Socialite designer Tory Burch is now dating Warner Music Group chief Lyor Cohen. Leven Rambin may or may not have hooked up with Shia LaBeouf at the SNL after-party he hosted. Newsweek staffers are annoyed that so many famous people attend the Time 100 gala. Beyoncé is maybe pregnant. Scarlett Johansson sang "Happy Birthday" to a friend at Indochine. Bruce Willis and Whoopi Goldberg chatted at Lure Fishbar.
Frank Sinatra's estranged wife, Barbara Marx Sinatra, wasn't invited to the U.S. Postal Service's unveiling of a Sinatra stamp, though it's unclear who snubbed her. John Mayer and Jennifer Aniston stayed together at the Mandarin Hotel in Miami. David Lauren, who supposedly wasn't invited to Jenna Bush's wedding because he hasn't yet asked for girlfriend Lauren Bush's hand in marriage, got some girl's phone number at his sister's birthday party at a Greenwich, Connecticut, eatery. In his autobiography William Shatner talks about all the women he slept with who had Captain Kirk sexual fantasies. Oliver Stone found foreign investors for his upcoming Bush biopic because he didn't want his vision compromised by "chickenshit" American studios. (Cindy Adams says she has a copy of the script, and all the dialogue is "within the realm of repeated rumor.") Bee Shaffer is studying abroad in London but is eventually coming back to Columbia for her senior year. Assorted literary agents and writers are working on both a documentary and a biography about dead D.C. madam Deborah Jeane Palfrey.