Despite her recent breakup with John Mayer, Jennifer Aniston was giggly at the David Lynch Foundation’s Paul McCartney concert on Saturday. The event, incidentally, raised over $3 million to teach children transcendental meditation. Bai Ling wants everyone to know that she never slept with Mickey Rourke. Lindsay Lohan Twitter-ranted about ex Samantha Ronson’s cheating and drug use. Meanwhile, Jimmy Fallon tweeted about a bad experience at East Village pizza joint Posto. J.D. Salinger favors the spinach-and-mushroom wraps at a café near his home in New Hampshire.
50 Cent and Ciara shared a penthouse suite at the AKA Times Square Hotel & Residences the other night. The Blue Man Group dumped trash on Billy Crudup after the Watchmen star sang Sesame Street’s “I Love Trash” at the Blue School Benefit. Denis Leary touched on some sensitive topics during his Radio City stand-up routine. Regarding Natasha Richardson’s tragic death: “It’s a shame that Bernie Madoff can’t hit the slopes more.”
Chris Brown is the subject of the Smoke Jumpers' latest hit, “My Flow So Tight,” dubbed “the official Chris Brown dis record.” A portion of the album's proceeds will supposedly benefit charities for battered women, though no specific ones have been named. Jay-Z caught up on PlayStation time at his Rocawear pop-up shop on Gansevoort Street. Donny Deutsch made out with his new girlfriend at Philippe. And Philippe’s owner, Stratis Morfogen, is opening a new location in East Hampton.
John Stamos will star in Roundabout Theatre’s Bye Bye Birdie revival. Woody Allen and Soon-Yi watched James Gandolfini in God of Carnage. Gary Coleman says that his new movie, Midgets vs. Mascots, which premieres at the Tribeca Film Festival, is “worse than any film school project.” Some Harvard Business School kids did a case study on Marquee, noting that the club made just $2.4 million in profits in 2007. Their “secret” to a profitable club scene? “Be selective about whom you let past the velvet rope, limiting the ‘filler’ in favor of the hip, with just enough bankers to make a profit but not to make the crowd too square.” Thanks for the breakthrough, guys. And despite rumors that Chris Noth won’t agree to be in the Sex and the City sequel until he’s offered more money, he say he’s already onboard. Thank God, because we would just die if she ended up with Aidan.