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File Photo It may be Jeans For Genes Day, but for some veteran stars it's high time to put away the denims. While we're squeezing into our skinnies to support the annual fundraiser, these Levis-loving gents are rarely spotted in anything but their trusty ol' blues. Jeremy Clarkson, Simon Cowell and David Hasselhoff are among the main offenders, committing major crimes against fashion in high-waisted, stonewashed and baggy pairs all men would do well to avoid. But Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, Robert Plant and co get a free pass - since jeans and rock 'n' roll have always been a good fit! Jeans For Genes Day, now in its 18th year, asks everyone to don their denims to work or school in return for a donation to benefit children with genetic disorders.** Gene Simmons departs his hotel and heads to Lillie's Bordello nightclub Dublin, Ireland - 07.05.10 **Not available for publication in Irish Tabloids. Available for publication in the rest of the world** Featuring: Gene Simmons Where: Ireland When: 07 May 2010 (1 Picture)


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