By Dana Flax
Normally we'd make a crack about Katy Perry wearing a wacky flamingo shirt to a nightclub, but instead, let's discuss that baby fedora on the guy behind her. Where'd he get that, Rat Pack Baby Gap?
Tough guy Bruce Willis cautiously does the sit-and-scoot off of a platform after listening to the adult contemporary smooth jams of Paul McCartney in New York.
While shopping at a farmers market in Hawaii, Julia Roberts' son Phinnaeus chews on his thinking finger, contemplating wacky celebrity baby names.
Lady GaGa impresses fans in London by performing an impromptu re-enactment of her favorite scene from "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" Why the veil, you ask? It's to showcase her mourning over Jessica Rabbit's alleged pat-a-cake infidelity.
Justin Timberlake, clearly still bummed about being God's less favorite teen sensation, walks his dog in L.A., dreaming up ways to defy God's will. Not being number one … it's just unacceptable. You know, dawg?
Madonna shows off her collection of rare, amply tanned foreign men (including designers Dolce & Gabbana and boy toy Jesus Luz) outside a restaurant in Milan.
Drew Barrymore, currently on set in New York, gives the wardrobe gods a piercing "you must be crazy" glare for this odd '80s-meets-Botswana attempt at costume design.
Courteney Cox models her favorite virtue during an outing to Nobu in Malibu. What could "truth" mean to Courteney Cox? Perhaps that eating at upscale sushi restaurants is way more fun than hangin' out with your husband in a Plexiglas box above Manhattan. And that's no lie.
After making headlines this week for breaking up with chef boyfriend Alan Wyse, single gal Kim Cattrall prowls the streets of New York, except this time lacking the usual Carrie Bradshaw voice-over and sequins.
Jennifer Garner, not used to the distinct smell of common people, expresses her disdain for the non-celeb masses at a Whole Foods Market.
Here's Whitney Houston arriving in the Atlanta airport after revealing her new album cover in London. Is it just us, or does this seem wickedly similar to a scene from the most fantastic now-defunct show of all time, "Being Bobby Brown"? Add some "Hell to the na!" and a conversation about her bowel movements, and we're back in Bravo reality TV heaven.
Is that "Entourage" actor Kevin Connolly in a three-piece suit — or lecherous old-timey "Family Feud" host Richard Dawson? Then again, maybe we've just had way too many late-night Game Show Network viewings alongside our good friend, log of cookie dough.
Kelly Clarkson, seen here outside of the "Late Show," showcases her winning ability to take horribly unflattering paparazzi photos, yet again. Sigh.
You know, looking at Seth Green's short stature, we wouldn't necessarily peg him as a WWE's "Monday Night Raw" champion, but with tons of successful TV series and presumably a corresponding ton of money, Kenny Fisher might just win at life.
At the one-year-anniversary party of the 3.1 Phillip Lim boutique, Molly Sims looks as though she's seen a ghost — or someone who actually thinks Daisy Fuentes did a better job hosting "House of Style."
Wisea**-beyond-his-years funny guy and amateur crossing guard Jonah Hill, snapped outside of "The Late Show," wants you to take it down a notch.
While on location in New York, Jennifer Lopez performs her daily check for any new buns in the oven. Nope, none today.
Emma Roberts, pictured here filming "Valentine's Day," gets extra special enjoyment from her eerie family resemblance to famous Aunt Julia. But not during those Richard Gere make-out sessions — yucky!
Brody Jenner, seen outside of club Villa in Los Angeles, shows admirers and paparazzi what he does best. Party on, brah.
Aspiring Eskimo Pink, seen here with husband Carey Hart on a dreary day in Sydney, looks a little glum. Did someone steal her Klondike bar?
Renee Zellweger, who will soon trade that peekaboo blazer for a couple extra pounds, gives a paparazzo's camera her sultriest sunglasses-obscured gaze.
No, the very pregnant Ellen Pompeo is not drinking a beer! It's a Perrier water, people. Besides, baby or not, she would never drink something with that many calories.
While filming the new season of "90210" in Los Angeles, AnnaLynne McCord makes like the Obamas and gives a friend a little fist jab. We'd be perpetually excited, too, if our abs looked like that.
Have you heard that Forest Whitaker is filming a sequel to "The Last King of Scotland," in which crazy Ugandan political figure Idi Amin comes across the pond to get a fabulous makeover by Carson Kressley and the "Queer Eye" guys? Well, that's what we heard.
Kendra Wilkinson feels her baby kick — or maybe she's feeling that double plate of refried beans enchiladas she just ate settling in. Either way, something special is going on "down there."
Tony Romo takes a tip from "Bromance King" Bro-dy Jenner, momentarily forgetting his issues with his ex Jessica Simpson and becoming alter ego Tony Bro-mo on a very special dudes night out to the Key Club in Los Angeles.