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Caught in the Act!

10/20/2010 at 06:00 AM EDT

Caught in the Act!
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• When in Paris … eat at McDonald's? Selena Gomez may be making the rounds to promote her new album, but the singer-actress needed lunch, so she made a quick detour by a McDonald's in the City of Light, taking her Big Mac to go. Once fed, Gomez moved on from the upscale Passy neighborhood to her next stop: the Hermès flagship store.

• The public lovefest continues! Jessica Simpson and boyfriend Eric Johnson stepped out for a cozy dinner at The Little Owl in New York's West Village. The singer, in a low-cut leopard print top, acted "very cute and affectionate" with her beau, an onlooker says. "They were really huggy."

• Before helping sister Kim celebrate her 30th birthday early in Las Vegas, Khloe and Kourtney enjoyed a poolside nosh courtesy of chef Wolfgang Puck's Café Solaro. The ladies enjoyed their meal in a private cabana.

New dad Mario Lopez slipped into Sunda in Chicago for a very early dinner. The Extra host ordered the tuna and pork salad, as well as spicy tuna and crispy rice. He also made sure to snap pictures with his fans.



Mark Ruffalo had food on his mind during an evening at the Center for Discovery, an eco-friendly farmhouse, in Hurleyville, N.Y. The actor, who was there with his wife Sunrise, was chatting with locals and fans "like a totally normal guy," a source says.

• By MARK GRAY, LESLEY MESSER, PETER MIKELBANK and ALYSSA SHELASKY



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