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.
Governor Spitzer lauded Kerry Kennedy during a speech his rival Andrew Cuomo was at, knowing that Kennedy and Cuomo went through a bitter divorce after she cheated on him. CNBC "Street Sweetie" Erin Burnett is catching heat at the network for the Men's Health story she wrote titled, "Eight Things That Would Impress Me," which made her look like, well, a girl who likes to be around money. New Jersey Net Jason Kidd's girlfriend, Hope Dworaczyk, is pregnant. Stars and publicists hate working with Men's Vogue because the magazine double-books covers. Jessica Seinfeld may or may not have plagiarized from a third cookbook. Cindy Adams claims a New Hampshire pollster told her before the primary that Hillary Clinton was gonna win by six points.
• Participants at the American Magazine Conference revolted against "The Magabrand Revolution," the ostensible theme name cooked up by Men's Health editor David Zinczenko. One editor commented, "I usually have to use 'magabrand' with a modifier in front of it, and that modifier starts with the letter 'F.'" [Mixed Media/Portfolio]
• Jeff Zucker can't stop denying those NBC sale rumors. Wethinks the lady [Reuters]
• When they ran into each other at the Jessica Seinfeld book party, Rupert Murdoch asked Arianna Huffington how many hits HuffPo was getting. Huffington told him 3 million a month; Murdoch politely noted that MySpace, which he owns, ran closer to 70 million. [Fortune]