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Love was a funny thing at 'I Love You, Man' premiere

No one took things very seriously at the premiere of the new male-bonding comedy, I Love You, Man. Jon Favreau and Andy Samberg, doing side-by-side interviews, professed their love for each other; Paul Rudd and Rashida Jones admired each other's biceps and then Rudd fed up with all questions regarding "bromance" asked to be fixed up with an appropriately "badass" guy, like Eddie Vedder.

Issue date: March 18, 2009

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Eva's Friends Had It Covered

Eva Longoria Parker's appearance in Allure is cause for celebration for friends including Heidi Klum and Victoria Beckham.
Issue date: November 20, 2008

Story as it appeared online: Longoria invites 'Housewives' and supermodels to dinner

Team 'Twilight' vamps it up at premiere

Let this be a warning to all teen girls: Vampire love can make you go deaf. Or lose your voice. At the world premiere of the movie Twilight, hundreds of fans, the vast majority teen girls, roared, cheered and swooned as stars of the film walked down the red carpet.
Issue date: November 18, 2008

Obama victory injects hopeful vibe into BAFTA Awards

Election fever lived on at the 17th annual BAFTA LA Brittania Awards night. Given the guest list, the evening couldn't help but be political: Sean Penn stars as slain gay politician Harvey Milk in the new film Milk from Gus Van Sant; Michael Sheen stars in the politically-charged film Frost/Nixon
Issue date: November 7, 2008

Foster leads flock of stars introducing films at AFI bash

When Jodie Foster looks back on her performance in The Silence of the Lambs, she thinks: "Wow, I was really young!"
Issue date: October 2, 2008

With Emmys over, stars swing into party mode
The Mad Men cast celebrates their Best Drama win at the ET Emmy party. "No one recognized us [without our '60s wardrobe]," star January Jones says.
Issue date: September 22, 2008

Garner's busy with babies, but also stays in the spotlight
Jennifer Garner will begin promoting two films for 2009, but right now she's concerned with only one project. "This," she says, pointing to her swollen belly.
Issue date: August 20, 2008

Hot night in Hollywood raises money for AIDS foundation
Saturday's Hot in Hollywood charity event boasted stars like Ugly Betty's America Ferrara and Ana Ortiz singing and dancing to a '60s-themed evening of song benefiting the AIDS Healthcare Foundation.
Issue date: August 17, 2008

Stars don't feel frisky at 'Vicky Cristina' premiere
Woody Allen's new film may be a sexy romp about a menage-a-trois, but none of its stars -- Javier Bardem, Penelope Cruz and Scarlett Johansson --wanted to talk romance at the premiere.
Issue date: August 5, 2008

BET Awards bring stars of the past, present onstage
Alicia Keys and the Reverend Al Green got the crowd on their feet with rousing performances at the Shrine Auditorium Tuesday night, for the BET Awards '08.
Issue date: June 24, 2008

'Great Debaters,' Franklin top NAACP Image Awards
Barack Obama didn't earn any trophies at this year's NAACP Image Awards, but he was a winner just the same. (link opens in new window)
Issue date: February 15, 2008

American Music Awards max out on minis
Skimpy dresses and lots of leg ruled the 35th annual American Music Awards at the Nokia Theatre. (link opens in new window)
Issue date: November 18, 2007

Stars of all wattage levels converge at Hot Hollywood bash
Heroes stars among those celebrating at new Hollywood hot spot Opera

Issue date: September 27, 2007
Celebs on hand for handbag auction
The PS Arts bag lunch fundraiser is a hot ticket, drawing celebs like Reese Witherspoon and Kristin Davis
Issue date: March 8, 2007

She's more of a 'Brick'-out hit
Who's hot: Nora Zehetner, who plays a high school femme fatale in the Sundance hit Brick.
Issue date: April 17, 2006

Celebrity laughter gives a lift to a worthy cause
At Comedy for a Cure, "Teri Hatcher's nothing" goes for $7,500.

Issue date: April 3, 2006

'Idol' chatter
At the EMI party held at Paramount Studios, Bonnie Raitt described Kelly Clarkson's Grammy shout out to her as "great and so unexpected." "I know there's a bunch of people who do my songs on American Idol. I've never seen them, but people tell me," Raitt said. "And Kelly Clarkson -- that song in particular just moved me so much. I think she's such a great singer. And she likes my music!," Raitt said. Idol runner-up Bo Bice also made a stop at the soiree. Of his string of recent injuries, Bice said: "I'm doing a lot better now. The only thing that would keep me from touring is a pine box and we'll even find a way around that one."
Issue date: February 9, 2006

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