Her new romantic comedy Music and Lyrics may be all about finding love with the perfect partner, but newly single DREW BARRYMORE is more than happy to sing her own tune. "Just look at my face," the actress told Insider at the film's L.A. premiere Feb. 7. "I can't stop smiling!" But Barrymore admits she has the same romantic struggles as many others. (She and Strokes drummer FABRIZIO MORETTI split last month after more than four years together.) "Interoffice dating is as challenging as inter-Hollywood dating," she says. "There are little seas and those are the fish we swim around. I wish everyone good luck in love because it ain't easy anywhere."
DUPRI'S PARTYING POWER
Hail to the chief: As the new head of urban music at Island Records, JERMAINE DUPRI arrived in powerhouse style to his Boost Mobile-presented bash on Feb. 10, pulling up to Hollywood's Pacific Theatre in an Escalade with girlfriend JANET JACKSON at 12:30 a.m. and mingling with TYRA BANKS, TYRESE and NAOMI CAMPBELL. After grooving along as NELLY rapped "Grillz" and DIDDY followed suit with "Welcome to Atlanta," Dupri called it a night at 5 a.m. "When J.D. comes to town," said Tyrese, "he really gets it crackin'."
HAYLIE DUFF, 22, accompanied beau of three weeks A.J. DISCALA (ex-husband of Jamie-Lynn Sigler) to his 36th-birthday dinner on Feb. 8 at Hollywood's Sideways Lounge. Then it was on to club Teddy's, where an observer says they "kissed and held hands all night."
On Feb. 10, TERI HATCHER raised $250,000 for brain disease research at the Keep Memory Alive Gala in Las Vegas by agreeing to two lunch-and-shop trips with bidders. "I'm not that big of a shopper," said Hatcher. "I'll carry a bag." Overall, the event raised more than $17 million.
Three days after MISCHA BARTON, 21, and CISCO ADLER, 28, called it quits–per Adler's rep, to "concentrate on their careers"–the pair were spotted getting gas and coffee in Hollywood.
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