Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
Cameron & Jen’s Model In Common: Cameron Diaz was spotted having dinner with Paul Sculfor, the model who briefly dated Jennifer Aniston last year, People reports. “They looked really flirty,” a source told the mag of the pair’s dinner at Santa Monica’s Il Ristorante di Giorgio Baldi on Sunday night. “She was laughing really loud at all of his jokes. It looked like a date.” Or maybe model Paul really wants to be comedian Paul?
Katie ‘Excited’ About Broadway: The lure of a live audience has Katie Holmes and close pal, Victoria Beckham, aflutter. “[Katie’s] excited,” Victoria told Us Weekly at Monday’s CFDA Awards in New York City about Katie’s upcoming Broadway debut in Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons.” “I think Katie’s incredibly talented. I’m very proud of her to be doing this play, I’m sure it’s going to be magnificent,” she added. We can’t wait to watch the Beckhams do Broadway.
Long Skirt Leona: In what could be a possible calling out of fellow Brit songstress Amy Winehouse, Lenona Lewis told Blender magazine, as reported by People, “I don’t wear little miniskirts and low cut tops,” she said in the July issue. “If you want to show your bits off, it’s up to you.” And don’t expect to see Leona throwing a few back at the pub. “I’ve tasted champagne, which is gross. And I tasted wine, which I don’t like.” A young starlet who doesn’t like the taste of wine and champagne…we’re dumbfounded.
Kristin’s Southern Style: In some news Leona Lewis should be excited about, Kristin Davis, who plays the prim and proper Charlotte on “Sex and The City,” is taking a bite out of the fashion world and a cue from “SATC” pal SJP, debuting a line of clothing with the North Carolina-based department store chain Belk Inc., E! Online reports. “The only way I would have done a line of clothing is to do it at Belk,” Davis said in a statement. “I feel like I understand what the Southern woman wants to wear—it’s influenced my personal style so much growing up in the South.”
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