Lindsay Lohan's moving beyond her spray tan and legging lines, or at least trying to. The rehabbed starlet is in talks to sign on as Emanuel Ungaro's "creative consultant," but the company's head designer is threatening to leave the company if Lohan joins. And in a refreshingly healthy move, producers of LiLo's next film, The Other Side, ordered her to gain weight before filming. Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart continue boring us and titillating their tween fans: The duo was spotted getting cozy at L.A.'s Cecconi's after winning their MTV Movie Award for "Best Kiss." While Pattinson's been "obsessed" with Stewart for a while, insiders say Stewart's finally interested in Pattinson now that he's been working out.
After Mayor Bloomberg declared May 28 to be Burberry Day in New York, Penn Badgley griped about the lack of Champagne at the fashion house's party on the Palace Hotel rooftop while Blake Lively hung out with Justin Long, and Molly Sims danced barefoot, claiming she was only there "for the British boys." Pretty people like Kate Hudson, Nacho Figueras, Sean Avery, Marc Jacobs, and Matthew Modine fêted artist Terence Koh at a Vito Schnabel–Dom Perignon dinner. Tony Bennett stopped at Patsy's for some linguine marchiare en route to see Frank Sinatra Jr. at the Blue Note. Renée Zellweger and a "very handsome and distinguished gentleman" munched on maki while watching an NBA playoff game at Suki Zuki in Water Mill. Despite Nick Cannon's beef with Eminem over the rapper's lyrics involving his wife, Mariah Carey, Cannon spun his tunes while D.J.-ing at the Axe Lounge in Southampton.
A scruffier-than-ever Keanu Reeves chilled with a model at the Hotel on Rivington. Lady Gaga wants to have a foursome with the Jonas Brothers. Steven Dorff is having a fling with his publicist, Robin Baum; he helped her celebrate her birthday at the Thompson Beverly Hills, as did Orlando Bloom and Kate Bosworth. Evan Rachel Wood had a 3 a.m. make-out session with Shane West at Tao in Vegas.
At Niche Media's anniversary party in Vegas, Robin Leach said to Heather Graham's boyfriend, director Yaniv Raz, "I imagine that because she's so much better-looking than you, you must be wealthier than her." Raz's response? "No, actually, she is." In a Brangelina-like move, Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban are adopting a Vietnamese baby. And young British actress Lucy Punch is stepping into the call-girl role that Kidman dropped out of in Woody Allen's next film. John Grisham is thrilled to have Shia LaBeouf star in the big-screen version of The Associate, gushing, "He's the hottest 22-year-old actor in America." Marie Claire fashion director Nina Garcia is overseeing a slew of masthead changes as the magazine's reality show, Running in Heels, preps for a second season. David Sigal's documentary on Florent, the meatpacking district's former 24-hour French restaurant, will be previewed on Saturday, featuring cameos from Diane Von Furstenburg, Julianne Moore, and Isaac Mizrahi. Britney Spears is plotting raunchy after-parties for her U.K. tour, featuring "naked acrobats, topless burlesque babes and dancing dwarves."