This week we celebrated the opening of Breaking Dawn Part 1 by looking back at Twilight couples, got ready for Thanksgiving by reviewing lessons for meeting the parents from movies, and enjoyed Movember by honoring 12 iconic mustaches. Meanwhile, Benetton caused a controversy with its presidential makeout ads, the king and queen of Bhutan traveled to Japan, and an erotic exhibition was held in London. See that and more in the week in pictures!
A dancer performs at Erotica 2011at Olympia on Friday in London, England.
Graffiti depicting a woman veiled with the Libyan revolution flag in the capital is captured in Tripoli on Friday.
People in Milan walk past a controversial new Benetton advertising campaign showing the Chinese and American presidents kissing.
Rising sex symbol Michael Fassbender upped his sex factor smoking a cigar while cozying up to director Eli Roth at GQ's Men of the Year 2011 party on Thursday.
Postcards are displayed during this year's Secret Postcard exhibition at the Royal College of Art in London, England. Around 3,000 postcard size artworks have been created and donated by artists and designers, including Tracey Emin and Yoko Ono for a charity sale. The identity of each card's creator is kept secret until after it has been purchased.
Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Taylor Lautner attend the UK premiere of Breaking Dawn Part 1.
Anyavarin Supateeralert of Thailand competes in the Women's Rhythmic Gymnastics on day eight of the 2011 Southeast Asian Games in Indonesia.
King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and Queen Jetsun Pema of Bhutan make an appearance in Tokyo.
Wax versions of Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber are unveiled at Madame Tussauds on Thursday in NYC.
Regis Philbin poses between his wife Joy and cohost Kelly Ripa at the end of his final show on Friday.