Bill Clinton celebrated his 65th birthday in style on Saturday! Some of music’s biggest stars turned out for the three day celebration which also was a fundraiser for his foundation. Headlining the “Decade of Difference” concert at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles was Kenny Chesney, Bono, Usher and Lady Gaga. On Friday, celebs including Fergie and Josh Duhamel, Sofia Vergara, Jane Fonda, Geena Davis, Jessica Alba, Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy, turned out for the $6,500 a seat birthday dinner in honor of Clinton.
Lady Gaga performed at the Hollywood Bowl for the Clinton Foundation’s 10th Anniversary Concert on Saturday. And she dropped an F-bomb in front of Bill Clinton. After she took the stage, Gaga was sitting at the piano and said, quote, “If someone had told me so many years ago that I’d be doing that right in front of you, I just would not believe. I would have given a good American [eff] you.”
The concert also doubled as Bill Clinton’s 65th birthday party. And he joked that he’s the only president to ever have a party attended by Lady Gaga and the Secretary of State . . . Hillary.
Casey Anthony’s attorney, Jose Baez, had dinner with Barbara Walters Sunday night. She was clearly trying to butter him up for an interview with his infamous client … but when Jose went in for the hug, Barbara blanched. Baez, his wife, Walters and Frank Langella (they had just gone to see his play) all dined at Orso in Manhattan for Jose’s birthday. TMZ photog tried getting details about a possible asking price for the interview — but no one was talking. According to sources, Casey isn’t ready to tell her tale just yet. Clearly BW wants dibs. When everyone says their goodbyes, and Jose goes to hug Barbara … she shoos him away, saying, “No, no, no. Don’t do it.” Clearly she didn’t want TMZ getting the “money shot.”
Lindsey Lohan will be back in court on Wednesday to face a judge who could, if she wants to, toss the actress back in jail for up to a year and a half. Judge Stephanie Sautner will have a lot of questions, including why Lindsay was a no-show 9 times at the Downtown Women’s Center, where she was performing her community service and why Lindsay didn’t stay the full four hours during the days when she did show up. She’ll ask why she had to be transferred to do her community service to the American Red Cross and why she hasn’t kept up with her psychiatric appointments every Monday.
Michaele Salahi must be doing something right — because her cuckolding rock star boyfriend Neal Schon just dropped more than $10,000 on lingerie … during a Beverly Hills shopping spree this week. According to our sources, the shopping spree came about after Michaele’s estranged husband Tareq sold off all her underwear and bras at auction earlier this month. Neal and Michaele hit up La Perla on Tuesday — a ridiculously expensive lingerie boutique on Rodeo Drive. We’re told the Journey guitarist hemorrhaged a massive $10,496.55 … buying her 42 bras and 38 panties in a wide assortment of colors.
Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lopez are not a couple just yet, but they are definitely “casually dating.” The two were spotted together, again, in New York City over the weekend in a car together.
Former “Beverly Hills 90210″ and “Charmed” star Shannen Doherty married boyfriend Kurt Iswarienko on Saturday in Malibu, California. The wedding was taped as part of Doherty’s upcoming WEtv reality show, “Shannen Says,” which is set to premiere in 2012. The couple have been dating since 2009. The actress has been previously married to Ashley Hamilton and Rick Salomon.
Yesterday morning on CBS, Coldplay singer Chris Martin said the only serious relationship he’s ever had is his marriage to Gwyneth Paltrow. He compared it to “winning the lottery.”
Not everybody cut loose, footloose, this weekend, leaving a virtual tie at the box office between the Footloose remake and a Disney film about boxing robots.
TOP OF THE BOX
1. “Real Steel” $16.3 million
2. “Footloose” $16.1 million
3. “The Thing” $8.7 million
4. “The Ides of March” $7.3 million
5. “Dolphin Tale” $6.3 million
6. “Moneyball” $5.5 million
7. “50/50″ $4.3 million
8. “Courageous” $3.4 million
9. “The Big Year” $3.3 million.
