Caught in the Act!

01/31/2008 at 06:00 AM EST

Caught in the Act!
Kate Moss
Matt Keeble / Splash News Online

Kate Moss

Kate Moss

Kate Moss, picking up her photos – wonder if she opted for one hour? – during a stop at Snappy Snaps, a camera shop in London. Next on the model's itinerary: a visit to Ronnie Wood's house.

Janet Jackson, laughing with her girlfriends at Hyde in West Hollywood. The place appears to be working for her: A source tells us she's visited three times in a two-week span. Hanging with her friends (sans boyfriend Jermaine Dupri), Jackson kept things pretty low-key, just enjoying her friends' company while staying warm inside.

• Also on the West Hollywood party scene: Jamie-Lynn Siglerand boyfriend Scott Sartiano, holding hands and chatting with another couple during their night out at Villa.

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Kate Beckinsale and Len Wiseman

London Entertainment / Splash News Online

Kate Beckinsale, shopping along Montana Avenue in Santa Monica with husband Len Wiseman. The couples stopped into Jenny Bec's toy store to escape the paparazzi outside. Once in the store, employees closed the shutters so they could browse in peace. Meanwhile, Beckinsale and her hubby left with a copy of The Dangerous Book for Boys.

Entourage star Kevin Connolly, ordering a glass of chardonnay and a Diet Coke with his fried chicken and spaghetti at Mauro's Café at Fred Segal in L.A. Several hours later, dad-to-be Gavin Rossdaleand tennis champ Roger Federer walked in for a coffee break. Both had lattes.


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