As expected, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart downplayed their coupledom at the Eclipse after-party in Beverly Hills, holding hands but not being "overly affectionate." Stewart, meanwhile, has also been promoting her indie film, Welcome to the Rileys, and has found her red-carpet heels to be the hardest part. "I feel like my feet are really pissed off at me, just because of the shoes That’s been the biggest problem." Angelina Jolie told Vanity Fair that Shiloh "wants to be a boy." LeBron James partied with Jeremy Piven and Mary J. Blige at Avenue, flirting with the brunette dancing next to him. And in the middle of the World Cup on Saturday, a crowded Serafina on 61st went silent as James entered, requesting a corner table. Lindsay Lohan will make a few cameos in her mother, Dina's, new reality show, which will follow the Lohan family (sans Michael) in order to "prove that we are a good, hardworking family and we don't have the crazy lives that some people claim we do."
Kate Hudson and Ron Burkle took part in a sing-along at Elio's to celebrate David Foster's induction into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. Chris Brown's voice cracked as he broke down in the middle of a tribute to Michael Jackson at the BET Awards. 50 Cent hosted a day of relay races and healthy snacks in Queens to promote exercise and health for kids. In honor of yesterday's Gay Pride Parade, Joan Rivers advised young gay performers to stay in the closet, explaining, "If you're going to be a romantic idol and try to get every teenage girl to love you, then you'd be an ass to come out and say you're gay."
A jet-black-haired Mena Suvari wed concert producer Simone Sestito in Vatican City. Zack Morris is back on the market; Mark-Paul Gosselaar filed for divorce from his wife of thirteen years after she left him for Jeff Probst. André Balazs chatted with Playboy about how hotels lend themselves nicely to adultery, explaining, "All good hotels tend to lead people to do things they wouldn't necessarily do at home I think it's fair to say more adultery goes on in hotels than any other place in the world ... it comes from that unique psychological displacement that happens when you enter the safe, embracing, nonjudgmental world of a good hotel." Christina Hendricks has a thing for men who drink Scotch, particularly for her husband, commenting, "I love it when he orders it. It's such a classic, masculine drink." Bethenny Frankel has convinced her husband, Jason Hoppy, to change "90% of the diapers." And Jessica Simpson raved about cupping, an ancient Chinese therapy, tweeting, "Has anyone ever tried cupping? When u know you are doing something good for ur body the meditation creates intense visions Love it!"