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Also in New York: Janet Jackson feted boyfriend Jermaine Dupri's 36th birthday at Tenjune after a day of "kicking it." "I just like the fact that everybody out here is ready to go in there and have a good time," Dupri told us before heading into his bash. "It's getting ready to go down inside." Jackson stayed by her birthday guy's side, celebrating with guests including Ne-Yo, Ice-T and his wife Coco, and DJ Cassidy, who spun tunes. Also there: Dupri's dad, music executive Michael Mauldin, who sported a Barack Obama pin. Meanwhile, Qunicy Jones's "head of security" stopped by to check out the scene, but decided not to come into the party.
Owen Wilson, drinking bottled water and mingling with the ladies at the bar in Vancouver's Opus Hotel. The actor is in Canada filming Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian, and was having a raucous good time during his night out. "He was sweet and charming to everyone," an onlooker says, "smiling, laughing and joking with guests and friends."
Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens, checking out The Dark Knight on IMAX at L.A.'s CityWalk AMC cinemas.
A very casual Brittany Snow, arriving solo to the Kate Somerville skin clinic in Los Angeles for a facial. She may have arrived a bit early, but the Hairspray actress waited patiently, sipping water on a couch before her appointment.
Former Bachelor Matt Grant, sharing some beers and chatting with friends at Social in Hollywood. The reality star wasn't just there for the company, either: He auctioned himself off on a date (now that he's single) during a benefit for Marley Jaye Cherella Memorial Fund, a charity dedicated to SIDS research.
By JENNIFER GARCIA, TIFFANY HOPKINS, LISA INGRASSIA, CHRISTINE KILPATRICK and LESLEY MESSER
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