Chuck Norris is an actor and martial arts star who has become something of a cult figure decades after he rose to fame. Chuck Norris is...

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We're not exactly sure who decided to photoshop the teeth out of celebrity mouths or why, but this is a thing that exists on the Internet. For better or for worse.

The pictures are frightening and funny, sometimes simultaneously.

In some cases, it feels like we're getting a glimpse of what would happen if these celebrities had to age without the benefit of cosmetic dental implants to ensure their teeth are obnoxiously white while their skin shrivels and their hair fades to gray.

In others, well, we're horrified. You probably will be too.

So here's a look at what 19 celebrities would look like without teeth. Now if you'll excuse us we'll be brushing and flossing so this never, ever happens to us:

Anne Hathaway
Scale of 1 to OMG, Anne Hathaway with no teeth is OMGOMGOMG.

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What's in a name? As it turns out, maybe everything.

Since Shakespeare first posited the question in Romeo and Juliet, actors have been using fake names to land professional roles. Not only did it allow them some semblance of privacy before the dawn of Wikipedia, but let's face it, some people just aren't born with great names.

Ella Maria Lani Yelich-O'Connor? Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta? Quite a mouthful.

If an actor or musician's entire career is dedicated to being someone else - a character or personality, perhaps - then a good stage name can go a long way to making that career explode.

More celebrities use pseudonyms than you might think. In fact, here are 67 stars who don't use their real names. Which ones did you know before viewing this gallery?

Lorde
Musical sensation Lorde was given the name Ella Maria Lani Yelich-O'Connor at birth. We'd probably go with Lorde, too.

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In response to Jean-Claude Van Damme's epic split for Volvo in a recent commercial that went viral, Chuck Norris has done him one better ... or 11 better.

With CGI help, it would appear. But still. Chuck Norris! Boo-yah!

The action star appears in a holiday video from Hungarian animation firm Delov Digital, in which he reenacts Van Damme's split between two jets.

And with 11 soldiers on his shoulders, to boot. Check it out!

It's unclear if Norris worked with Delov on this, though one imagines he at least signed off on his likeness being utilized? The firm hasn't commented.

Either way, it appears to be inspired by Chuck Norris Facts, the classic parody website listing Chuck's achievements (or at least it's perfect fodder for it).

For example, did you know the Bermuda Triangle used to be known as the Bermuda Square until Chuck Norris roundhouse kicked one of the corners in?!

When you think about that, this split is just modestly epic.

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Chuck Norris has penned an ode to embattled quarterback Tim Tebow.

In the 1,500-word missive, the actor writes that "America has the UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championships) and the UCP (Ultimate Clutch Players) One is mixed martial artists, and the other is quarterbacks of the NFL. They all are athletic warriors who are extremely determined to win."

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  • Tebow in a Tux

He then goes on to praise Tebow, who was recently cut by the Jets and is seeking employment.

"My favorite in the UFC is Georges St. Pierre. My favorite UCP in the NFL is Tim Tebow," Norris notes. "I have been following Tim since he became a quarterback for the Florida Gators, and I have never seen a more determined and inspiring athlete play the game of football. And I’m not alone in that sports assessment."

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Chuck Norris stars in a new ad urging citizens to unite and vote against President Obama and prevent a Doomsday scenario that would inevitably follow his reelection.

"If we look to history, our great country and freedom are under attack," the 72-year-old Expendables 2 star says in his dire appeal to Republican voters.

"We're at a tipping point and, quite possibly, our country as we know it may be lost forever if we don't change the course in which our country is headed."

With his wife by his side, he says, "I know you love your family and your freedom as much as Gena and I do, and it is because of that we can no longer sit quietly or stand on the sidelines and watch our country go the way of socialism or something worse."

Norris then borrows a quote from President Ronald Reagan in saying that if freedom isn't protected, we take "the first step into a thousand years of darkness."

Reelecting Barack Obama would represent that step, he believes.

Interestingly, Norris does not mention Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney once. He famously endorsed Mike Huckabee in 2008. See below ...

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Here's a new Chuck Norris fact for you: the actor is very unhappy with Barack Obama right now.

