Star Tracks - Thursday, February 8, 2007
PASSION FOR FASHION
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen turn out in New York to support Los Angeles-based designer friend Jenni Kayne at her Fashion Week show on Wednesday.
GOOD THINGS, SMALL BOX
Winding down a two-hour concert at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday, Justin Timberlake takes the stage in costume to reprise his SNL song "D--- in a Box" with special guest Andy Samberg. "I'm sorry if I offended some of you, but I could not resist," Timberlake told the enthusiastic crowd after the performance.
STAYING ON TRACK
While her ex Timberlake performed in front of a sold-out crowd in New York, Cameron Diaz stays on the path of fitness after a workout in Beverly Hills on Wednesday.
ON THE A-LIST
Gwyneth Paltrow gets ready to rock her body at Timberlake's Madison Square Garden concert on Wednesday, where she joined Hilary Duff, Michelle Williams and The Donald in the star-studded crowd.
DRINKING IT IN
Jay-Z lends an ear to pal Sean Combs at a party to unveil the Rocawear founder's new Cherry Coke can design on Wednesday. New daddy Diddy had quite a busy night: Earlier, he attended the Timberlake concert at Madison Square Garden.
LETS GO FOR A RIDE
Sandra Bullock happily lends support to her Two Weeks Notice costar Hugh Grant at the Los Angeles premiere of his new film Music and Lyrics on Wednesday. In the romantic comedy, Grant plays a washed up '80s pop star hoping to revive his career by writing a hit song for a Britney-esque teen idol.
SHOWING HER SPOTS
Back from her short vacation in Nice with husband David, Victoria Beckham walks on the wild side as she heads to dinner at London's Nobu restaurant on Wednesday.
TIME OF THEIR LIVES
Teri Hatcher, who recently denied plastic surgery and Botox rumors, proves that age is nothing but a number as she enjoys a lunch date with a distinguished older gentleman – former President George Bush – at the Los Angeles Country Club of Beverly Hills on Wednesday. Bush Sr. was in Los Angeles to accept the Ronald Reagan Freedom Award.
WALK, DO NOT RUN
Going dark with the rest of Hollywood, a brown-haired Owen Wilson looks before he crosses a busy New York City street with costar Jason Schwartzman while filming their movie The Darjeeling Limited on Tuesday.
A STAND UP 'GUY'
Madonna gets some support from her hubby Guy Richie after a late-night dinner at London eatery Scott's on Wednesday.
SEE NO EVIL
Don't fear for a sickly-looking Jessica Alba: her drop-dead appearance is all part of an act as she heads to the Albuquerque, New Mexico, set of The Eye on Tuesday. In the horror flick, Alba plays a woman who receives an eye transplant, which allows her to start seeing ghosts.
Taking a cue from the animal kingdom, Gnarls Barkley member Cee-Lo Green bundles up in head-to-toe fuzz before heading out into New York's frigid temperatures on Monday. The musician and his counterpart Danger Mouse were in town to premiere their new video, "Smiley Faces," on MTV's TRL.
SHOW AND TELL
Busy man Nick Cannon, who made the rounds at the Super Bowl earlier in the week, takes a moment to sit down and show off his swag bag at the Heatherette fall 2007 fashion show in New York on Tuesday.