—Olivia Palermo and husband Johannes Huebl stunned at the Spectre screening afterparty, hosted by Champagne Bollinger, at The Lion in NYC.
—Nina Dobrev took photos with the staff at Georgetown Cupcake’s L.A. shop.
—Carole Radziwill taught Baby the Goldendoodle a few tricks at Purina’s #BetterWithPets Summit in Brooklyn.
–Pop group R5 celebrated Rocky Lynch’s 21st birthday at TAO Asian Bistro and at The Venetian Las Vegas.
—Selena Gomez caught up with Hailey Baldwin at Generosity.org’s 7th annual Night of Generosity Gala, presented by Wen by Chaz Dean, in Beverly Hills.
—Gigi Hadid wore a Flower Children Only Meow Crown in NYC.
—Kesha, Juliette Lewis, and Dave Navarro rocked out onstage at the Rhonda’s Kiss All-Star Benefit Concert for City of Hope in Hollywood.
—Matt Sorum held a showcase for Ace Harper of electro-pop band Ace Is High at Swing House Studios in L.A.
—Vincent Kartheiser wore Samuelsohn to the Saints & Strangers premiere in L.A.
—Eva Longoria joined Mario Lopez at the launch party for his new Casa Mexico Tequila, which was filmed for WE tv’s David Tutera’s CELEBrations, at Beso in L.A.
—Zendaya Coleman introduced Kerry Washington at the ACLU of Southern California’s Bill of Rights Dinner in Beverly Hills.
—Naya Rivera showed off her post-baby body in a Missguided bodysuit while running errands in L.A.
—Ethan Hawke talked about life and his brand new book, Rules for a Knight, with Redbook editor in chief Meredith Rollins at a master class at the Joseph Urban Theater inside the Hearst Tower in NYC.
—Gwyneth Paltrow discussed “The Business of Goop” at the Fast Company Innovation Festival in NYC.
—Cynthia Nixon caught up with Christopher Abbott at MoMA’s Eighth Annual Contenders at the Museum of Modern Art in NYC.
—Katie Couric skipped down the red carpet at Stand Up For Heroes, presented by the NY Comediy Festival and Bob Woodruff Foundation, at Madison Square Garden in NYC.
—Mel B ate a salad while getting her makeup done for the VH1 Big Music 2015 Awards at The Armory Foundation in NYC.
—CeeLo Green shot his new music video “Work,” available first exclusively on the StarShop App.
—Simon Legno, creative director and founder of Tokidoki, celebrated ten years of the brand’s sucess while raising funds for Children Mending Hearts at The Well in Downtown L.A.