Cameron Diaz is looking to buy an apartment in West Chelsea and also hooked up with Felicity's Scott Speedman in the Bahamas. Samantha Stein-Wells, daughter of murdered real-estate broker Linda Stein, is turning her 35th birthday into a charity event in her mom's name. Padma Lakshmi told Dave Zinczenko that she'd cover her body in chocolate if he put her on the cover of Men's Health. Portfolio magazine named Newsweek fashion scribe Dana Thomas its European editor. Michelle Williams has pulled out of her upcoming movie with Ryan Gosling because she's too beat up over Heath Ledger's death. Maybe-pregnant Angelia Jolie went shopping at a baby boutique in Tribeca.
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Bridget Moynahan won't actually see Tom Brady and is only giving him limited access to their newborn son. Late New York Giants owner Wellington Mara's eleven kids are going through problems, both personal and business-related. Christie Brinkley didn't attend the Hampton Classic Horse Show because Peter Cook and a new girlfriend were inside. Note to male tennis players: Do not date Martina Hingis. Julia Stiles helped boyfriend Jonathan Cramer install one of his sculptures on Central Park North. Jack Nicholson once jumped out a window after Hunter S. Thompson pulled a gun out in a house. Music mogul Irv Gotti made it to day three of a $10,000 World Poker Tour event. A former Stuyvesant High School student of Frank McCourt said the Pulitzer Prize winner was not a great English teacher. James Blount hooked up with another model, this time in Malibu.
At the Cinema Society's screening of The Good Night, in East Hampton on Saturday, celebrities had dreams on their minds. That's because Jake Paltrow's film is all about them; the hero even falls in love with a girl who exists solely in his sleep. The part of said lass is played by Paltrow's sister, Gwyneth, who showed up at the party and mingled with East End A-listers like Bob Balaban, Billy Joel, Stella McCartney, Donna Karan, and Ed Burns. "I actually keep a dream diary," Christie Brinkley told Daily Intel. "I actually created a dream club, where we'd all get together and tell each other out dreams." Wait, really? "Oh, it was way back in the day when I used to be on tour with Billy [Joel]'s band, so we would all get together for dream clubs." Mm. Touring with a rock band doesn't sound quite like we imagined it. —Alex GartenfeldBonus Party Lines: Read more about what goes on in celebrities' heads in our coverage of The Good Night screening.
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There was the usual phalanx of celebs at the Ross School in East Hampton Saturday for James Taylor's penultimate concert in the Hampton Social series — the Olsens, Richard Gere, Jimmy Buffett, Daryl Hannah, even Paul McCartney — but, as it turned out, they weren't all necessarily there to see Sweet Baby James. "I don't know much of his music," James Blunt admitted to us before the show started, "but I'm looking forward to it." So no favorite songs, then? "I'll have to get back to you at the end of the night," he said. Mischa Barton was equally flummoxed. "Um, I don't know," she admitted. "Everyone's been asking me. I put it on my iPod before we left, but I haven't listened." Beth Ostrosky, there with her boyfriend, Howard Stern, was one of the few who could answer the question. "'You've Got a Friend,'" she said proudly. And local gal Christie Brinkley eventually came up with an answer, too. "I sing the kids this song at night to help put them to sleep," she said. "I don't know what it's called, but it goes, 'There is a young cowboy ' Oh, 'Sweet Baby James,' that's it." Yup. —Brett AmelkinREAD MORE »