updated 06/11/2007 AT 10:00 AM ET
•originally published 06/15/2007 AT 6:00 AM ET
Hopefully there’s a moving van in the vicinity! Kristin Cavallari, boxes up her kitchen utensils as she moves from her house in Los Angeles.
Proving they share a true sisterhood indeed, the stars of Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants – America Ferrera, Amber Tamblyn, Alexis Bledel and Blake Lively – kept each other company (during their night off from shooting in Connecticut) at the Razorlight concert at the Fillmore New York at Irving Plaza. Seated upstairs in the VIP balcony, the four did their fair share of giggling, while Ferrera, at one point, broke out an animated air-guitar performance – bobbing her head furiously. And the ladies gave each other some pre-concert fashion advice. “We were putting outfits on together in the hotel room,” Tamblyn (in a black Emanuel Ungaro dress) told us. “America is wearing my earrings tonight and I’m holding onto everyone’s phones and money in my purse.”
It was (apparently) young male Hollywood night at hotspot Les Deux: Jesse Metcalfe, partied – but didn’t drink alcohol – with three male friends by the courtyard fountain. And Brody Jenner greeted the Hills’ Lauren Conrad and Audrina Patridge, who were filming their show in the second-floor VIP room. Jenner joined the cast for conversation, laughing and reminiscing while the cameras rolled. Also at Les Deux that night: Jack Osbourne and Calum Best.
LeAnn Rimes, tearing into a cover of Janis Joplin’s “Cry Baby” during a private concert and VIP dinner – celebrating a new Samsung plant – at Austin’s Four Seasons Hotel. Sporting a short dress, the singer delighted the crowd: One audience member tells us, “People said afterwards that she was one of the few singers who sounded better in person.” Rimes herself said she loves playing live – especially in Austin. “One of my very first shows, when I was 13 and had just come out withBlue, was [in Austin.] I remember it so very well and loving it there.” And how’s this for an encore? The next day Rimes sang the National Anthem at the new plant’s dedication.
By CHRISTOPHER CASTELLANI, PAUL CHI and ALICIA DENNIS