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Today marks the 140th running of the Kentucky Derby.

And, in honor of America's most famous horse race, we're excited to present 11 celebrities who look a lot like these four-legged creatures.

We mean no offense. Some of the following stars are perfectly good looking.

But they also have certain facial features that bring to mind Secretariat and/or this totally awesome photobomber.

So sit back, place your bets, put on a silly hat, grab a Mint Julep and see if you agree with these comparisons now:

Jerry Seinfeld
What's the deal with me looking like a horse?!?

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As he announced on last night's Late Show, David Letterman is retiring in 2015 which gives CBS execs just a few months to secure a replacement for the beloved host. No mean feat, given the high stakes in the late night ratings battle and giant shoes Dave's successor will need to fill.

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Jon Stewart hosts The Daily Show on Comedy Central. Some believe the comedian is a contender to replace David Letterman on CBS' The Late Show.

So who should the network choose to fill such an important role? Well, the race is wide open with several late night hosts up for contact renewal within the next year. Check out the gallery above for some of the frontrunners.

Big names like Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert may find themselves competing with lesser-known basic cable stalwarts like Bravo's Andy Cohen.

Dark horse candidates like Chelsea Handler could bring an all new audience to the CBS late night lineup, but the network execs (typically not adventurous types) may choose to play it safe by promoting Late Late Show host Craig Ferguson.

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Jerry Seinfeld is so excited about the new Acura NSX that he will stop at nothing to acquire the very first one ... at least in a Super Bowl ad airing Sunday night.

How far will Jerry go for the first new NSX, the debut of which is expected in the coming years? How does Jay Leno fit into this quest for automotive greatness?

Watch an extended version of the ad below ...

Other Super Bowl ads already released:

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Donald Trump is not a big fan of Jerry Seinfeld after the comedian reportedly pulled out from an event appearance for the Donald's son's charity.

Seinfeld was scheduled to attend a September 13 event for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and the Eric Trump Foundation, but he canceled.

According to reports, Jerry bailed based on Trump's remarks about President Obama, which didn't sit well with The Donald for a variety of reasons.

"I just learned you canceled a show for my son's charity," Donald Trump wrote to Seinfeld in an open letter, accusing him of backing out simply:

"Because of the fact that I am being very aggressive with respect to President Obama, who is doing an absolutely terrible job as our leader."

Trump, who is considering a 2012 presidential run, didn't stop there.

"We don't care that you broke your commitment," he continued, "Even though the children of St. Jude are very disappointed, and despite the fact that your manager previously and clearly stated you are 'truly a man of his word.'"

Trump then took a shot at Seinfeld's NBC show, The Marriage Ref.

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“This woman is a jerk. I hate her." - Jerry Seinfeld on Lady Gaga

While the comedian was (partially) joking in an interview with New York's WFAN radio, he's definitely not gaga over the singer's recent baseball game antics.

"I can’t believe that they put her in my box, which I paid for," Seinfeld said, referring to Lady Gaga's bizarre, profanity-laced meltdown June 10 at Citi Field.

Gaga showed up during the fifth inning of the day game between the Mets and Padres and was furious that her front-row seats were close to photographers.

Instead of sitting, she vanished into a lower-deck concourse, only to reappear in a little bit later in the empty luxury box owned by Seinfeld, a big Mets fan.

"You give people the finger and you get upgraded? Is that the world we’re living in now?" he said. "How old is the finger? How’d it even get to be the finger?"

Oh, and what is the DEAL with wearing a bra as a top?

"She is talented," said Seinfeld. "I don’t know why she’s doing this stuff. I don't know what these young people think or how they promote their careers."

He then expounded on her antics: "I'm not one of these all-publicity-is-good people. People talk about you need exposure - you could die of exposure."

Well, there's one person who won't be buying Gaga's new album.

When the WFAN host pointed out to Seinfeld that Gaga was at the rival Yankees' game on Friday, Seinfeld said, "Oh please, wake me when it's over."

"So you've had enough of her?" Steve Somers asked Jerry.

"Yeah," Seinfeld said. "I wish her the best," but then added in one final dig at Lady Gaga, "you take one 'A' off of that and you've got gag."

Not one of the best Seinfeld quotes ever ... but good.

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Their respective spouses now a thing of the past, rumored couple Madonna and Alex Rodriguez took a little trip to Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld's waterfront mansion in the Hamptons last week, according to a report in The New York Post.

A helicopter carrying A-Rod was spotted landing in East Hampton, where he was picked up in a white Porsche 911 matching the description of Jessica's car.

Madonna in Stealth Mode

Less than 40 minutes later, another chopper carrying Madonna took off from NYC's Chelsea Piers and landed at the same airstrip, the newspaper reports.

"A dark SUV and Jerry in another Porsche both pulled up and picked up Madonna, and they headed back to Jerry's place," a witness told The Post.

"When they arrived at the Seinfeld home, Madonna poked her head out the window and could be clearly seen ... the visit lasted a few hours."

Is it odd Madonna and A-Rod chilled with Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld? Not really.

"The Seinfelds have been friends with Madonna for years. They're neighbors on the West Side, so it's really no surprise," an insider tells the paper. "And Jerry and Jessica Seinfield go to her concerts whenever she's in town."

Let the double-dating fun begin!