Plus: Alyssa Milano's romantic birthday dinner, Fergie & Josh and more
• Though they’re not openly acknowledging their reported romance, Chris Pine and actress Olivia Munn definitely looked “on” at The Woods in Los Angeles. The casually dressed couple held court in the back of the dimly-lit bar, and spent the evening sipping cocktails and giggling. “They looked like they were having a lot of fun,” said an onlooker. “They were really playful, and it seemed like they couldn’t stop touching each other.”
• After welcoming 2010 with a very public smooch in Las Vegas, Fergie and husband Josh Duhamel resurfaced in Miami on Sunday, where they took in the Miami Dolphins football game. Fergie donned a Dolphins jersey and stuck close to Duhamel all afternoon. “She was bubbly and charming,” said a source, adding that Duhamel “had his arm around her most of the time.” Sadly, the couple’s presence didn’t help their team – the Dolphins fell to the Pittsburgh Steelers, 30-24.
• Birthday girl Alyssa Milano and husband David Bugliari celebrated her special day in style at the Sè San Diego Hotel. Milano enjoyed some alone time at the resort’s spa, indulging in a Swedish massage. Later in the evening, the couple savored a meal at the hotel’s restaurant, Suite & Tender, where they sat cozily side-by-side. They kept their menu vegetarian, ordering roasted butternut squash soup, sautéed seasonal mushrooms and creamed spinach, but saved room for dessert, digging in to the eatery’s signature Suite & Tender cheesecake.
•Kanye West and gal pal Amber Rose joined another couple for dinner at swank French brasserie CommeÇa in West Hollywood. The two “were very friendly,” says a source, and enjoyed cocktails before tucking into dinner: the soup du jour and macaroni and cheese gratinée for him; the crab cakes and a burger with pommes frites for her.
• It was date night, Hawaiian-style, for President Barack Obama and wife Michelle, who visited Lucy’s Grill ‘n Bar, a local favorite in Kailua, Oahu, with a group of 12 during their holiday stay. Though Secret Service swarmed the restaurant, the Commander-in-Chief didn’t take himself too seriously, “dressing down” in a colorful Hawaiian shirt, according to a witness.
• By REAGAN ALEXANDER, JENNIFER GARCIA AND LINDA MARX