Ashley Dupré’s Hair Caught on Fire While She Was Naked

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Chelsea Clinton flaunted her engagement ring at Tina Brown's Women in the World: Stories & Solutions conference. At the same event, Jordan's Queen Rania al Abdullah's security team had no idea who Tony Blair's wife, Cherie, was, and prevented her from entering the green room. Some of Ashley Dupré's hair caught on fire while she was posing nude among candles for Playboy, but her stylist promptly scurried over to save her strands. Madonna needn't worry about Jesus Luz running off with some Brazilian babe. He says he considers himself "a married man."

Guests of Bethenny Frankel's wedding have to sign consent forms to appear not only on her tentatively titled reality show, Bethenny's Getting Married?, but also "in any and all media now known or later devised, worldwide, in perpetuity." To celebrate his induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the 62-year-old Iggy Pop ripped off his shirt and performed "Search and Destroy" at the Waldorf, shouting, "Let's fuck it up!" In contrast, Snoop Dogg was "the most tame he's been in months" at his Quo nightclub performance, and after the owner of M2 made him put out his cigarette in the club, he "seemed depressed all night." Green Day, D.J. Paul Sevigny, and John Varvatos hit up Bowery Electric to hear St. Mark's Social perform, during which Moby hopped onstage to play a cover of the Stooges' "1970." Henry Kissinger and Condoleezza Rice had dinner at Le Cirque. Brooke Shields is causing outrage among her West Village neighbors with construction on her townhouse beginning at 6 a.m. every morning, with some tenants threatening to move out if it doesn't stop. Kate Winslet's getting over Sam Mendes by frolicking around Mexico in a bikini, with her two children in tow. And before Carrie Prejean got engaged to NFL quarterback Kyle Boller, she was hoping Michael Phelps would knock her up (she had a fling with the Olympian last year).

Contrary to reports this week, Spencer Pratt is not leaving The Hills to "fight cyber crime." That's a relief. Amanda Seyfried hates her raw-food diet. Jennifer Aniston says her new home is "sexy." And after supermodel Rie Rasmussen slammed photographer Terry Richardson for taking advantage of young models, another of his models, Jamie Peck, commented, "of all the fine folks I've frolicked au natural for, he's the only one who's left me feeling like I needed to take two showers."