In the latest issue of GQ, Paul Rudd learns the dangers of knitting too close to a pack of precious poodle puppies.
At the "Grey Gardens" premiere, Drew Barrymore goes old Hollywood and basks in the light of the flashing cameras. Warmer than sunshine and classier than spray-on tans!
Whoops, Elle Macpherson didn't ask the bike rental clerk for a supermodel-sized bike!
At the "17 Again" premiere in Los Angeles, Zac Efron, Leslie Mann and Matthew Perry efficiently cover their bases by each looking into different cameras.
Seth Green, if you're trying to look younger for the "17 Again" premiere, just FYI: the kids aren't exactly doing the whole 'blue mohawk' thing anymore. Actually, they never were.
Paris Hilton and Doug Reinhardt went to dinner in London. It was a low-key restaurant, so she chose a more casual diamond-encrusted tiara.
Hugh Jackman takes his "Wolverine"-promoting duties a little too seriously as he rappels down the side of The Sun newspaper building in London. It was quite an entrance.
At the "17 Again" premiere, the Jonas Brothers show everyone what it's like to be 17 forever (their management team found them a potion to keep them that way).
Heidi Klum takes her adorable kids out to lunch even though they're in their 'Let's throw tantrums in front of the camera' phase. Must be a fun game for her.
Decked out in pink hair, leather gloves, and duct-taped nipples, the ever-demure Lady GaGa always stops whatever she's doing for a nice traditional afternoon tea.
Eric Bana takes a picture of himself with a fan at the "Star Trek" premiere. Though it was taking him a dozen tries to get them both in the picture, so the fan finally just told him to forget it.
In celebration of the Spring Dinner Dance in New York, Diane Kruger came festively dressed as a petunia.
Wilmer Valderrama has a photo op with a cartoon construction worker at a New York Earth School event. He then made a snide remark about the mascot's momma and things got a little ugly.
Lauren Conrad got photographed to death while shopping in New York. Whitney Port was not pleased that there was a second blonde-shopaholic-soft-scripted-reality-star in the vicinity.
Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber prove the saying: The celebrity couple that runs together, gets photographed together.
Aww, Reese Witherspoon looks just like we did when our moms made us go to Little League.
At the Loomstate for Target launch party, Adrian Grenier shows up entourage-less. He looks so naked without Turtle.
At the Berlin "Star Trek" premiere, Chris Pine shows Zoe Saldana which way to look for the cameras. Come on, Zoe, keep up.
Lindsay Lohan goes out for a little retail therapy. Lindsay, you don't need to try that shirt on, just take a look at the mannequin behind you. It fits her uncomfortably thin body well, so it should be perfect.
Josh Hartnett looking healthy (and by healthy, we mean sexy) in New York. He must have been drinking some First World water that night.
Dita Von Teese browses through the racks at the Loomstate for Target launch. We really never thought it would be possible to get Dita into a Target.
Katy Perry got kind of tired mid-performance in Atlanta and just had the audience sing for her.
George Harrison's family and Paul McCartney pay tribute to the late Beatle at the Hollywood Walk of Fame star dedication. However, this touching moment was rudely interrupted by Sir Paul's shoes.
Smiley Rachel McAdams seen holding a notebook in New York. She just carries one around in public to make ex-boyfriend Ryan Gosling even more nostalgic.
At the "Star Trek" premiere, Simon Pegg, who plays Scotty, flashes the Vulcan greeting flawlessly. Gosh, no wonder they cast him!
Alyssa Milano promotes her new fashion line "TOUCH" at the NBA Store in New York. Apparently the sex kitten thing isn't working out for her, so she's rebranding into a sports-loving tomboy.