Celebs Reveal Their Holiday Shopping Secrets

When it comes to holiday shopping, it looks like Law and Order alum Elizabeth Rohm and I have something in common. We're both last-minute Lucys. Wonder how other celebs manage the holiday rush? BabyCenter's trio of celeb bloggers, Moms and the City, hit the red carpet to ask celebrities how they do their holiday shopping.

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Elisabeth Rohm

"Sadly, last minute! I wish I was more organized. And of course, in NYC! It's so fun to shop there."

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Khloe Kardashian

"I do my holiday shopping little by little. Whenever I see something I like for someone, I get it, though I sometimes forget some people at the end. Kim has everyone done already! I did Bruce all at once. It was his birthday the other day, so I figured I'd bang it all out."



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Chace Crawford

"Definitely online. And I actually make things for people. I hand-make stuff for my mom."'

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Denise Richards

"I do a lot of it online. It's the easiest. I can get it wrapped and shipped, and then you're not dealing with the holiday crowds. I used to be so last minute and go Christmas Eve day, but that just doesn't work now."

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Melissa Leo

"For many years I shopped while I was traveling for work. My family has gotten lots of things I've gathered from one place or another."

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Chynna Phillips

"I don't. I know that sounds crazy. One of the most depressing things that can happen on Christmas morning is to see a child rip through one gift after another without actually enjoying anything "in the moment."

So instead of a traditional gifting Christmas, we celebrate the season with a family vacation. We bring a few small gifts to open Christmas morning at the hotel. I think it allows our children to care about the presents they receive a bit more."

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