Where's the Party? Follow Paris
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."