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Brooklyn's Saoirse Ronan teaches America how to make the perfect cup of tea.

Watch some of the biggest actors and actresses in Hollywood show off their secret talents. From Oprah Winfrey cleaning up dog poop and Emma Stone hopping on a pogo stick, to Natalie Portman translating Hebrew slang and Dakota Johnson sticking things in her teeth, the cover stars of Vanity Fair’s The Hollywood Issue have more than a few tricks up their sleeves.

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