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Sightings: Heidi Klum and Sandra Bullock's girls night out

September 30, 2011 | 12:16 pm

Sandra Bullock and Heidi Klum

While Heidi Klum is rumored to be heading to Broadway, she put on a more relaxed show this week with Sandra Bullock in Hollywood.

Supermodel-mom Klum and Bullock, an awards hopeful for "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close," got their party on Wednesday, attending Beacher's Madhouse at the Hollywood Roosevelt hotel. They indulged in drinks and dancing at a private booth, according to Us magazine, rocking out to tunes including AC/DC's "You Shook Me All Night Long."

"They were just having fun by themselves," an onlooker told the mag, "nothing scandalous or anything."

Always inclined toward a bit more scandal, Marilyn Manson recently showed some love to the Abbey, a staple among West Hollywood gay bars. In the company of Steven Hirsch, chairman of adult-amusement enterprise Vivid Entertainment, Manson downed Belvedere until last call.

Over in Hollywood, the Sayers Club continues to draw flurries of celeb traffic. On the heels of a Gerard Butler visit, Jason Scoppa's Thursday sessions drew the likes of Kevin Connolly, Bryan Greenberg, "Old Spice" hunk Isaiah Mustafa and Ricki Lake's "Dancing With the Stars" partner, Derek Hough.

Also digging an artistic vibe was Josh Hartnett, who rolled through Jeremy Kenyon Locker Corbell's Bunraku Art Experience at Chateau Marmont, along with Kevin McKidd, Ron Perlman and Guy Moshe.

Though it didn't go into the wee hours, dancing pair Julianne Hough and Kenny Wormald of the "Footloose" remake made an appearance at Children's Hospital Los Angeles, where they surprised the little patients with a screening of their film in partnership with Give Back Hollywood.

On the other coast, hot off their Emmys performance, the Lonely Island -- comprising "SNL's" Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone -- were spotted at the launch of a new contest where folks have a chance to battle the funnymen for a chance at producing a $1-million Super Bowl ad spot with Doritos.

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-- Matt Donnelly
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Photos: Sandra Bullock, left, at the Oscars in February; Heidi Klum, right, at her perfume launch in L.A. on Sept. 28, 2011. Credits: Kick McKoy / Los Angeles Times, left; Christopher Polk / Getty Images, right.

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