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Fans of cosplay, prepare to have your worlds rocked! Everyone's getting in on the fantasy dress-up action, including the actors who bring your favorite characters to life!

Steve Carell
Steve Carell voiced Gru in Despicable Me I and II. To promote the second film, Carell appeared on Ellen and did the entire segment in character.

For talk show appearances and magazine spreads, our favorite voice actors are getting into character only to be outdone by the actors who show up at Comic Con dressed like, well, um...themselves?

They're real people just like us! But dressed as... the characters they play on TV! Okay, so it's hard to explain if you think about it for too long. 

Lending voice to cartoon characters is a treat for Hollywood's best and brightest, and a legitimate career path for people like Rachel FredericksonThe Biggest Loser winner. 

Let's take a look at a few more voice actors we'd love to see dressed in character in the real world.

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Does size really matter? That's the eternal question. Some pack a mighty punch into a small package. Others show their strength by standing more erect than the rest.

We're talking about really tall celebrities here, sheesh. Get your minds out of the gutter!

It's hard to tell who's tall or short on the big screen, as directors, camera angles and other tricks keep up the illusion that everyone in Hollywood is descended from Amazons.

While it's true that there are some very short celebrities out there, it's equally true that some of them are very, very above average, at least when it comes to height.

Take a look at 25 super tall celebrities who aren't even pro athletes!

Khloe Kardashian
Khloe Kardashian's 5'10" height does nothing to dispel the rumors that she's not really Robert Kardashian's daughter since her sisters barely break 5'.

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Someday, the following list will not be necessary.

Someday, celebrities will not need to make any sort of official announcement regarding their sexuality because, quite simply, no one will care and society will be fully accepting of all orientations.

But that day hasn't arrived yet, for reasons explained so eloquently by Ellen Page when she came out as a lesbian on Friday:

Perhaps these stars can make a difference. Maybe they can positively influence others struggling with their sexual identity, using their public platform to push for tolerance.

So, with all that in mind, we join many in Hollywood in saluting Page and other famous folks who are very out and awfully proud:

Ellen Page
Ellen Page made a major announcement in early 2014: She's gay. We applaud her for it.

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The 2013 Emmys were filled with both celebrations and tributes.

For while shows such as Modern Family and Breaking Bad gave folks plenty to fist pump over, a number of untimely deaths also gave them far too many colleagues to moun.

Along those sad lines, Jane Lynch paid tribute to late Glee star Cory Monteith.

"It is remarkable, and perhaps a little curious, how quickly TV shows become like family in some ways," Lynch said during the broadcast. "This summer on our show, Glee, we suffered a painful death in our family. Cory Monteith played Finn Hudson, a star quarterback turned wide-eyed, heartfelt glee singer.

"And from the first time you saw Cory, he had a star quality and genuine sweetness that made it impossible not to fall in love with him. And millions did fall in love with Cory."

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It's all over for Jane Lynch and Lara Embry.

The Glee actress announced today that she and her wife of three years are filing for divorce.

"Lara and I have decided to end our marriage," she said in a statement to People. "This has been a difficult decision for us as we care very deeply about one another. We ask for privacy as we deal with this family matter."

Jane Lynch at Tonys

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She's known for her sarcasm more than her rapping skills, but Jane Lynch set out to change that during an appearance on Conan Monday night.

Doing her best impression of American Idol judge Nicki Minaj, the Glee star broke it down for the host and his viewers.

Perhaps Lynch should ditch that track suit and don a few gold chains instead. Watch her impression display now:

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Glee star Jane Lynch narrates a new documentary about LGBT rights in America, featuring a candid interview with President Obama and doubling as a de facto campaign ad for the reelection-seeking Commander-in-Chief in 2012.

The documentary-style commercial highlights Obama's achievements over the past three years, most notably ending the military's Don’t Ask Don’t Tell policy and most recently coming out with full support for same-sex marriage.

The Prez even name-checks Lady Gaga. Check it out below:

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Emmys host Jane Lynch certainly didn't rein herself in Sunday, taking shots early and often. Amusingly, the Jersey Shore cast played along in a pre-recorded spoof.

Introduced as a CNN report by Anderson Cooper, in what he called "a sobering look at the future of television," Lynch appeared as a woman named Donatella Alberghetti Mangiana D'Borgia (who could almost pass for Teresa Giudice).

Who knew Donatella, a TV producer from the Garden State, single-handedly deserves credit (or blame) for all the Jersey-themed programming nowadays ...

Donatella's signature greatest accomplishment, no doubt, is transforming "eight at-risk youths" and turning them into an MTV phenomenon.

The Situation scared to death? Pauly D talking about DJing at NPR? Snooki billed "just a Harvard undergrad" before Donatella made her the "chosen one"?

Pretty hilarious stuff.

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She provides constant snark and humor on Glee, but the life of Jane Lynch was not always filled with laughter. Just how far did the actress fall during her days of substance abuse?

Referring to her attempt to get clean 1991, Lynch writes in her upcoming memoir, Happy Accidents:

"I found myself eating about a gallon of chocolate ice cream daily to replace the copious amounts of sugar my body was used to from my daily beer intake."

Jane Lynch Memoir

Lynch didn't stop there, either:

She writes of her "habit of taking NyQuil before bed. Though no longer drinking Miller Lite, I was still in need of something to soothe me. The fact that NyQuil had alcohol in it was not something I acknowledged at all. I still considered myself on the wagon.”

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The entire Anthony Weiner scandal is a sad state of affairs.

It's hard not to feel sorry for Weiner's wife, his constituents, the state of politics itself.

But it's also hard not to watch the following video and think the whole thing was worthwhile. In it, Bill Maher and Jane Lynch recite, word-for-word, an exchange between the Congressman and one of his Internet mistresses. Again, remember: this exact conversation actually took place online...

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