If It Were 1999, We’d Be Really Jealous of Cameron Diaz Right Now

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Oh, who are we kidding? We're still jealous. Photo: Wire Image

Leonardo DiCaprio is busy putting together a Twilight Zone movie, though he has a hard act to follow: Steven Spielberg and John Landis already made Twilight Zone: The Movie in 1983. And since DiCaprio's breakup with Bar Refaeli, he's been taking Cameron Diaz out on "secret dates" around London, bringing her back to his Knightsbridge apartment several times. Diaz, however, has also been hanging out with "good friend" Jude Law, whom the Brits call a "top shagger." Apparently no one ever taught Lindsay Lohan how to play hard-to-get. She showed up at Samantha Ronson's Hollywood pad at 6 a.m. Monday morning, right after Samantha got home from a late night out with Sopranos actress Drea De Matteo. Ronson kicked LiLo out and threw her clothes into the street. Lady Gaga went on a German TV show wearing a coat made of furry Kermit the Frogs.

One birthday party we wouldn't mind attending? Chace Crawford's. He chartered three private planes to fly in his Dallas pals for the weekend, celebrating his 24th by barbecuing, kayaking, and speedboating with Leighton Meester. Blake Lively filmed a Gossip Girl scene outside Soho's Kid Robot. A pregnant Adriana Lima ate alfresco at Los Dados. Madonna is planning a collaboration with photographer Marilyn Minter, who's known for her erotically charged work. Jon Gosselin helped Hailey Glassman, his 22-year-old fling, move into her New York apartment so that she could be closer to him.

Jennifer Love Hewitt and Jamie Kennedy got engaged in the middle of Kennedy's show at the Laugh Factory, after an audience member yelled out "marry her!" While at Dusk nightclub in Atlantic City, Nick Lachey talked about how he doesn't want a relationship. Following her birthday breakup from Tony Romo, Jessica Simpson tweeted about her ladies' night out. Chris Brown apologized for beating Rihanna, not like that makes it any better. Stevie Wonder left a $1,000 tip on his $2,000 bill at Tao.

Before Victoria Beckham hired her personal spray-on-tan artist, she had "the worst fake tan ever." Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield shook hands at ESPN's ESPY Style Studio in L.A. Jennifer Aniston and Bette Midler filmed scenes for The Bounty Hunter at the Edison Ballroom in midtown. Daniel Craig dined with his producer and her husband at Primola. And Morgan Freeman, Forest Whitaker, Susan Sarandon, Tim Robbins, and Whoopi Goldberg celebrated Nelson Mandela's 91st birthday at Radio City Music Hall, along with actress Cicely Tyson, who honored Mandela's commitment to nonviolence by slapping another guest who accidentally bumped into her.