With the Met Gala now behind us, different reports are leaking out about what went down.
We already told you about Beyonce and Jay-Z getting booed for not pausing long enough for photos and interviews. But did you know about Renee Zellweger's almost run-in with ex Bradley Cooper?
Apparently the two came just within feet of each other, with a source adding, “They stared for a quick second, surprised and straight in the face and turned away. It was an awkward moment, and they split in separate directions."
As for Madonna, she partied it up alone and then headed over to the Vogue/Stella McCartney after-party where she hung out with Rihanna and Marc Jacobs.
Matthew Morrison was spotted chatting it up a bit with Gwyneth Paltrow, while Jason Statham and Mickey Rourke tried to help Rosie Huntington-Whiteley find a lost earring on the floor.
Ciara was spotted partying at the Top of The Standard hotel along with Salma Hayek, Kanye West and Alicia Keys.
Sounds like a great night for everyone. Well, maybe except for Beyo and Jay-Z.
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Last night marked the worldwide premiere of the much anticipated Iron Man 2 flick.
And while most were interested in what the ladies were wearing, it seems the guys decided to stand out a bit in some colorful shades.
Robert Downey Jr opted for some deep red lenses, though he didn't stop there. He even decided to color coordinate his shades with his tie.
As for Sylvester Stallone, he opted for some larger framed glasses sporting some blue lenses.
Mickey Rourke, Samuel L. Jackson, and Don Cheadle went for the more traditional look with some brown lenses while Adrien Brody kept it simple with black shades.
So, who do U think sported the best look? And are colored lenses making a comeback or hopefully not?
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THIS is understated for Mickey Rourke!
The unfortunate-faced actor kept it moderately low-key at the Golden Globes on Sunday.
Maybe one day he'll eventually get it right, though!
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Mickey Rourke had some spot-on musings about the Max Azria RTW S/S 2010 show in NYC.
When asked what he thought of the collection, he said "I liked it because it's stuff you can really wear. Even girls with a big ass and big tits can wear those clothes. You know what I'm saying?"
He did clarify, however, that that's how he likes 'em: "Not these girls that need a meal," he said, referring to the models. "They should feed them all."
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