No Strings Attached
Environmental activists opposed to fracking in upstate New York have never been shy about enlisting celebrities–Sean Lennon and Yoko Ono even have a song on the topic–and now former ‘N Sync heart-throb Lance Bass is joining the cause.
Americans Against Fracking is trying to up the pressure on New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo with video pleas from the ‘N Sync star, as well as actresses Marisa Tomei, Hayden Panettiere and Julie Bowen, among others.
At a crowded movie premiere in Midtown recently, The Observer witnessed a young movie and TV star—a dashing young man who’s been involved with several starlets despite whispers about his close relationships with other men—sitting for the entire party in close conversation with a well-groomed gent, even as his co-stars circulated. As we passed, the Read More
Yesterday, Lance Bass attended his first show at fashion week: Elie Tahari at The Studio at Lincoln Center. Before this presentation, his priorities had pointed him in a different direction — he was busy following sporting events.
“I usually dont even attend any shows, and this is the first one I’ve done all week,” he Read More
The official after party for yesterday’s Ruffian show was held last night at Midtown mainstay Michael’s, and it was billed as a supper. It was hosted by British photographer and socialite Poppy de Villeneuve and avowed Ruffian fan Lorenzo Martone, and the fact it was a “supper” seemed appropriate for the evening — Read More
Well, we suppose Lance Bass won’t join Haim Saban, Reuters, Politico or Jon Meacham in trying to make a bid for Newsweek.
Nor will he even buy a single copy anymore:
@LanceBass Thank you @Newsweek for pushing LGBT actors deeper in the closet! Subscription cancelled.
Which makes us wonder: Lance Bass reads Read More
On the night of June 26, two days before the gay pride parade would overtake Manhattan in honor of the 40th birthday of the Stonewall riots that are popularly imagined as the birth of the gay rights movement, a group numbering a couple of dozen mostly gay men and women found themselves crammed into the Read More
We celebrated 20 (or 40, depending on how you’re counting) years of Vera Wang‘s career at the opening of her Soho store.
Michael Bloomberg and Lauren Bush agreed on recyling strategies at the UNICEF Snowflake Ball at Cipriani.
The Reader screenwriter David Hare told us he preferred Kate Winslet to Nicole Kidman Read More
Last night at Citrine on West 21st Street, the former boy-band idol and Dancing With the Stars contestant Lance Bass (sporting a cargo jacket, gelled hair and faded loose-fit jeans), was surrounded by a small crowd of tan and buff partygoers who were there to toast him on the occasion of his third-place finish in Read More
Despite his fling with Linda Evangelista, billionaire Francois-Henri Pinault will still wed Salma Hayek. [Page Six]
Anna Wintour is less than impressed by Spain’s fashion-forward frocks. [Rush & Malloy: final item]
Josh Hartnett stammers over recent hot date with Rihanna. [Page Six]
Designer Valentino Garavani almost Read More
“I should read my New Yorker,” said Gita Mehta, wife of Knopf czar Sonny. She was resplendent in red and gold robes beside her husband in the screening room at the Tribeca Grand Hotel on Monday night for a viewing of Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette.
The evening’s hostess, Diane von Furstenberg, was two Read More