Pamela Anderson: Too Hot for Airport TV

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Anderson, from a different ad campaign, for Vivienne Westwood.
Anderson, from a different ad campaign, for Vivienne Westwood. Photo: Juergen Teller for Vivienne Westwood

Kate Hudson drew attention at Monday's Yankee game by flashing a diamond band on her left ring finger. Is there something A-Rod's not telling us? Meanwhile, Hudson's ex, Black Crowes front man Chris Robinson, knocked up his girlfriend. Jennifer Aniston gushes that she "still believes in love." Sigh. Not only might Carla Bruni-Sarkozy be starring in Woody Allen's next film, but naked photos of France's First Lady will be on display at the Art Photo Expo New York on Monday. PETA's new anti-fur, anti-leather commercial, starring Pamela Anderson as an airport security guard in minimal attire, was considered too racy for CNN Airport Network, where it was slated to debut, so now PETA's pushing for the ad to appear on in-flight entertainment. Gwyneth Paltrow revealed some cleavage during an airport security check in Barcelona. And Megan Fox says she'll never make a sex tape or go nude for a film. Sorry, guys.

The day after his win over Nicolas Almagro, Rafael Nadal took a jog down Park Avenue, stopping only to check out the Ferrari dealership and chat about his Aston Martin. Frank Bruni's farewell party drew a slew of restaurant honchos to the third floor of Spotted Pig, including Tom Colicchio, Le Bernardin's Eric Ripert, Minetta Tavern's Riad Nasr and Lee Hanson, as well as Spotted Pig owner Ken Friedman and chef April Bloomfield. Charlie Sheen insists that "the official story behind 9/11 is a fraud" and wrote an open letter to Obama explaining the conspiracy theory behind it, describing how Bush, Cheney, and the CIA orchestrated it as a ploy to invade Iraq. And Michael Moore's latest documentary, Capitalism: A Love Story, which blames bankers for the economic downturn and "all but stops short of holding up dead puppies Hank Paulson personally murdered," drew ecstatic applause at the Venice Film Festival.

Andy Roddick eased the disappointment over his U.S. Open loss to John Isner by taking his parents and wife, Brooklyn Decker, out bowling to Lucky Strike Lanes & Lounge. Tina Brown, Salmon Rushdie, CNN's Christiane Amanpour and Campbell Brown, and MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski hung out in the Olympus box at the U.S. Open. Jimmy Fallon gave hugs to the staff of Japonais after dining there with his wife. Robert Pattinson is reportedly "risking it all" for his co-star love, Kristen Stewart, by going public with their relationship, because it's not like people already know they're dating or anything. Janet Jackson will be dancing for Michael at the VMAs. Jessica Alba, Robert De Niro, Michelle Rodriguez, and Lindsay Lohan have been "camped out" in Austin, Texas, for Robert Rodriguez's latest flick, Machete, where Alba's become a regular at local Mexican eatery La Condesa. And the Backstreet Boys are hanging around Berlin, trying to look 18 and acting like they're back.

Beyoncé and Jay-Z sped down East Hampton's Newtown Lane in a Devon GTX supercar prototype. Talk about classy: Kourtney Kardashian and her baby daddy, Scott Disick, double-dated with K-Fed and his latest lady, Victoria Prince, at Gotham Steakhouse in Miami. Disick and Fed partied at LIV while the preggers Kardashian called it a night. Bethenny Frankel tweet-dissed her Bravo competitor Rachel Zoe, commenting that she knew her back when was Rachel "Rosensweig" and that she "treats all her old friends like garbage." Zoe then retalitweeted, "U really r insane! I spent the weekend with best friends from 25 yrs ago." Then she noted that it was "unclear y Bethenny has declared war." And Eve got hungry while partying in the VIP area of the Wynn's Blush Boutique nightclub, so she asked if she could order "something vegetarian, like grilled cheese or chicken fingers."