Spike Lee to Knicks Fans: ‘Don’t Die’

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Spike Lee advised a fellow Knicks fan, “Don’t commit suicide.” Chace Crawford and Carrie Underwood danced together at Marquee, but not well. Jules Nasso, who may or may not be an associate of the Gambino family, will chair the 2008 Staten Island Film Festival. 30 Rock’s Katrina Bowden exchanged her ravioli for a salad at the dinner at the Four Seasons for Juno. LeBron James sang and danced with Oompa Loompas at Marquee.

Writers in L.A. are all hanging out, drinking, and hooking up because they have no work. Lindsay Lohan may be staging photos for the tabs to make money. John Travolta was dropped from the movie Dallas but may have been given a seven-figure severance package. Ellen Page prepped for her role in Juno by “watching people waddle” and reading Pregnancy for Dummies. Willem Dafoe had a job as a binder for Penthouse and Hustler, but he found it boring. Bill Clinton listens to Diana Krall on his iPod. Rosie O’Donnell may become a spokeswoman for the camera company Flip because she uses it to film videos for her blog. Serena Williams and a mystery man practiced at Midtown Tennis.

Spike Lee to Knicks Fans: ‘Don’t Die’