Lindsay Lohan Still Has Some Questions to Answer About That 2007 Joyride

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After the premiere of Grown Ups, Demi Moore and Salma Hayek chatted about working together. Then they partied together at Avenue, along with Harvey Weinstein, Jay-Z, Q-Tip, and Beyoncé, whose sister, Solange Knowles, took charge of the turntables. Bob Weinstein, meanwhile, smuggled his own stash of Diet Coke into Canyon Ranch, which doesn't serve soda or alcohol. While Lady Gaga was giving a lap dance at HeadQuarters the other night, her father phoned in to buy her a $700 magnum of Champagne. Kate Moss and Kelly Osbourne caught up over drinks in London. A Beverly Hills judge ordered Lindsay Lohan to answer more questions about the 2007 car chase that landed her in jail, to be used in the civil lawsuit being filed against her. Mel Gibson filed a restraining order against the ex-girlfriend who mothered his child.

Miranda Kerr stepped out with her engagement ring, estimated at three to four karats, costing up to $65,000. Kate Gosselin got a botched Botox job, resulting in oddly spiked eyebrows. Courtney Love gave an impromptu performance at the Ames Hotel in Boston, sporting a floppy black hat, continually asking her assistant for cigarettes, and noting that she had a friend at Harvard, which she referred to as "H-bomb." Jerry Springer thinks Eliot Spitzer is an excellent choice for CNN.

When Bachelor Jake Pavelka reunited with Vienna Girardi for the first time since announcing their split, Girardi ended up storming off in tears. Britney Spears has supposedly been sneaking phone calls to the paparazzo ex-boyfriend who led to her 2007–2008 mental breakdowns. Alexandra Richards (daughter of Keith) posed in the buff for French Playboy. And Jersey Shore's Vinny Guadagnino has no qualms about posing in the Village Voice's Queer Issue, commenting, "I don't give a shit, man … I go in there, do my thing, take my shirt off, get my hair and my makeup done and they dress me … I take the pictures and wherever they end up, they end up."