By Melissa Hunter
Uh-oh, Jennifer Aniston has that sad-crazy-eyed look again. Jen, it's not healthy for you to be reading magazines. Sure, it may be The New Yorker or The Economist, but it still probably has a story about how you can't keep a boyfriend.
Hugh Jackman served as a judge for a charity boxing competition in Harlem. Since he was out of the safety of the Upper East Side, he decided to pack some guns for the occasion.
The Kardashian sisters attended the Maxim Hot 100 party. While Kim was the only one on the list, the other two showed up for, you know, moral support.
At the "Terminator Salvation" premiere, Christian Bale wants you all to know he's a good guy. I mean, would a crazed, angry guy give a thumbs-up? I think not.
Fiiming a new movie in LA, Natalie Portman takes a break on a tarp in a parking lot. These actors with all their perks. Sheesh.
At yet another pretty-people party, Eva Longoria poses on the red carpet for the People En Espanol "50 Most Beautiful" gala. She was so excited that she even color coordinated with the sponsor logos.
Amid red-carpet hysteria, Nick Jonas snaps a picture with one of his fans. Be careful balancing there, Nick. Falling into the crowd would cause the biggest tween stampede the world has ever seen.
Kiefer Sutherland poses at the "24" Season Seven Finale screening party. Don't worry, no sassy designers are within alleged head-butting range.
Lindsay Lohan shows up at Hollywood club Bardot at 1a.m. She may look a little out of it, but give her a break, guys. She just woke up from her daily nap in a coffin.
Amy Adams leaves an event in Washington, D.C. with her standard half-dozen police escorts. Understandable, though. Walking down steps in those heels looks like a pretty treacherous feat.
Owen Wilson poses at the premiere of what we can only assume is the new "Night at the Museum" movie.
To kick off the AIDS Walk weekend, Hilary Duff turns the red lights on at the Empire State Building. Her swift lever pull was impressive. It took her months of weight-training to prepare.
At the T-Mobile Sidekick party, Anna Faris gets cheeky on the red carpet (zing!).
Ben Stiller visits an early childhood development center where Save the Children prepares young children for primary school. Ben wrote "Rewrite the Future" on the chalkboard, then the children started writing "Rewrite the Future" on it as well. Stiller has graciously decided not to pursue a copyright infringement lawsuit.
Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt at the Maxim Hot 100 party, posing with some Dr. Peppers. Come on, Dr. Pepper, how about a sponsorship deal? No go? Okay, how about Sprite? Umm, Mountain Dew? … Tab? C'mon guys, they're willing to be paid in cases of soda and publicity.
Hey little Francesca, settle down. When your father Jason Bateman gives you a piggyback ride, it's no laughing matter.
At the premiere of "Terminator Salvation," Rose McGowan brims with excitement over her involvement with the movie. Well, she was actually just a voice-over in the video game, but she's excited by proxy.
Eight weeks after heart surgery, Robin Williams pays a visit to David Letterman, showing off his brand new heart. Big ups to the American health care system.
Whoopi Goldberg and Benjamin Bratt pose together at the A&E Upfront party. I sense a romance rumor a-brewin'.
At the "Terminator Salvation" premiere, Eric Dane gives us a glimpse of his smug overconfidence that got him to where he is today.
At the "Today" show, Jennifer Hudson performs … the pledge of allegiance?
Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo pose at the Maxim Hot 100 party. While Vanessa's name was somehow omitted by Maxim, she and Nick should have made the "2006 Hot Couple" list, the "2009 Luke-Warm Couple" list, and the "2012 Who Are They Again?" list.
Bryce Dallas Howard poses at the "Terminator Salvation" premiere, in a dress we can only hope was chosen to go with the robot theme. Otherwise there's really no way to explain the motivation behind the psychedelic, sparkly, cowel-neck number.
Brittny Gastineau tests out some travel nail polish the "On the Go" beauty presented by Gavert Atelier and Mistura Beauty. Sweet, now I can safely paint my nails while driving on the freeway.