People Staff
May 28, 2007 06:00 AM

Josh Hartnett and Penélope Cruz, displaying their affection on a tour of New York hot spots including Socialista, where they attended a party for rocker Sting. The pair also feted the wrap of Hartnett’s film August at the Delancey Bar before heading to the Gramercy Park Hotel, where the former flames got cozy on the couch together, according to a source.

• Engaged couple Billy Zane and his fiancée, British actress Kelly Brook, canoodling in Miami’s South Beach while enjoying the outdoors together. During their Florida trip, the couple was spotted strolling along Lincoln Road and hitting the boardwalk on bikes.

Tobey Maguire and his fiancée Jennifer Meyer, dining at West Hollywood Italian eatery Il Sole with friends. The group shared a great bottle of wine – and Maguire had the Dover sole, one of the restaurant’s signature dishes.

Rose McGowan, holding hands and snuggling with her Planet Terror director Robert Rodriguez at amfAR’s Cinema Against AIDS 2007 benefit outside of Cannes. Rodriguez kept his arm around McGowan, and the pair fanned each other (the room was hot!). While the couple was focused on each other all night, McGowan demurred when we asked about their relationship status: “We’re all here together promoting the film,” she told us. (A source close to McGowan, however, tells PEOPLE: Yep, they’re a couple.)

Noah LeBenzon and Ana Ortiz

Ugly Betty‘s Ana Ortiz, and her musician fiancé Noah Lebenzon, throwing a joint bachelor/bachelorette party in Las Vegas. The couple chartered a bus (for 30 of their closest friends) from the Beverly Hills Hotel, and once Ortiz and pals arrived at the Venetian Hotel, it was time for drinks in a poolside cabana at Tao Beach. Next up: a lavish family-style dinner and party at Tao. Ortiz, who wore a short gold lace dress, silver and gold round-toed heels, a fake veil and, of course, a sash emblazoned with “Miss Bachelorette,” danced with friends until after 1 a.m. to such hits as Jay-Z’s “Beware of the Boys” and Ice Cube’s “You Can Do It (Put Your Back Into It).”


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