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LOUNGE ACT: Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Bosworth (they're just pals, says a source) and Kevin Connolly, hanging in the lounge at Bardot in Hollywood after doing the same at the GQ Men of the Year party, where Leo took top honors.

GOOD EATS: Kiefer Sutherland, having dinner with friends at Café Stella in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles.

BABY MAMA: Nicole Richie, cooing that baby Harlow is "the love of [her] life" at the Tracy Paul & Company's Shoes from Spain event in the penthouse suite of the Chateau Marmont hotel in West Hollywood.

FANCY PANTS: Bruce Springsteen, dropping about $2,000 on a few pairs of John Varvatos Star USA jeans and some shirts at Barneys in New York City.

FISHY BUSINESS: Mary J. Blige, enjoying various sashimi and hamachi dishes at Koi in NYC.

MILK MAN: Emile Hirsch, hitting Apple Lounge in West Hollywood for Courtenay Semel's birthday party.

PERFECT FORM: Kate Beckinsale, picking up a Jimmyjane Form 6 vibrating massager at the Pink Lili store in Santa Monica, Calif.

PEACE OUT: Dana Delany and Virginia Madsen, cohosting an Amnesty International screening at L.A.'s Clarity Theater of Pray the Devil Back to Hell, a documentary about the women's peace movement in Liberia.

FASHION FORWARD: Holly Robinson-Peete, grooving to Eric Benét's and rappers WinWin Global's performances during a launch party in Malibu, Calif., for BabaKul, a new women's clothing line by True Religion cofounder Kym Gold-Lubell.

COUTURE QUEENS: Heather Graham and Gina Gershon, helping Harper's Bazaar editor-in-chief Glenda Bailey celebrate her birthday at Juicy Couture co-owner Pam Skaist-Levy’s home in the Hollywood Hills.

BROADWAY BOYS: Cedric the Entertainer, presenting John Leguizamo with a personalized embroidered Crown Royal XR bag to commemorate American Buffalo’s opening night on Broadway at Rooftop Garden in NYC.

COMING UP

HOLIDAY CHEER: Wanda Sykes, Anne Hathaway, Selma Blair and Rachel Zoe are expected to attend the 11th annual Cracked Xmas benefit for Trevor Project, a gay and lesbian youth suicide prevention hotline. The Dec. 7 event at L.A.'s Wiltern Theatre will honor Sigourney Weaver and Lifetime Networks.

—Additional reporting by Dahvi Shira, Whitney English and Ashley Fultz

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