Christina Aguilera wearing The Blonds

DALLAS, Apr 28, 2010 / FW/ — From a music video to a movie premiere and a trip to the beauty salon, the middle of the week finds celebrities in the expected places.

In Christina Aguilera’s highly anticipated video, “Not Myself Tonight”, the musical artist shimmers in The Blonds’ crystal plunging bathing suit from their Fall 2010 collection.

This is not the first time that Christina Aguilera had chosen to wear The Blonds.

She also donned a creation by The Blonds on “Back to Basics” album artwork and again wore the sexy glittering piece in her debut video from her new album, Bionic.

At the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles, for the premiere of the re-imagined 1984 classic and cult movie “A Nightmare of Elm Street”, actress Rooney Mara who plays Nancy Holbrook in the movie wore a blush and white silk organza Alberta Ferretti apron dress from the Spring 2010 runway collection.

“A Nightmare on Elm Street” hits theaters on Friday, Apr 30th.

Kristin Cavallari and Audrina Patridge join John Frieda and Harry Josh at the John Frieda Style On Site Tour in Times Square

Meanwhile in New York, Reality stars Audrina Patridge and Kristin Cavallari stopped by the “John Frieda Style On Site Tour” in New York’s Times Square on Tuesday, April 27 to celebrate the kickoff of the nationwide tour.

The girls got their hair styled by celebrity stylist and John Frieda International Creative Consultant Harry Josh at the Style On Site Salon, where women can stop by for a complimentary styling session courtesy of John Frieda hair care.

Each client receives a 15-minute lesson with a top John Frieda stylist, who will consult with her about her specific hair issues and educate her on how a John Frieda regimen can address her unique concerns. Visitors also get instant access to the BCBGMAXAZRIA pop-up shop for head-to-toe style on site.

After kicking off in New York, the Style On Site Tour will travel to Philadelphia, Atlanta, Miami, Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Minneapolis and Chicago.