Jason Wu’s resort collection was either phenomenally good or shockingly bad, because Anna Wintour “actually took off her sunglasses,” at yesterday’s show at the Greenwich Hotel. Miley Cyrus is pairing with BCBG to launch a Wal-Mart clothing line, not like she needs designing experience to design clothes or anything. In the midst of her R-rated tour in London, Britney Spears wants to drop in on the Queen. And Bryant Park Hotel staffers are griping about how “presumptuous and cheap” Madonna’s dancers, roadies, and techies are; they’re staying in 28 of the hotel’s rooms while Madge’s “Sticky and Sweet” Tour is on hiatus. Penn Badgley wants to star in a remake of Blade Runner, not that anyone’s making it any time soon.
Following Greenpeace’s Saturday-night sit-in at Nobu in TriBeCa, British heiress Kate (Rothschild) Goldsmith convinced a slew of her fish-loving celeb friends—like Sienna Miller, Woody Harrelson, Elle Macpherson, Sting, Charlize Theron, and Alicia Silverstone—to sign a letter to Nobu Matsuhisa, protesting the restaurant’s use of bluefin tuna. Jets owner Woody Johnson got hitched yesterday, in front of guests like Catherine Zeta-Jones, Michael Douglas, and The Donald. While the Real Housewives are less than thrilled about their New Jersey counterparts (“We do not hang out,” says Jill Zarin). Countess LuAnn de Lesseps hopes Michelle Obama will make an appearance on The Real Housewives of Washington. Just what our country needs.
A Gwynethless Chris Martin rocked out to heavy-metal band Anvil following The Story of Anvil at the Village East Cinemas. When a woman got sick and keeled over at Showtime’s hospital-themed party for Nurse Jackie, everyone thought it was just performance art. Kate Winslet celebrated the Away We Go premiere at the Jane Hotel, which housed Titanic survivors in 1912. John Stamos wants to make a Full House feature film.
L.A.’s police chief Bill Bratton, who previously fought crime in New York and Boston, might be heading London’s prestigious Scotland Yard. Intel fave Megan Fox tells Elle, “I have a pretty amazing personality, and I’m pretty intelligent. Don’t just write me off as a pinup.” Filming has barely begun on the new season of The Hills, and, shockingly, everyone already hates Kristen Cavallari. Jennie Garth likes to play doctor with her husband, Twilight actor Peter Facinelli, making him dress up in his Dr. Cullen ensemble “all the time.” Lance Armstrong welcomed a baby boy with his girlfriend, by tweeting, “Wassup, world? My name is Max Armstrong, and I just arrived.”