Lindsay Lohan and Samantha Ronson
and girlfriend Samantha Ronson
, attempting to stop into the laid-back Melrose Avenue watering hole
The Snake Pit. Alas, the couple's evening was cut short at the door. Why?
Lohan, 22, and Ronson, 31, were unable to produce ID – and the doorman
was forced to turn them away. Meanwhile, inside, Kirsten Dunst
happily hung with her friends.
, sitting in the second
row at Madonna
's Madison Square Garden concert alongside
and Michael Kors.
mogul, whose arm is in a sling, spent much of the show seated, texting away
on his iPhone. But when Madonna sang "You Must Love Me," Diddy leapt to his
feet and threw his hands – well, hand – in the air, screaming, "We
love you!" The rapper piped up again, laughing hysterically when one of
Madonna's flamenco dancers began tap dancing. And O'Donnell got some
attention, too: When Madonna
fell into the lap of one of
her dancers, she looked over her shoulder and winked at her good friend.
may stay mum about his personal life, but at
a bash celebrating New York's Bowlmor Lanes' 70th anniversary, the
Olympian's actions spoke volumes. While he bowled with a group of pals,
college friend (and petite brunette) Marina Katz
never left his
side. In fact, the pair enthusiastically exchanged kisses on the cheek and
hugs whenever they scored strikes. Phelps also sat close to his friend,
keeping his arm around her.
isn't above a good bargain. The tennis
champ ducked into L.A.'s Beverly Center, stopping at Forever 21 with a
female friend and a teenage girl. "Serena wanted to take a look at an
accessories rack across the way and made sure to check in on the young girl
who was standing in line," says a fellow shopper. Apparently, a kiosk of
bangles and earrings caught Williams' eye.
MTV's bisexual bachelorette Tila Tequila
took her party to
West Hollywood's Coco de Ville, grabbing a booth right in front of the
deejay, which she shared with Danity Kane
singer D. Woods.
Tila was in the mood to dance, though, and barely sat down all
night, getting busy to tunes like ZZ Top
's "Sharp Dressed Man."
Just hours after Misty May-Treanor
announced that an
injury was forcing her to leave Dancing with the Stars
, much of the DWTS
crew hit L.A. club Coco de Ville to celebrate ex-contestant Jeff Ross
' DVD Jeff Ross No Offense: Live from New Jersey.
While Cheryl Burke
helped Ross blow out the candles on a sheet cake
at the Dewars White Label-hosted bash, pals Dane Cook, Lance Bass
and former dancer partner Edyta Sliwinska
gathered around to
serenade the funnyman with "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow."
By K.C. BAKER, DAVID CAPLAN, MARK DAGOSTINO, MARISA
LAUDADIO, MARY MARGARET and ABBY STERN
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