HEY, I THINK I SEE A CELEBRITY! All Chi-Town Sightings, Week of 11/16
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:
Two of the female stars of The Twilight Saga: New Moon, Christian Serratos and Ashley Greene, descended into Chicago during the weekend to promote their new movie. When asked about the romance between Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in an interview with Red Eye, Serratos said,
You can’t say anything unless you’re one of the parties involved.”
Or unless your at one of the parties involved.
Greene, rode on a float in the parade during The Magnificent Mile Lights Festival. After the ceremony she spent half the time allotted for reporters looking for a bathroom. Last May Greene talked with Ok! Magazine about Taylor Lautner‘s physical transformation for his role in New Moon, saying,
We’re so proud of him. He’s in the gym three times a day and eating all the time. I was like, ‘I want your job, you get to eat everything!’”
Note to Ashley: Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels! Just take Kate Moss‘ word for it.
Access Hollywood correspondent and One Tree Hill star Maria Menounos dined at Rockit Bar and Grill on Thursday night. In a recent interview with with Teendramawhore.com, Menounos talked about her starring role in the upcoming comedy, Serial Buddies, a serial killer buddy comedy co-starring Christopher Lloyd. She said,
Serial Buddies was one of those super original scripts, kind of a Napoleon Dynamite/Superbad feel that I didn‘t want to miss out on.”
Apparently the script is so “super original” it’s going straight to the 3 a.m. slot on Cinemax.
Al Roker dined at Sunda on Saturday night. Roker has added another feather to his weatherman cap, having written a novel that comes out Tuesday. The Morning Show Murders: A Novel is the first of a planned series. He explained the idea behind the series to USA Today, saying,
They’ll all be set at a morning show. Or maybe late-night shows! We might have to kill off a late-night host!”
In other words it’s a wish fulfillment fantasy for NBC. That is, unless the ratings for The Jay Leno Show start to improve.
The Hills star Holly Montag danced the night away at Underground on Saturday. Her sister Heidi‘s husband, Spencer Pratt, recently talked to MTV News about the decision to stage an intervention with Holly. He said,
It took that moment to realize we had to step in here. Tune in — you’ll see it when it clicks, when we’re like, ‘Yo, it’s time to help Holly.’ “
Guess that didn’t really work.
Source: Red Eye.