STAR SIGHTINGS: Gigi Hadid Steps Out With Mom Yolanda, Whitney Port Celebrates Her Baby Shower and More!
By Jennifer Drysdale
Photo: Michael Stewart/Jen Simon
Yolanda Hadid got a sneak peek at the "Gigi Journal!"
The former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star stepped out to support her daughter, Gigi Hadid, at the release of the model's special edition "Gigi Journal" with V Magazine at a private bash in New York City. Yolanda looked chic in an all-black ensemble at the soiree, while her daughter went with white, as they posed for photos with photographer Mario Testino and enjoying a VDKA 6100 cocktail.
Also in NYC was Ansel Elgort, who previewed Activision's Destiny 2 at E3.
Meanwhile, Stranger Things star Gaten Matarazzo enjoyed a tall glass of milk at The Holiday Inn Chocolate Milk Happy Hour.
Scarlett Johansson also enjoyed some time in NYC with Saturday Night Live star and her rumored boyfriend, Colin Jost, as they dined at The East Pole on New York’s Upper East Side on Saturday, ET has learned. "They were seen holding hands and looked like they were getting cozy,” an eyewitness tells ET, adding that Johansson sipped on cocktails like the East Pole Manhattan, while Jost enjoyed the Mexican Standoff. Jost ordered a Pan Seared Red Snapper to eat, while the 32-year-old actress raved about the duck fat chips and cavatelli pasta. “They were really chill and super nice,” the eyewitness said.
On Tuesday, Soledad O'Brien, Whoopi Goldberg, Kyra Sedgwick and Cynthia Rowley stepped out for the Good Housekeeping, Woman’s Day and L’Oréal Paris celebration of “50 Over 50” real women at Hearst Tower in NYC. The women -- a mix of trailblazers in an array of fields from science and technology, to arts and design, to entrepreneurs -- were recognized for their accomplishments at 50 and over, their "Perfect Age."
On Thursday night, Drea de Matteo and Bryan Greenberg toasted Clase Azul’s 20-year anniversary at NYC's newest hot spot, PUBLIC Hotel. Guests sipped the ultra luxury tequila and admired the beautiful bottles while munching on delicious treats by Jean-Georges.
The Orange Is the New Black cast, including Jackie Cruz, celebrated the new season at Chillhouse in NYC with owner Cyndi Ramirez, The event was sponsored by Perrier-Jouet.
Cruz's OITNB co-star, Dascha Polanco, meanwhile, was spotted enjoying lunch at Bagatelle in the Big Apple on Tuesday.
In Washington, D.C., Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star Tituss Burgess joined Marriott International to unveil the brand new #LoveTravels Mosaic at the Freedom Plaza to raise awareness and support for LGBTQ homeless youth, through the True Colors Fund and Casa Ruby.
Also on the East Coast was New England Patriots star Rob Gronkowski, who showed off his trademark "Gronk Smash" on a four-foot-tall piñata at the Welch's Fruit Snacks sponsored ProCamps in Boston, Massachusetts.
Bruce Springsteen, meanwhile, was spotted at the Asbury Hotel in Asbury Park, New Jersey, visiting "Transparent," a photo exhibit by his good friend, Danny Clinch, showcasing behind-the-scenes portraits of iconic musicians including "The Boss" himself, on display at the hotel until September 2017. Springsteen spent a few hours hanging out, mingling and listening to local bands perform in the studio which doubles as an intimate performance stage.
Over on the West Coast, Hills star Whitney Port celebrated her baby shower thrown by her sisters and mother and hosted by Amazon Baby Registry last Friday. Fifty of Port's closest friends and family attended the gender neutral bash on the rooftop of the SIXTY Beverly Hills Hotel. The designer's husband, Tim Rosenman, adorably doted on his pregnant wife throughout the party, where guests dined on a variety of charcuterie, PureGrowth Organic Snacks, an artisan BBQ dinner, Port's favorite ice cream sandwiches and a custom cake with the message, "It's a baby! #babyrosenman" written on it. Port registered for gifts on Amazon Baby Registry including Amazon gift cards, Nested Bean Swaddles, a lambskin baby rug, Pampers diapers, organic baby detergent and more.
Creator and star Andrea Savage and co-star Tom Everett Scott of truTV’s upcoming scripted series, I’m Sorry, walked the red carpet alongside VIP attendees including Alison Becker, Jason Mantzoukas, Kaitlin Olson and Rob McElhenney at the SilverScreen Theater at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, California. Following the screening, attendees joined in a celebration at Catch LA.
Also in Los Angeles, Jamie Foxx was spotted wearing The Underdog sunglasses by Privé Revaux on his way into Jimmy Kimmel Live.
The band Chicago played a special show hosted by SiriusXM at the Whisky in Los Angeles, the first time they've played the venue since the beginning of their career. The private concert aired live on SiriusXM.
Kate Upton stepped out at STUDIO SVEDKA in Los Angeles, celebrating SVEDKA Vodka’s bold new flavor, Blue Raspberry. The model stopped to take photos with Rumer Willis, who DJ'ed the party, and her sister, Tallulah Willis. Thoughout the night, guests enjoyed a performance by Erika Jayne, sipped on signature SVEDKA Blue Raspberry cocktails, snacked on treats passed around by electro-retro roller girls and indulged in bright blue and pink SVEDKA-spiked ice cream.
In Nashville, Darius Rucker came together with Ply Gem and Habitat for Humanity to hold a special dedication ceremony to present the keys to new homeowners Shari Hinton and Charles Russell. “Ever since I was a young child, having a home and being safe has always been something sacred and special to me. I know how important this issue is, and being part of Ply Gem’s Home for Good project allows me to give back and give a 'home' to so many who need it, on a national scale," Rucker said.
Also working together with a good cause is Laverne Cox, who partnered with Lyft for their Round Up and Donate program to celebrate pride month. Lyft users can opt to "Round Up & Donate" and Lyft will then round up their fares to the nearest dollar, donating the difference to the Human Rights Campaign.
And Eric Winter visited the NICU at White Memorial Hospital in Los Angeles on behalf of the Starlight Foundation, where he read his upcoming book that he co-wrote with his wife, Roselyn Sanchez, Sebi and the Land of Cha Cha Cha.The book is available for pre-order now. It's out Sept. 5.