Lindsay & Wilmer's Ex Games
04/13/2005 AT 06:00 AM EDT
Also witness to the dance-off: 'N Sync-ers Joey Fatone and JC Chasez, and Pamela Anderson and her beau Stephen Dorff. "The two of them would glance at each other, and then dance harder. The whole crowd was just staring at them. Even Pam Anderson and Stephen Dorff were like, 'Are these people kidding?' " says the source. But it was no joke. "They did not say a word to each other the whole night."
Hey, Big Spender
Everybody Loves Raymond star Patricia Heaton spent big money for a good cause at the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance's 4th Annual Comedy for a Cure in Hollywood. At the event, cohosted by Teri Hatcher and Calista Flockhart, Heaton paid $13,000 for an eight-day trip to England, including two nights at Bovey Castle, owned by British entrepreneur Peter de Savary (who formerly owned Scotland's Skibo Castle, where Madonna and Guy Ritchie tied the knot in 2001). The actress also bought a guitar signed by singer Jackson Browne for $8,000. The proceeds of the auction benefited research for the genetic disorder that causes tumors in vital organs. "I think as a mom, your number one thing is to keep your child safe and healthy," Hatcher told us about her involvement with the event. "You hear about so many tragedies of children around the world. You just can't imagine that happening to your child."
Caught in the Act
Drew Barrymore, dining at popular Times Square restaurant Blue Fin just before her surprise appearance on Saturday Night Live.
The Rock, having a leisurely dinner with several male pals in a cozy corner table at Santa Monica's Ivy at the Shore. The wrestler turned actor also flashed his winning grin for three young female fans who approached his table for a photo.
By MARK DAGOSTINO, JOANNE FOWLER, NICK WHITE and HILLARY ATKIN