Fri Sep 09 02:06pm EDT
Lala Vazquez Anthony, Kim Kardashian, Ciara
It's not often Kim Kardashian is the second-least dubious celebrity in a photograph.
Jerry Ferrara (Turtle from "Entourage")
"Yo Vince, I really didn't wanna ask you for any help wit gettin me tickets to the U.S. Open, but my tequila deal fell through and Drama needed calf implants and E is all hung up on Sloane and Lloyd won't patch my calls through to Ari, so do you think you could hook it up, bro? Thanks."
The First Lady participated in a clinic for kids on Friday and then attended the John Isner-Andy Murray match. All right, bear with me here. Put your hand up to the screen and cover just her face, but leave her hair visible. Tell me that doesn't look exactly like Roger Federer's hair in Vogue?
He did a Ron Burgundy impression while being interviewed by Pam Shriver on Thursday night, calling the McEnroe brothers the "McIntosh brothers" and generally just being fantastic. It has not been put up on YouTube yet. I'm in a glass case of emotion.
The president of the NBA Players Association visiting the U.S. Open amid talks of tennis players forming of a union? I'd say tennis authorities should be concerned but that makes the incorrect assumption that there are indeed tennis authorities.
I'm not going to act like most bloggers would and feign ignorance as to who Vanessa Hudgens is. I'm well aware of her work and know "High School Musical 2" was far superior to the original and that the third film made "House Party 2" look like "House Party 1." No, instead, I'd like to point out the creepy guy in the back holding the goblet of Moet. Cool, brah.
No belly racquet for Sergio. (I think I made that joke a few days ago when Adam Scott was at the Ana Ivanovic match. Sorry, it's been a long two weeks.)
If you had under 90 seconds in your "How long will it take Clive Davis to mention Mariah Carey in his TV interview" pool, you won. No mention of Whitney Houston, though, so I lost my parlay.
Elisha Cuthbert and the hockey player who stole her from me
His name is Dion Pnaeuf and he plays for the Toronto Maple Leafs and, truth be told, the cardigan actually makes him even more intimidating but I can't put my finger on why.
I'm not on board with Spike Lee attending sporting events and not heckling anyone. It's been 17 years since Reggie Miller. Go get into it with Rafael Nadal, Spike. Shake things up.
More important than Chandler, is that the awesome chick from "Mean Girls" and "Party Down," who's like a tougher version of Zooey Deschanel, sitting next to him? (Quick Internet search.) Yes, apparently that's Lizzy Caplan and she and Matthew Perry dated in 2006.
More "Mean Girls!" Watch out for Kalteen bars, Caroline Wozniacki. And, like the Perry-Caplan relationship, this photo features something fresh out of '06: The trucker hat with an ironic phrase being worn by the dude next to Seyfried.
Judging by that picture, his goblet may have contained something stronger than champagne.
Danielle Fishel (Topanga from "Boy Meets World")
Congrats to Danielle Fishel for still getting star treatment from photo wire services. Either Topanga has sustained celebrity juice or Minkus is now working as a Getty photographer.
That's golfer Justin Rose, not the guy who played Tony Blair in "The Queen" and Liz Lemon's soulmate, Wesley Snipes, in "30 Rock." Thank goodness for USOpen.org's chyrons or else that would have been embarrassing.
Just once I want to see the Vogue editor wearing one of those RF hats at Roger Federer's matches.
No snark, just go listen to her cover of "Bridge Over Troubled Water." Perfection.
At the U.S. Open, anything's possible. ANNNYTHHIIINGGG'S POSSSSSIBBBLLLLE!