Kimora Lee Simmons and Djimon Hounsou
03/02/2007 at 05:00 PM EST
Oscar nominee Djimon Hounsou
and Kimora Lee Simmons,
getting cozy all over Los Angeles. On Feb. 27, the pair whispered and stared at one another during a dinner at Beverly Hills eatery Mr. Chow. The following evening, they headed to West Hollywood's Il Sole, where "they were holding hands, being really sweet to one another," a source tells us. And on March 1, they hit hip West Hollywood lounge Winston's, where they were "lovey-dovey." The pair kissed and snuggled as they chilled at the hot spot. Hounsou was recently linked to Cameron Diaz
after the pair were spotted at L.A.'s Hyde Lounge,
but a rep for Diaz said the two were just friends. Simmons has been separated since last year from her husband, Phat Farm and Def Jam founder Russell Simmons.
purchasing a pack of cigarettes at a West Hollywood Chevron Food Mart as girlfriend Bar Refaeli
waited for him in the car. Once he got back in the vehicle, the model reached across and rested her head on DiCaprio's shoulder.
frontman Dave Grohl, toting 10-month-old daughter Violet Maye
in a baby carrier as he and wife Jordyn stolled along Main Street in Santa Monica. After pausing so his wife could peruse some bohemian-style dresses being placed on racks outside the boutiques, the hip family stood outside Omelette Parlor, a popular breakfast spot, with friends waiting for a table inside.
Actor Alan Cumming,
having dinner with his husband of two months,
commercial illustrator Grant Shaffer, and Queer Eye for the Straight Guy
stars Carson Kressley
and Jai Rodriguez
at West Hollywood eatery Koi.
cuddling with a sandy-haired girl on a lobby couch at the Chateau Marmont hotel in Hollywood.
Selma Blair and Matthew Felker
Jonathan Friolo / Splash News
dining with her new boyfriend, model-actor Matthew Felker,
and his parents at Il Sole. "Matt seemed proud to be showing off his girlfriend to his parents," a fellow diner tells us. "Selma and Matt were very affectionate, sitting side-by-side (with their) arms around one another." On the table: rib-eye steak and penne pasta with sausage ragu and red-bell peppers.
By ALEXIS CHIU and MARY MARGARET