After giving rumored-girlfriend Kate Bosworth a ride on his shoulders, True Blood's Alexander Skarsgård had to be restrained by police at Coachella when a paparazzo angered him. Beyoncé, meanwhile, joined Jay-Z onstage to sing "Forever Young" to a crowd including Katy Perry, Paris Hilton, and Rachel Bilson. After Saturday night's show, Josh Hartnett rode a mechanical bull and Kellan Lutz showed off his best dance-floor moves. Paris Hilton then hosted a 4 a.m. after-party. Reese Witherspoon, Tobey Maguire, Jimmy Kimmel, and Jason Bateman celebrated Jennifer Garner's 38th birthday at her and Ben Affleck's Pacific Palisades home. At the American Museum of Natural History's Spring Safari, Lorenzo Martone attended without Marc Jacobs, Gossip Girl's Matthew Settle went stag after his "lady-friend" didn’t show, and the maybe recently split-from–Leighton Meester Sebastian Stan took his mother as his date. J-Vanka, meanwhile, was out in full force. Aspiring socialite Devorah Rose dissed Tinsley Mortimer, commenting, "It is Tinsley Mortimer's hyper-awareness of social status and neurotic desire to scurry up the social ranks and trumpet herself that makes her such a lowly, classless creature." Meanwhile, High Society producers are searching for more "likeable" characters for the show's next season, and Rose doesn't like that she's been cast as the token villain.
Danny Glover was arrested during a Labor Union protest at a Maryland food-service company. Before his abs granted him fame, Jersey Shore's Mike "the Situation" Sorrentino filed for unemployment. Shaquille O'Neal's ex-wife claims Shaq told their 6-year-old son to deliver death threats to her new boyfriend. Aaron Eckhart and Molly Sims broke up over a year ago, but he just photographed ads for her new jewelry line. Cameron Diaz and A-Rod have been hanging out. Christina Applegate got engaged to her musician boyfriend of two years. Snoop Dogg performed for Ice T, Tyson Beckford, and Tila Tequila at the W Hoboken. Abe & Arthur's Mark Birnbaum and Eugene Remm are set to take over Saturday nights at East Hampton's Georgica this summer, Marquee and Dune's owners will be running Dune (again), and the Eldrige's Matt Levine has plans for a new venue, Boathouse, also in East Hampton. Michelle "Bombshell" McGee is milking her fifteen minutes of fame by dancing topless in Vegas. And Larry King's six previous ex-wives say they like to get together from time to time to trash-talk him.