Star Tracks - Wednesday, February 14, 2007
Following a day of filming for The Simple Life, Nicole Richie gets some welcome attention from beau Joel Madden, who picks her up for a quiet dinner at Beverly Hills restaurant La Scala on Tuesday.
Keith Urban is in good humor despite the snowy weather in Toronto on Wednesday. In town performing for Australia Week, the singer managed to carry off a little piece of home – a talking doll inspired by the Australian hit film Kenny, The Movie, about a "portaloo (read: Port-a-John) technician."
HIS FUNNY VALENTINE
Dating since last summer, Jim Carrey and Jenny McCarthy take their romance onto the red carpet at the L.A. premiere of Carrey's psychological thriller The Number 23 on Tuesday. When asked how the funny couple plan on spending their first V-Day together, Carrey told PEOPLE, "It's going to be good!"
Victoria Beckham is well suited for travel as she continues her trip across the continental United States, landing at Los Angeles International Airport on Tuesday. The missus and husband David Beckham are moving West at the end of this year when the footballer takes up residence with the L.A. Galaxy.
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A 'PHAT' PARTY
Russell Simmons still has all the right moves with estranged wife Kimora Lee Simmons as the business partners celebrate the 15th anniversary bash for their fashion lines Baby Phat and Phat Farm at Las Vegas's annual fashion trade show Magic on Tuesday.
George Clooney wears many helmets on the set of Leatherheads, filming Tuesday in South Carolina. PEOPLE's Sexiest Man both directs and acts in the 1920s-era football comedy, which also costars his former flame Renée Zellweger.
Knicks-aholic Spike Lee gets in pal Denzel Washington's face for a little friendly ribbing at Tuesday's New York Knicks-L.A. Lakers game at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Lee had good reason to celebrate: The Knicks picked up a thrilling 107-106 come-from-behind win in the last seven seconds of the game.
Still recovering from ex Jennifer Aniston's 38th b-day bash? Looking a little worse for wear, Vince Vaughn heads out to a voice recording studio in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
Wrapped in her cozy travel poncho, frequent flier Mariah Carey is ready for a comfortable takeoff from New York's JFK Airport on Tuesday.
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Looking like she's ready to enter the Matrix, Madonna bundles up after a session at her London gym on Tuesday. The previous night, the singer, who is launching a line of clothes and accessories with HampM next month, was honored with British Elle's Style Icon award for her ever-evolving image.
PORTRAITS OF A LADY
Kate Moss arrives at London's National Portrait Gallery with on-again, off-again beau Pete Doherty (not pictured) on Tuesday to unveil a series of portraits taken of her for the Face of Fashion exhibition.
New couple Haylie Duff and A.J. DiScala head out to West Hollywood restaurant Koi recently, where the pair met up with pal Ivanka Trump over grilled Japanese eggplant and spicy shrimp salad handrolls. DiScala, who celebrated 36th birthday with his new lady and pal Nick Lachey on Thursday, was once married to Sopranos star Jamie-Lynn Sigler.
With wife Keisha looking on, Forest Whitaker gets a hands-on greeting from Sharon Stone at the Berlin International Film Festival's Cinema for Peace gala on Monday. And Stone's enthusiasm wasn't only limited to scalp massages: The Bobby actress, who was the emcee at the event's charity auction, reportedly got bidding off to a rousing start by calling audience members "naughty little Germans" and making cat-call noises.
FISH OUT OF WATER
Forget fish 'n' chips! In London to present an award at Sunday's BAFTA Awards (Britain's equivalent of the Oscars), last year's award winner (for Brokeback Mountain) Jake Gyllenhaal partakes in his own English tradition – sushi dinner at Nobu – on Monday.
Joshua Jackson has a good laugh with girlfriend, German-born actress Diane Kruger, at the Cinema for Peace gala on Monday. Though Jackson was tagging along to support Kruger (whose film Goodbye Bafana premiered at the festival), he hasn't found time to sightsee. "I've mostly been seeing the inside of the hotel room," he joked to the press.
Sports buff Russell Crowe gets in gear for a serious ride in Woolloomooloo, Australia, on Tuesday.