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Star sightings: Seth MacFarlane makes music, Sophia Bush goes Team Bella

June 17, 2010 |  5:25 pm

Sophia Bush We love it when Twi-hards declare which side of the supernatural spectrum they're on, but also relish when celebrities pipe up as well.

"One Tree Hill" actress Sophia Bush made her affinities known this week in Los Angeles, sporting a "Twilight Saga"-branded water bottle featuring the faces of Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner and Kristen Stewart. We can only assume by showing both vampire and werewolf, she's aligned with the human. Team Bella!

Also this week, in West Hollywood, mommy Tori Spelling stopped by Shadow PR's fall / holiday accessories preview. Sipping a mimosa, Spelling perused handbags, shoes and jewels for the upcoming season, scoring a Jovi handbag from Treesje, UES shoes and Jules Smith's Stephie rings, bearing the initials of her two kids, Liam and Stella.

Style isn't only a woman's game -- on Sunday in New York, "White Collar" star Matt Bomer turned up at TV Guide's 3,000th issue celebration decked out in shadow striped pants and a matching vest by Simon Spurr. 

"Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane is a fan of vintage style, as evidenced by ...

... his love of big band orchestral performances. MacFarlane led one at Avalon Hollywood, for the LAPD Memorial Foundation and LAFD Fallen Firefighters benefit, on June 9. The long-standing music venue donated its facility for ticket holders, who caught host Dan Aykroyd singing "Flip, Flop and Fly" with MacFarlane on stage.

Above the Avalon at Bardot Hollywood, Corzo tequila toasted managing partner Jason Scoppa's birthday a week before for a special Bardot Sessions. Sum 41 rocker Deryck Whibley and the house band payed tribute to the birthday boy.

-- Matt Donnelly

Photo: Sophia Bush heads to her workout with a "Twilight"-themed water bottle.

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