Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton Avoid Each Other at Super Bowl Bash
It felt like 2005 all over again in New York City Thursday night.
Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton both partied at Bootsy Bellows at the Liquid Cellar as part of the pre-Super Bowl festivities... but both ladies kept their distance, staying at their respective tables across the way and not talking to each other even for a moment.
Lohan and Hilton have some bad blood stemming from an incident in December involving Paris's brother. Barron Hilton was assaulted at a house party in Miami during Art Basel and, according to reports, the man who hit Barron was possibly a friend of Lindsay's who was somehow carrying out orders on the actress's behalf.
"They both will pay for what they did. No one f--ks with my family and gets away with it!!" Paris wrote on Instagram following the incident.
It's no surprise then, that neither Lindsay nor Paris broke the ice on Thursday night at the Ciroq bash. Instead, they stayed far away from one another. Lindsay was there with her brother, Michael Jr., and partied the night away with pals.
Almost just as awkward as Paris and Lindsay? Mark Zuckerberg sitting at a table next to the Winklevoss twins at the same party! In case you missed it (or didn't see "The Social Network" movie), the Winklevoss twins famously sued Zuckerberg for $140 million, claiming Facebook was their idea.
Also in attendance was Hilary Duff's soon-to-be ex-husband, Mike Comrie, who held court with a few blondes and appeared to be in good spirits.
Meanwhile, Stacy Keibler debuted a new brunette 'do and was loved up with her billionaire boyfriend, Jared Pobre. Other celebs who hit Liquid Cellar: Geoff Stults, Ryan Phillippe, Aaron Paul, Zachary Levi, and Bryan Greenberg.