updated 02/02/2004 AT 01:00 AM EST
•originally published 02/02/2004 AT 01:00 AM EST
More ubiquitous than Ugg boots in Park City, Paris Hilton proved you don't need to be in a movie to make the most of Sundance.
FRIDAY, 4:30 p.m.
After Paris and her new boyfriend, Backstreet Boy Nick Carter, arrive, publicists steer her away from her ex (and sex-tape costar) Rick Salomon.
Paris dances on a table at nightclub Harry O's.
SATURDAY, 12 a.m.
Paris joins Simple Life pal Nicole Richie in a conga line at the Butterfly Effect premiere. SUNDAY Skiing. "I always fall on my butt when I snowboard."
MONDAY, 4 a.m.
Paris and Nick emerge from a bathroom together during a party. TUESDAY, 2 a.m. Karaoke! Paris sings Lionel Richie's "Hello" to his daughter Nicole.
Kevin Bacon (left) and wife Kyra Sedgwick promoted their third film together, the pedophilia drama The Woodsman, also starring Benjamin Bratt. "She's the best actress I know," Bacon said.
Christina Applegate (second from left), a costar in the comedy Employee of the Month, partied with husband Jonathan Schaech (right), Shannon Elizabeth and 'N Sync's Lance Bass.
Sans J.Lo, Ben Affleck told Project Greenlight entrants to be commercial: "If you had sex with a pie, we want your movie."
Dashmi Through the Snow
Before the premiere of his flick The Butterfly Effect, Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore hit a party where Moore asked for a Levi's skirt to be embroidered "Dashmi"—a combo of their names—on the derriere. As for his getup? "In Sundance you're supposed to look like Butch Cassidy," he said. "I look absolutely ridiculous."
A true Friend: Jennifer Aniston, who didn't have a film in the festival, checked out Courteney Cox Arquette's new movie and found time to hang out with a posse of pals at the Italian eatery Grappa.
A pregnant Courteney Cox Arquette, with hubby David Arquette, starred in the arty thriller November. And that other coming attraction? "She's glowing," said the dad-to-be. "I'm excited."