Star sightings: Hollywood screens 'Sex' sequel, Pam Anderson shows her poker face
Last Sunday, bold names showed love to the pigskin in Santa Monica. The NFL Players Premiere League hosted a game of flag football with players including former 49ers running backs Roger Craig and Ricky Watters, with spectators including Laila Ali, "The Blind Side" big guy Quinton Aaron and "Superman Returns" hunk Brandon Routh.
On Monday, TheBigBluff.com launched at club Industry. The poker/trivia hybrid game brought out Pamela Anderson for some high-stakes betting and partying. "Dancing with the Stars" pro Mark Ballas also arrived with his new lady friend, former Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts.
On Tuesday, songstress Janelle Monae held court at the W Hollywood, with a performance for Symmetry Live at club Drai's, followed by a VIP dinner reception in one of the hotel's private suites. Attendees included Kelly Osbourne and boyfriend Luke Worrall, as well as "90210" actress Jessica Lowndes.
Wednesday afternoon near the beach, eco-friendly actresses hit Venice High School for a luncheon to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the EMA School Garden Program. Ali Larter, Rosario Dawson, Rachelle Lefevre and Daryl Hannah dropped by to support healthful eating and green programs in schools.
That night all around L.A., adult crowds gathered to screen "Sex and the City 2." Moet & Chandon tapped social types and celebs to host champagne screenings of the Sarah Jessica Parker movie.
At The Grove, "Rachel Zoe Project" star Brad Goreski (who seems to be hitting the gym lately) welcomed guests including the gorgeous Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon to Morels French Bistro before heading across the way to the Pacific Theatres to see the flick.
In Hollywood, Moet lady Patricia Vasconcelos (rocking Catherine Malandrino) welcomed the likes of Nadine Velasquez for a reception on the rooftop of Madame Tussauds, then an intimate screening at Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
Across town, the W Hotel Westwood celebrated its 10th anniversary, with host Amber Heard schmoozing guests and raising cash for the American Cancer Society.
Exhausted yet? Lindsay Lohan sure wasn't Thursday night -- the actress, sporting her SCRAM bracelet, hit up Las Palmas Hollywood, where she mingled with such notables as Emile Hirsch, Adam Levine and Danny Masterson.
-- Matt Donnelly
Photo: Brad Goreski and Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon celebrate "Sex and the City 2." Credit: WireImage