Renée Zellweger Won't Kiss and Tell
New York hotspot Butter's "Parkay" party was the place to be Monday night: The star troika of P. Diddy, Jay-Z and Usher rolled in together at 1:20 a.m. Usher, with the help of a security guard, cut the line at the bathroom before the crew left the club after only half an hour. Also at Butter that night: Mena Suvari and Scott Caan, in town filming Nailed Right In, a new film by Emmy-winning Sopranos writer Terence Winter; and magician David Blaine, who held court at a jam-packed table.
Rod Stewart has still got it – and he's not afraid to show it. At one point during this week's "Rod Stewart Live from the Apollo" concert (supporting his new album Stardust ... The Great American Songbook, Vol. III and broadcast live on AOL), he turned his back to the audience, unzipped his pants, undid his belt buckle and tucked in his white shirt. "I tried to get off the stage and change outfits, but I wasn't able to tuck my shirt in," he told the audience, who roared with approval at his antics. After singing some of his standbys like "Maggie Mae," he told the audience to sit down for the portion of the show in which he sang old favorites like "Blue Moon." "Get seated," he told the audience. "Don't fall asleep!" Stewart later invited a flock of female fans to join him onstage for his finale – to the chagrin of bodyguards who tried unsuccessfully to keep them from putting their hands all over the rocker.
Caught in the Act
Ben Stiller and actress wife Christine Taylor, cheering on the Yankees at the Knickerbocker Bar and Grill in Manhattan. The five-hour game went on until the wee hours of the morning, but the dedicated fans hung in there until the bitter end, when the Yanks lost to the Boston Red Sox in game four of the ALCS.
By AMY LONGSDORF, MARK DAGOSTINO, KC BAKER and KIMBERLY LANSING