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Celebrities Off-Duty in the 1990s: The Photos
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How did celebrities spend their down time in the ’90s? Not having their picture taken, for starters. Their lives were already awash in photographers—at premieres, photo shoots, award shows, you name it. But occasionally some famous people let photographers come backstage or inside their homes and hotel rooms. Sometimes, they were captured eating or walking down the street. And even when they were off duty, celebrities in the ’90s still looked rich and famous. Well, most of them.
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Liam Gallagher of Oasis and Damon Albarn, lead singer of Blur, play in a charity soccer tournament in 1996,
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Kevin Costner in 1990 doing what—we don’t know. But check out those sneakers.
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John F. Kennedy Jr. and Arnold Schwarzenegger talk at the Kennedy family compound in Hyannis Port, Mass. in 1995.
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Sandra Bullock poses for a magazine shoot in 1993 at her home in L.A.
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Billy Ray Cyrus and Miley Cyrus in 1994.
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Jennifer Lopez hanging out at a Club Med in the Bahamas in 1997.
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Prince William, Prince Charles, and Prince Harry out for a walk at their Balmoral Estate in 1997.
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Brandy hanging out at a resort in Mexico in 1997.
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Madonna jogging in L.A. in 1996.
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Andre Agassi hanging out in Paris in 1990.
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Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee getting married on the beach in Cancun in 1995.
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Vanilla Ice at home in 1990.
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Kyle MacLachlan with his pets in 1991.
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Beck at the opening of an art show in New York City in 1998.
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Hootie and the Blowfish in Aspen in 1999.
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A very young Brad Pitt in 1990.
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Leonardo DiCaprio having lunch in 1999 with his mom, dad, and step-brother.
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Julia Roberts out for walk in New York City in 1991.
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Alec Baldwin emerges from the ocean in 1990 in Malibu.
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