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The FOX 2 coffee mug goes 'Hollywood'

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Credit: Annalee Buschbacher Credit: Annalee Buschbacher
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The FOX 2 mug has gone "Hollywood."

We equipped contest winner Annalee Buschbacher with the coveted FOX 2 coffee mug and assigned her the task to snap pics of it during her recent trip to Los Angeles.

Bushbacher won FOX 2's 'Idol Finale Trivia Giveaway' and flew out to L.A. for the "American Idol" finale last week.

During her stop in Tinsel Town, she introduced to mug to Venice Beach, Beverly Hills, the Staples Center and even the Zoltar fortune telling machine from the movie "Big."

Scroll through Buschbacher's photos above.

And remember, you can enter for your chance to win a mug most weekdays during The Nine on FOX 2.

Click here to view a photo gallery of past coffee mug winners.

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