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Hey, I think I see a Celebrity!

September 22nd, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

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From time to time celebrities do step out of LA and New York to venture over to the windy city! They’re not always A-list, but what the heck, we’ll take what we can get. This week’s sightings, as compiled by Red Eye:

The Bachelorette star Jillian Harris and her “bachelor” Ed Swiderski (who happens to be a Chicago local) sure are determined to prove everyone wrong. That is, everyone who thinks their genuine, loving and committed relationship is really one big reality-show sham-ola. This week they were spotted all over Chicago. They took in a Cubs game at Wrigley Field on Tuesday and on Thursday, attended a charity event before heading to the downtown nightclub Enclave (where they looked “lovey, lovey” according to eyewitnesses). After such a whirl-wind of a week, I wonder which Chicago tourist attraction they’ll pick for their break-up? Maybe the bean.

Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (who has recently been called out for being “completely immature”) attended Michigan Avenue magazine’s one year anniversary party at the W City Center on Monday before letting it all hang out at Angels & Kings. He must have still been dumbfounded that he and his team managed to beat the Superbowl Champion Pittsburgh Steelers the day before.

Drew Barrymore was spotted at the luxury hotel Peninsula last Tuesday night. Hopefully she had fun in the days before losing the best actress Emmy to Grey Gardens co-star Jessica Lange.

Vince Vaughn was spotted all over Michigan Avenue last week and at Market on Saturday night with Brian Urlacher and Chicago White Sox General Manager Kenny Williams. Apparently Vaughn was conducting research for Fred Clause 2: Rookie of the Year.

Metallica rockers Lars Ulrich, Kirk Hammett and Robert Truillo hung out with their buddies Jerry Cantrell and Mike Inex, from Alice in Chains, at Angels & Kings on Friday night. Maybe they can get group therapy together and film a sequel to Some Kind Of Monster.

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