Laura Bell Bundy

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A celebrity finally arrives at 4 p.m., an hour after they were supposed to start arriving. It's Jon Voight. Yup, had to ask about Angelina Jolie. “She has a big day coming up,” he tells me. "She's happy, then I'm happy."

Laura Belle Bundy, star of Broadway's Legally Blonde...She's adorable but is tight-lipped about who won MTV's reality show to replace her on the Great White Way. She is onstage for like 99 percent of the show. "I have like a two-minute break to pee," she says. "Once, I had explosive diarrhea but I finished the show." She was joking—at least I think she was.

The yellow carpet is a bit crazy. Everyone seems to be running late because of the fire. Taking a brisk walk toward the Gibson Auditorium and waving to the fans are Jennifer Hudson, Liv Tyler, Audrina Patridge, Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag and Lindsay Lohan.

Tila Tequila is about to pop out of her dress. Specifially, her left boob. "I didn't tape it," she says.

"You can see nipple anyway," she says, showing me the impression of her, well, nipple through her dress.

Chris Brown

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Chris Brown makes a special stop because he's gotta talk to my pal Michael Yo from Yo on E! Brown reveals he wrote his girlfriend Rihanna's new song "Disturbia." Brown also tells me he'd love to star in a remake of an Elvis Presley flick.

Huh?

We know Brown performed "Jailhouse Rock" at Movies Rock in December, but...

"You been asked to star in an Elvis flick?" I ask.

"I can't do Elvis," he says with a laugh, "'cause I'm a little different color. But I could do my own version. I'd love to."

Ellen Page seems a little shell-shocked. "It's a lot," she says. "The fans and the Pussycat Dolls just walked by. I embrace it all." It sure is different than what she's been up to these days: Page has been shooting Peacock in Iowa.

Brett Ratner, munching on an MTV Movie Awards chocolate bar, which were being handed out on-carpet by gals dressed as cigarette girls, promises to give the Jimmy Kimmel correspondent a part in his next movie.

I ask Ratner if I can be in the movie, too. "No," he says with a laugh.

Ratner and I talk a bit about his upcoming flick about Hugh Hefner. But the show is about to start, so I'll tell ya about that later.

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