In light of James Turley - a Boy Scouts of America official and CEO of the accounting firm Ernst & Young - recently stating that he planned on working to change the longtime rule that bans homosexuals from serving as Scout leaders, Norris has penned a column for Ammo Land that places the blame for this maneuver on the President's shoulders.

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Running down the connections between Turley and Obama (e.g. they were just guests at a state dinner and Turley was nominated to President Obama’s Export Council in 2010) and citing the President's support of same-sex marriage, Norris believes Turley is catering to a "pro-gay" Obama agenda.

Writes/asks Norris:

Hasn’t America reached a new low in its history when its president (and the honorary president of the BSA!) distances himself and his administration from the Boy Scouts of America yet invites groups such as the Secular Student Alliance to participate in its faith and college missions?

Adding that he has personally "known a host of Boy Scouts, Eagle Scouts and BSA leaders," Norris concludes that these individuals epitomize the best of America," which seems to imply gay BSA leaders would epitomize... the worst?

Where do you stand? Should gays be allowed to serve as Boy Scout leaders?

 

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Move over, Jon Hamm, Olivia Wilde and Carrie Underwood.

You're lucky that martial artist, actor, rugged tough guy and true American hero Chuck Norris, who turns 71 today, allowed you to be born March 10 as well.

Despite starring on Walker: Texas Ranger and compiling dozens of other TV and film credits, Norris' contribution to the Internet may be even more significant.

In 2005, a phenomenon known as the Chuck Norris Facts first surfaced. These feats attributable to Norris and Norris alone will forever cement his greatness:

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Some little-known, irrefutable facts about Chuck Norris include ...

- Chuck Norris’ tears cure cancer. Too bad he has never cried.

- Chuck Norris counted to infinity – twice.

- Chuck Norris has already been to Mars; that’s why there are no signs of life there.

- Chuck Norris does not hunt because the word hunting infers the probability of failure. Chuck Norris goes killing.

- If you can see Chuck Norris, he can see you. If you can’t see Chuck Norris, you may be only seconds away from death.

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One is a sexy Hollywood starlet.

The other is an aging actor who, according to the Internet, once sold his soul to the devil in exchange for unparalleled martial arts skills, then - in an ironic twist - roundhouse kicked the devil in the face and took his soul back.

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So what do Scarlett Johansson and Chuck Norris have in common?

They both backed winners in Thursday's Iowa caucuses. Yes, with a little help from their celebrity fans, Democrat Barack Obama and Republican Mike Huckabee emerged victorious in Iowa's first-in-the-nation vote.

While Chuck Norris, 67, stumped for Mike Huckabee in December and was with him last night, Johansson, 23, was by Obama's side, speaking at a rally for high school and college-aged "Barack Stars" in Coralville, Iowa, this week.

Scarlett Johansson urged younger Democrats in Iowa to help deliver a Barack Obama victory, and they obliged as the Illinois senator won the caucus.

"She actually seemed a little shy when she started speaking," audience member Jason Millsap said. "But she warmed up to the crowd ... It was pretty exciting and inspiring to see someone as big as her come and talk to her peers."

"[Scarlett Johansson] was asked a question as to why she chose to support Barack Obama and answered it very well, in my opinion," added high schooler and caucus goer Peter Caroll. "She [explained] how she did research him and found Obama to be [passionate about] most of the issues she deemed important."

Young voters, like Johansson and her fellow Barack Stars, may have been a key to Barack Obama's victory over John Edwards and Hillary Clinton. Obama took an estimated 57 percent of the under-30 vote, according to CNN.

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Oprah Winfrey loves Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama. So do countless former stars of The OC and other celebrities from film and TV.

Well, another upstart political contender has gotten his own boost of star power - from an actor and martial arts master whose chief export is pain.

Governor Mike Huckabee, a 2008 Republican presidential candidate, has made a hilarious campaign ad with Chuck Norris called HuckChuckFacts.

In it, Mike Huckabee refers to several "Chuck Norris facts" - the tall tales about Norris that have become an Internet phenomenon in recent years - while Norris tells real facts about the former Arkansas Governor and his plans for America.

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"When Chuck Norris does a push-up, he's pushing the Earth down."

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