Morning Links: Jon Hamm’s Handsome Delusions, Justin Bieber Channels The Ying-Yang Twins

● Jon Hamm doesn’t see handsome — "truly handsome, like (George) Clooney, Brad Pitt, Ryan Reynolds, Brad Cooper" — when he looks into the mirror. Instead, he says, “When I look in the mirror, I see my goofy-a– self from when I was a kid.” We don’t buy it. [NYDN]

● The Iranian government has cancelled a celebratory event planned for director Asghar Farhadi, whose movie, A Separation, won the Oscar for Best Foreign Film last month. [ArtsBeat]

● It’s being said that Justin Bieber’s new single, "Boyfriend," sounds — predictably! — a lot like Justin Timberlake meets — less expected! — the Ying Yang Twins. [Idolator]

● Chad Michael Murray has been cast as the male lead in Scruples, the Natalie Portman-produced ABC drama about a 1970s socialite who opens a boutique after her husband’s death. [THR]

Real Housewives star and "skinny"-beverage purveyor Bethenny Frankel was called in to audition for a role in Michael Bay’s new project Pain and Gain, maybe, one source supposes, because she has "a lot of experience working with cameras." [Us]

● By the looks of it, Donald Trump’s sons Donald Jr. and Eric brought in quite a haul — an elephant, crocodile, kudu, civet cat and water buck — on their most recent Zimbabwean hunting trip. "I know that anything they did was 100% OK in terms of the hunting community," Trump assures. [TMZ]

● And survey says: Snooki and Kim Kardashian were voted the number one and two "most overpaid" in an online survey. What say you? [NYP]

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