updated 01/28/2011 AT 3:00 PM ET
•originally published 01/31/2011 AT 6:00 AM ET
Alicia Keys got quite the 31st birthday gift from her hubby Swizz Beatz: an all-white Aston Martin DBS. He also threw her a bash at Casa La Femme, an Egyptian restaurant in New York, where famous friends like Beyoncé and Jay-Z and Gayle King toasted the 31-year-old with Bertaud Berlieu rosé wine. In addition to the car, Beatz also gifted his wife some work by artists Shepard Fairey and Mr. Brainwash and some paintings he created himself.
Lady Gaga traded in her platform heels for a pair of bowling shoes during a fun outing with beau Luc Carl at Bowlmor Times Square in N.Y.C. The pop star and her man took over the private fourth floor of the bowling alley, and took shots of whiskey. When she wasn’t flirting with Carl, Gaga proved her bowling prowess, throwing spares and and strikes all night long, says a source.
New couple Ryan Phillippe and Amanda Seyfried weren’t about to let a little dinner company get in the way of their cuddling during a meal with two male friends at the Bazaar inside the SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills. “They kept gazing into each other’s eyes,” an onlooker says. “And if his arm wasn’t around her shoulders, then she was hugging him.” After dinner, the couple waited for their car where they continued their very close encounters.
Bruce Willis and wife Emma, sharing a romantic dinner at Napa Valley Grille in L.A. The two were tucked away in a private booth for their leisurely, two-hour meal, which included a filet mignon for him. According to a fellow diner, they were “very comfortable and happy to be in each other’s company.”
Zooey Deschanel, jumping onto her musician hubby Ben Gibbard’s lap while having dinner with her My Idiot Brother castmates during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. The actress gave up her seat to accommodate her costars, like Paul Rudd and Rashida Jones at the Directv-sponsored dinner. When a staffer offered an extra chair for her, she declined and chose to sit on Gibbard’s lap for the rest of the dinner.
By REAGAN ALEXANDER, PAUL CHI, JENNIFER GARCIA and CARLOS GREER