10. “The Lion King 3-D” $2.7 million
Fox has finalized plans for the first of four “America’s Most Wanted” specials to air over the coming television season. The two-hour “50 Fugitives, 50 States” is set for Saturday, October 29th and will take host John Walsh to Montana in hopes of finding a former militia leader who eluded law enforcement after a dramatic car chase and shootout. The regular series, which has been partially credited in the capture of more than 1,100 fugitives in the U.S. and 30 countries, will resume airing original episodes on Lifetime later in the year.
Actress, Nikki Reed and former “American Idol” contestant, Paul McDonald, tied the knot Sunday at a private ceremony in Malibu. Fellow tenth season Idol alum Stefano Langone performed at their wedding. “Spy Kids” star Alexa Vega served as maid of honor. The couple met when the “American Idol” finalists were taken to the premiere of “Red Riding Hood”. Reed approached McDonald on the red carpet and gushed about how amazing he was. They started corresponding while he was on “Idol” and then once he was booted, he moved to Los Angeles to live with her.
“Cake Boss” star Buddy Valastro and his wife Lisa celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary by holding a second wedding on Saturday. Their four children, Sofia, 8, Buddy Jr., 6, Marco, 4, and Carlo, 8 months, were present for the ceremony, which took place on a Disney cruise in the tropics and was filmed for Valastro’s TLC series “Cake Boss”.
Spike TV held its annual Scream Awards, honoring the best of horror, fantasy and sci-fi at the Universal Studios backlot in Los Angeles on Saturday. The Scream Awards are set to air Tuesday evening on Spike TV.
Here are the winners:
THE ULTIMATE SCREAM: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows:Part 2
BEST SCIENCE FICTION MOVIE: Super 8
BEST FANTASY MOVIE: X-Men: First Class
BEST HORROR MOVIE: Let Me In
BEST THRILLER: Limitless
BEST TV SHOW: Game of Thrones
BEST DIRECTOR: Darren Aronofsky, Black Swan
BEST SCREAM-PLAY Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
BEST FANTASY ACTRESS: Natalie Portman, Black Swan
BEST FANTASY ACTOR: Daniel Radcliffe, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
BEST SCIENCE FICTION ACTRESS: Milla Jovovich, Resident Evil: Afterlife
BEST SCIENCE FICTION ACTOR: Matt Smith, Doctor Who
BEST HORROR ACTRESS: Chloe Grace Moretz, Let Me In
BEST FANTASY ACTOR: Alexander Skarsgård, True Blood
BEST VILLAIN Ralph Fiennes, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
BEST SUPERHERO: Chris Evans, Captain America
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Mila Kunis, Black Swan
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: Peter Dinklage, Game of Thrones
BEST BREAKOUT PERFORMANCE - FEMALE : Emilia Clarke, Game of Thrones
BEST BREAKOUT PERFORMANCE - MALE: Joe Manganiello, True Blood
BEST CAMEO: Hugh Jackman, X-Men: First Class
BEST ENSEMBLE: True Blood
MOST MEMORABLE MUTILATION: Scalped by Motorboat, Piranha 3D
FIGHT SCENE OF THE YEAR: Final battle, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
HOLY SH!T SCENE OF THE YEAR: The Room of Requirement Fiendfire, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
BEST INDEPENDENT MOVIE: Monsters?Rubber
BEST 3D MOVIE: Transformers: Dark of the Moon
BEST F/X: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
BEST COMIC BOOK OR GRAPHIC NOVEL: The Walking Dead
BEST COMIC BOOK WRITER: Ed Brubaker
BEST COMIC BOOK ARTIST: John Romita Jr.
BEST COMIC BOOK MOVIE WINNER: Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
“Star Trek” hottie, Zachary Quinto “came out” publicly over the weekend. He mentioned he was gay several times during an interview with New York Magazine. Quinto says he was especially moved by the death of Jamey Rodemeyer, a gay bullied teen who took his own life. Writing on his website, Quinto said, “when i found out that jamey rodemeyer killed himself - i felt deeply troubled. but when i found out that jamey rodemeyer had made an it gets better video only months before taking his own life - i felt indescribable despair. i also made an it gets better video last year - in the wake of the senseless and tragic gay teen suicides that were sweeping the nation at the time. but in light of jamey’s death - it became clear to me in an instant that living a gay life without publicly acknowledging it - is simply not enough to make any significant contribution to the immense work that lies ahead on the road to complete equality.”