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Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose's signature 1980s look? Teased hair, a bad attitude, and a pair of star spangled bicycle shorts.
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To promote her role in the big screen adaptation of The Dukes of Hazzard, Simpson campaigned for peace on the cover of the July 2005 issue of GQ. The bombshell reportedly spent two months dieting and hitting the gym to fit into her Daisy Dukes? and to look this good in an itsy bitsy, teenie weenie American flag bikini.
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Before Beyonce struck out on her own, Destiny's Child was one harmoniously attired girl group, as evidenced by the patriotic bell bottoms and color coordinated tops they wore to perform at the United We Stand Concert in 2001.
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It's no meat dress, but the belly bearing ensemble Lady Gaga wore in the 2010 music video for ''Telephone'' was memorable enough to inspire a Halloween costume.
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He may be Irish, but the U2 frontman had nothing but love for America when he performed ''Where The Streets Have No Name'' during the Super Bowl XXXVI halftime show in New Orleans in 2002.
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Model Kate Upton made quite a political statement when she posed for the July 2012 cover of GQ magazine, wearing a flag-inspired triangle bikini top and sucking on a red, white, and blue popsicle.
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Nothing says ?All-American girl? more than a stars-and-stripes jacket and a little underboob. Sex symbol Raquel Welch represented the U.S.A. on the March 1967 cover of France?s LUI Magazine.
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Katy Perry likes to wear her patriotism on her sleeve? and her skirt, and her lingerie. In 2012, Perry — who has a penchant for wearing the flag motif — performed at Macy?s 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular in New York City while wearing an asymmetrical American Flag dress.
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Though Geri Halliwell single-handedly brought back the Union Jack mini-dress, she showed a flair for diplomacy when the Spice Girls hit New York City for the 1997 MTV Video Music Awards.
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Known for her ''WTF is she wearing?!'' ensembles, Swinton looked like a sartorial superhero when she donned a U.S. flag print shirt and matching jacket for the New York City premiere of Young Adam in 2003.
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God bless GQ. Along with Jessica Simpson and Kate Upton, Rachel Bilson is among the women who have posed for the cover of the men's mag wearing little more than a patriotic swimsuit and a smile.
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Oh say, you could see country star Reba McEntire coming from a mile away in the sequined gown she wore to the the 28th Annual People's Choice Awards in 2002.
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In 2010, Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert swathed themselves in our country's colors when they appeared at the ''Rally to Restore Sanity And/Or Fear'' in Washington, D.C.
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Only a supermodel could make the banner look this good... it matters little that she's a Brit. On vacation in Miami with boyfriend Jason Statham, Rosie Huntington-Whitely sizzled in a crop top Wildfox Couture flag sweater.
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Self-anointed ''American Bad Ass'' Kid Rock wore the flag as a poncho when he performed during the Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime show in Houston, Texas, in 2004.
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Ke$ha should have been charged with fashion treason for wearing this grungy excuse for a dress to the Lacoste Live pool party at Coachella in 2011.
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Chyna Doll, you're no Wonder Woman. The wrestler showed up to the 2000 MTV Video Music Awards looking like a pale copy of the iconic female superhero.
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I pity the fool who makes fun of Mr. T in this American flag onesie. (Crap, that?s me.)
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Best actress Oscar winners think alike! Both Halle Berry and Meryl Streep walked the red carpet in Catherine Malandrino's American flag dress — Berry wore the frock when she promoted the action flick Swordfish at the Deauville Film Festival in 2001, eight years later Streep wore it to a 2009 photo call for Doubt in Paris.
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