Kevin Federline dined with a pal (on the menu: lobster mashed potatoes) at Beverly Hills eatery Mastro's Steakhouse. "They were chuckling away," says an onlooker.
Terrence Howard, telling us at the L.A. premiere of The Pursuit of Happyness that he's going to Dubai with his kids for the holidays. "It's an amazing place. I want my children to see a place where people of color have made great strides and really have a chance." And 2007 is shaping up to be very busy: He's finishing up a biopic about Supreme Court justice Thurgood Marshall and will play country legend Charley Pride in another film.
Newly sober Lindsay Lohan, hanging out with Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz during an Incubus set at the KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas concert in Universal City, Calif. The following night, she rushed to the stage entrance when rockers Panic! at the Disco performed. Also making the scene backstage: Topher Grace, Seth Green, and No Doubt's Tony Kanal and Adrian Young.
Jared Leto, bringing his mom as his date to Hollywood Life magazine's 6th Annual Breakthrough Awards in Hollywood, where he accepted an honor for his work with his band 30 Seconds to Mars. He poked fun when a photo of himself in character as a bloated Mark David Chapman in Chapter 27 was flashed onscreen. "Thank you for showing that picture. My career as a tabloid serial dater is now officially over!"
Ashlee Simpson and a female friend, "giggling nonstop" at L.A.'s Hyde Lounge. Also on hand: Travis Barker, Rick Fox and hockey star Sean Avery.
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Penélope Cruz, checking out Kooba bags at West Hollywood boutique Lisa Kline.
Michelle Williams, having a girls' night at the Chateau Marmont with friends including her former Dawson's Creek costar Busy Philipps.
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Sheryl Crow, telling us 2007 is going to be her year of "joy, joy, joy" at a Self magazine event at the Me & Ro jewelry store in West Hollywood. "I'm dating and I'm happy," she said.
Justin Timberlake, dancing to his own songs – including "SexyBack," "My Love" and "Like I Love You" (which was played twice) – at Social Hollywood. By 1 a.m., the singer had a posse of about 20 people surrounding him. He hung out until the club closed at 2 a.m.
By VANESSA DIAZ, JESSICA HERNDON, AMY ELISA KEITH, MARY MARGARET and JENNY SUNDEL