Chris Brown tried to talk to Rihanna at game four of the NBA finals on Thursday, and even played nice with all of her friends, but she was too busy trying to flirt with Rashard Lewis. Sienna Miller tells Vogue, "I've actually never been taken on a date in my whole life," which explains a lot. Megan Fox showed some (actually, a lot) of leg at the Berlin premiere of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. She also dumped Brian Austin Green and has a thing for "this Korean Justin Timberlake named Rain." And turns out "Mac Guy" Justin Long uses a "crappy old Motorola." And Lydia Hearst, Chloë Sevigny, and Jason Behr showed up at the after-party for The Last International Playboy, where Salman Rushdie's girlfriend towered over him. Says a "Page Six" source: "She had heels on, so he only came up to her breasts … With her low-cut dress and his bald head, when he's dancing with her he looks like her third boob." Classy.
As if they haven't saved enough babies, Brangelina just donated $1 million to a hospital in Brad's Missouri hometown. Pitt also snagged a Neo Rauch painting for $953,000 at the Art Basel convention in Switzerland. Ralph Lauren, Henry Kissinger, Barry Diller, and Jay McInerney had mini-hamburgers, rabbit sausage, and sushi at The Four Seasons' 50th Anniversary party. Andrew Cuomo's ex-wife says he's not running for governor next year. As a teaser for his next documentary, Michael Moore asked moviegoers expecting to see The Hangover at Lincoln Center Friday night to donate money to Citibank, Bank of America, AIG, Goldman Sachs, and JPMorgan, then sent ushers down the aisles wearing "Save Our CEOs" T-shirts asking for money. While emceeing the Women in Film Crystal and Lucy Awards, Chelsea Handler elegantly joked, "The best thing about being here celebrating the excellence of women in film is that we won't run into Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan. So suck on that!"
Jeremy Piven had a mercury-free omelette at the Smith. Jake Gyllenhaal and Reese Witherspoon sipped cappuccinos at Fika in midtown while Kate Hudson gossiped with girlfriends at Salt. Sarah Silverman, whose autobiographical essays are coming out next April, is heading to Michael's for lunch with some HarperCollins execs tomorrow. Jill Zarin and Ramona Singer deftly avoided each other at a birthday luncheon at Chat Noir. Bruce Willis's daughter, Tallulah, is interning at Harper's Bazaar for a few weeks. But she's 15, unpaid, and not receiving school credit, meaning the magazine is technically violating child-labor laws.
Colin Farrell is demanding more bodyguards while filming London Boulevard, claiming the British paparazzi just can't get enough of him. According to a leaked memo, William Morris agents "make a whole helluva lot more money" than the actors they represent. Tweeting TMI: John Mayer shares his friend's Saturday-night stomach-pumping with all his lucky Twitter subscribers. Usher filed for divorce from his wife of just under two years.