CNET.com.au's paparazzo was on hand to capture the launch of a limited edition Motorola phone at Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art.

Motorola's limited edition Motorokr Z6 ARIA Edition comes bundled with a set of Motorola stereo Bluetooth headphones, as well as easy access to the ARIA Web site. Read all about it here. At the press launch, we snapped a few of celebrities who were in attendance.

Michelle Leslie fresh from her breakup with car dealership heir, Chris Sutton.

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The launch was at Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art. And Motorola went to the trouble of extending their wavy motif to all the windows on the sixth floor.

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Michelle Leslie poses sans hajib.

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Motorola's launch event for its limited edition ARIA phone was compered by Jabba, who strangely enough also hosts the ARIA-based countdown show on Nova.

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Kate Miller-Heidke performed a three song set for the assembled coterie of celebrities and press.

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Kate Miller-Heidke in the middle of covering Britney Spears'

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