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Originally posted 09/10/2012 06:00AM
Gonna dress you up in ... my poncho?
Mila Kunis braved a rainy New York City night to see Madonna live in concert at Yankee Stadium.
The actress – who sat front row – took her seat around 10:20 p.m., just moments before the "Material Girl" took the stage. Beau Ashton Kutcher was nowhere to be seen but Kunis spent her evening chatting with two male friends and happily posing for photos with fans.
"She wore a rain poncho just like the rest of the crowd," an onlooker tells PEOPLE.
Originally posted 02/10/2012 05:55AM
It was date night for Joanna Garcia and her New York Yankee hubby Nick Swisher at Beacher's Madhouse in L.A. The couple had a front row table, which they shared with close friend Jamie-Lynn Sigler. They were in good moods, sipping cocktails and enjoying the burlesque show. Garcia especially seemed to love when drag queen Vicky Vox gave a male audience member a lap dance to Rihanna's hit "S&M."
Otherwise, Garcia and Swisher mingled with friends, got into the music and even shared an affectionate moment with Swisher giving his wife kisses on the cheek. Says an onlooker: "They both seemed incredibly happy and in love."
Originally posted 10/21/2010 12:15PM
Take her out to the ballgame!
With the New York Yankees just two wins away from the World Series, Minka Kelly was cheering loudly at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx on Wednesday as her longtime beau Derek Jeter and his team bested the Texas Rangers, 7-2.
The couple have long been the subject of engagement rumors, though they've never confirmed that they plan to wed. In January, the New York Post reported that the baseball player and Kelly, 30, were set to tie the knot on November 5, only days after the World Series is scheduled to conclude.
Originally posted 07/13/2010 10:15AM
George Steinbrenner, whose New York Yankees won 11 American League pennants and seven world championships under his frequently controversial ownership, died of a massive heart attack Tuesday morning in Tampa, Florida. He had turned 80 on the 4th of July, but has been in failing health the past few years after suffering a series of strokes.
Called "The Boss," the imposing figure was that and more – bullying (especially his managers and general managers), bombastic but, like the team he and 15 limited partners bought for $8.8 million from CBS in 1973, generally victorious. He even entered the pop-cultural landscape, being portrayed on Seinfeld as George Costanza's boss ... though he was never seen, only heard (with Larry David providing the voiceover).
His style didn't only rub managers the wrong way. As New York's Daily News notes in its lengthy obituary Tuesday morning, Steinbrenner also ticked off his players, including such stars as Reggie Jackson, Lou Piniella, Goose Gossage, Graig Nettles and Sparky Lyle, though the feuds would end – eventually.
That wasn't the case, however, with Yogi Berra, fired by The Boss only 16 games into the '85 season. Steinbrenner finally issued a public apology to the icon, though not until 1999. In a statement on Tuesday, Berra said, "George and I had our differences, but who didn't? We became great friends over the last decade and I will miss him very much."
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