the comeback is complete. Britney Spears latest single 3, opened at #1 on the Hot 100 Singles Chart
Britney at Madison Square Garden.
I mean i was sick of bleeding love too, but come on. What’s the world coming to?
Last night I attended the Hearst’s Designer Visions Cinema Style Opening Night at SOHO Mews. It was the second night in a row that I was at this location. The night before I was there for the Save the Children Foundation hosted by Esquire Magazine. The SOHO Mews is a building that has been taken over by various Hearst publications. Each Apartment was designed by a different designer and in the case of the Esquire Suites, each room. Unlike the night before, the celebs in attendance actually mixed and mingled with the hoi polloi. Others seen checking out the scene and making out with a pretty good gift bag included: Thom Filicia, Colin Cowie, Sela Ward, Richie Rich, Melissa Berkelhammer and Andrew Saffir.
all photos by Dimitrios Kambouris for WireImage.
I was sent this invite by my friend Peter Davis. It is the Museum of Art and Design’s Paperball. It is hosted by Rose McGowan, Coco Rocha and Bryan Batt. I can’t attend as I am going to see Finian’s Rainbow on Broadway. If anyone is free tonight, the event sounds like a hoot.
Clive Davis was one of the many people enjoying the opening of Italian painter Lucio Salvatore’s show last night. Lucio paints in a very interesting medium-blood. The pictures are very compelling and strangely beautiful. Others seen enjoying the show: Alexa Winner, Kipton Cronkite, Cliff Comfort, Reanatta Merriam and Mark Levine.
as if having Madonna on the cover isn’t gay enough, the headline over her head touts the awesome gayness of glee. With recent releases by madonna, mariah, and barbara, along with the wild popularity of lady gaga, i wonder, do straight people even buy music anymore??