updated 04/14/2008 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 04/14/2008 AT 01:00 AM EDT
L.A., March 31: Villa's Monday Karaoke Night was Rocking. Kid hit the stage for an impromptu three-song set (including "Sweet Home Alabama") and then burst into a freestyle rap. He spotted David Beckham in the crowd and rapped about the soccer stud who was out with the guys. Becks "laughed and clapped; he thought it was funny," says one onlooker. Nim Island's Gerard Butler got the nerve up to hit the stage and crooned as well. Villa roared until closing at 2 a.m.
Leo DiCaprio and his on-again girlfriend, model Bar Refaeli, are hot and heavy if their order at Max Brenner cafe in the East Village is any indication: She drank regular hot cocoa, and he had a "heavy," made with vanilla cream.
Fergie's 33rd b-day bash in Las Vegas March 27 was a production. The singer, along with reveler Quentin Tarantino (who turned 45) and 100 pals took in Cirque du Soleil's Love, then enjoyed a private dinner at Bare at the Mirage before the big party with fiancé Josh Duhamel at Revolution—where members of Cirque performed a 10-minute set to Fergie's music. Says the duchess: "We wanted to do something fun and crazy." Two nights later at Teddy's at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in L.A., Lake Bell celebrated her 29th with America Ferrera and What Happens in Vegas costar Cameron Diaz.