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The Radiohead show – the second of a two-night stand – drew plenty of celebrity fans: Mary-Kate Olsen was spotted, and Foo Fighters singer Dave Grohl stuck around for an afterparty at the outdoor venue. At the bash, Grohl drank a beer, posed for pictures with fans and cracked everybody up. Keanu Reeves took in the show as well. And the night before, newlyweds Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi were among the stars rocking out to the British band.
Renée Zellweger, leaving a generous tip following her burger lunch with a male friend at the Indian Wells Tavern in Amagansett, N.Y. Zellweger also has been shopping while spending time in the Hamptons: She stopped by Intermix and picked up a jersey dress designed by Stella McCartney.
Back from his appearance at the Olympics closing ceremonies, David Beckham headed out for the night with some guy friends at Villa in Los Angeles. It might have been karaoke night, but the soccer stud didn't sing – or even move to the music. He seemed much more interested in a quiet night with his buddies.
Nikki Sixx and girlfriend Kat Von D are still going strong. The couple shared an early dinner at Pinched Tacos, a new restaurant on L.A.'s Sunset Strip. The two sat on the patio and "seemed to get along so well," a fellow diner says.
Tiger Woods, working up a sweat at Equinox in New York. The golf star sported a knee brace – but worked out steadily on the elliptical. He left the gym in a hat and sunglasses – and looking very sweaty!
Venice Film Festival, here she comes! Burn After Reading star Tilda Swinton, enjoying a sandwich from EAT Café while waiting for her flight from London to Venice.
By JENNIFER GARCIA, MARISA LAUDADIO, LINDA MARX, COURTNEY RUBIN, JEFFREY SLONIM and CHARLOTTE TRIGGS
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