Gerard Butler Keeps Stuffing Jennifer Aniston Into the Backs of Cars

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Lindsay Lohan tweeted that she was going shopping at Ina on Prince Street yesterday, then she got mad when a slew of paparazzi arrived before she did and made shopkeepers put paper in the store's windows before she went inside. She also left her phone in a Manhattan diner, and now the waitress who found it won't give it back. Who wouldn't want to snag her contacts? Kanye West lost his cool in Soho when he realized photographers were following him and Amber Rose. In true devil-like fashion, Anna Wintour wore Prada to The September Issue's premiere and celebrated the documentary at MoMA with Marc Jacobs, Sienna Miller, Carolina Herrera, Oscar de la Renta, and the Donald. And Salman Rushdie was making out with a "curvy young brunette" in the middle of the Inglourious Basterds party at the Standard Grill while his ex, Padma Lakshmi, chatted with girlfriends nearby. Gerard Butler jokingly stuffed Jennifer Aniston into the trunk of a car on the set of their upcoming flick, The Bounty, and Aniston is sad because Bradley Cooper ditched her for Renée Zellweger.

After tweeting about him every day this week, Miley Cyrus smooched her Last Song co-star, Liam Hemsworth, before sending him off at the Nashville Airport. And Cyrus's father, Billy Ray, fully supports his daughter's pole-dancing efforts and encourages her to "stay focused for the love of the art." Lady Gaga arrived at Heathrow sporting plastic vampire teeth, a thong leotard, fishnet stockings, and a leather jacket emblazoned with the Star of David. And Barbra Streisand's longtime ex-boyfriend is auctioning off three early recordings of her singing, with bids starting at $1 million. Streisand's spokesman says, "our lawyers are dealing with this."

Cameron Diaz tried to stuff an entire burger in her mouth while on a date with Keanu Reeves. Nelly and Ashanti have called it quits because she wants to settle down and he still has oats to sow. Usher's ex, Tameka Foster, is being accused of plagiarizing the essay she wrote for the Huffington Post, "She's Pretty for a Dark-Skinned Girl." Hayden Panettiere has been swanning about L.A. and Malibu with Hard Rock mogul (and LiLo's ex) Harry Morton. Shia LaBeouf checked out some Chelsea real estate, while Justin Long's been hanging out on the Lower East Side. Lucy Liu walked her new chocolate lab down East 18th Street. And Tyra Banks was getting cozy with financier John Utendahl at Indochine.

Mickey Rourke took his pies to go at Carmine Street's Numero 28. As part of their continued cost-cutting efforts, Condé Nast has done away with coffee stirrers. Shinso Cosmetics refused to sell Jami Heidegger their $200 wrinkle cream because they thought she'd knock it off for her new skin-care line. Spencer Pratt is latching on to his fifteen minutes of minor stardom by writing a book, How to Be Famous, in which he announces, "If I weren't me, I'd hate me." We get that. Meanwhile, Heidi launched a workout website and chatted to Self about maintaining her svelte physique: “The fun thing about surgery is that they always have new things and you can always try things. I’m not sure what’s on that list right now, but I’m sure as I get older, I’ll want to keep up with maintenance as most Hollywood does.”