mud and sand. Each year, the river bed rises as silt deposits build up, slowing the water flow in the lower reaches.

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    Alien creatures great and small are shown off during the Alien Pet Contest at the annual Roswell UFO Festival. Site of the alleged alien spacecraft crash on July 7th 1947, the town of Roswell has embraced the controversies surrounding that (non) event to put on a four-day festival that attracts conspiracy theorists, their minions and curious tourists.

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    Women are hoisted up by their husbands in the annual 'Wife Carrying World Championships' in Sonkajarvi, Finland.

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    Today a 12 foot sculpture of Mr Darcy was unveiled at The Serpentine in London’s Hyde Park to mark the launch of UKTV’s new TV channel Drama and the 200th anniversary year of Pride and Prejudice – replicating the iconic scene from pride and Prejudice where Mr Darcy emerges from the lake. The fibreglass model that took two months to make will go on a regional tour of Britain before it is installed in Lyme Park in Cheshire where the infamous scene was filmed.

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    This is the incredible moment an orang-utan cradles her "miracle" newborn, captured on camera for the first time. Never-before-seen footage of the Sumatran orangutan birth is at the heart of a BBC documentary filmed to mark the 50th anniversary of the founding of Jersey's Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust. In it, camera crews record the live birth of orang-utan Dana's baby, and the seconds afterwards as mother takes the infant to her chest and cleans the offspring.

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    The London Film and Comic Con at Earls Court, London.

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    Ban Ki-moon welcomes Malala to the United Nations.