Eva Longoria will be coaching a celeb team at the NBA All-Star event Feb. 19. But at an ABC party last week, she confessed that she originally had wanted to play. It was her boyfriend (and San Antonio Spur) Tony Parker who stopped her. "Tony goes, 'Please don't. You're going to embarrass me,'" said Longoria. Parker, who gave her a diamond "9" pendant (his jersey number) for Christmas, also weighs in on her acting career: He keeps a list of preferred costars for her, including Jim Carrey, Will Smith, Owen and Luke Wilson and Vince Vaughn. As for what Parker thinks about her Golden Globes date, Jamie Foxx, "They're better friends than Jamie and I," said Longoria. When Foxx wanted Longoria to appear in his upcoming music video, she said, "he called Tony and asked if I could be in it."
On Jan. 19 Halle Berry, 39, arrived at a New York City dinner party hand-in-hand with her new flame, Quebecois model Gabriel Aubry, 30. The pretty pair met while shooting a Versace ad together last November ... When INXS's frontman J.D. Fortune first met model Estella Warren on the set of the band's video "Afterglow" last month, "I was really nervous," says Fortune, 30. "But after the first scene, it was like, 'Okay, this is hot!'" The new couple tell PEOPLE that being from Ontario "really broke the ice for us," says Warren, 27. "He's a rock star, but humble. And he's beautiful, stunning, sexy and very talented." ... And finally: Jude Law, 33, and Sienna Miller, 24, have called it quits (again). Says a Law pal: "He has dumped Miller for good. He's in L.A. now, trying to move on." Her camp didn't return calls, but on the Louisiana set of Factory Girl, the actress has been spotted seeming not at all broken-hearted in the company of costar Hayden Christensen, 24.
SUNDANCE SYNCHRONICITY Sting and his wife, Trudie Styler, made an appearance at Sundance this year, showing up Jan. 21 at BlackBerry's party for A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints, a film he executive-produced. Insider discreetly mentioned that Sting's former Police bandmates Andy Summers and Stewart Copeland just happened to be dining down the road. "I want to go see the boys," he said. "Where are they?" So we headed off to Harry O's restaurant. "You have a party and you don't f—in' invite me?" Sting shouted, settling in between a surprised Summers and Copeland (in town for Copeland's Police documentary Everybody Stares). The three shared a laugh and mugged for photos for about 15 minutes, then Sting and I caught a ride back to the Saints party. "That was cool," he said.