Getty ImagesThursday night NBC had the first "I Heart Radio" awards. Backstage at the Shrine: NBC's Paul Telegdy, Rihanna, and Clear Channel's John Sykes.
Getty ImagesRihanna, Ryan Seacrest, and J. Lo at the "I Heart Radio" Awards at the Shrine.
Larry Busacca/NBC/NBCU Oscar winning emcee Juicy J and Avicii.
Larry Busacca/NBC/NBCU Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan, who hosted the ACM awards together a few weeks ago, were caught on camera in a trend that went viral -- being unimpressed and disinterested in Ariana Grande's pop performance.
Getty ImagesWhen you are the chairman of LVMH and a pal of media man Jason Binn, you get a surprise birthday party and your face on a fake DuJour cover. Just ask Pauline Brown (with pal Arianna Huffington) Wednesday night at Tao Downtown in New York.
Getty ImagesNew Tony nominees Sutton Foster and Bryan Cranston celebrate at a "Meet the Press" day at the Paramount Hotel on Friday.
Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for TimeAlfonso Cuaron has Seth Meyers' attention at Time's "100 Most Influential People in the World" dinner party on Tuesday night in NYC.
Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for TIMEHoward Stringer and Rupert Murdoch inside the cross industry party at Lincoln Center.
Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for TIMEPadma Lakshmi and Susan Sarandon were amongst the early arrivers.
Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for TIMETime managing editor Nancy Gibbs got Amy Adams as her seat neighbor.
Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for TIMEMartha Stewart does not sling the newest camera phone.
Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for TIMENewsies Norah O'Donnell, Ronan Farrow and Gayle King.
Noel Vasquez/GC ImagesMeanwhile back in L.A., Jesse Jackson lent support to Blake Griffin courtside at the first post-Donald Sterling Clippers playoff game at Staples on Tuesday night.
Courtesy of RevoltUnrelated to the Clippers drama, but across the street at the JW Marriott, Revolt TV simultaneously hosted a cocktail mixer as part of Cable Week with its execs and talent. Hosts included channel President Andy Schuon (3rd from left) and Revolt CEO Keith Clinkscales (far right).
Getty ImagesAway from the game, CAA President Richard Lovett opened his backyard for a benefit for Communities in Schools of Los Angeles (CISLA), a group that brings working adults in to L.A. schools to up graduation rates.
Getty ImagesShannon Rotenberg, Heather Mycoskie, TOMS guy Blake Mycoskie, and Davis Guggenheim at CISLA.
Getty ImagesCentury City wealth manager Jim Hausberg, CAA music man Rob Light, and Rick Kurtzman.
Getty ImagesElisabeth Shue with producer Damon Lee, and Katie Abrams with Michael Kives.
Getty ImagesThe guys circle: Management 360's Darin Friedman, Ben McKenzie, Frank Grillo, and manager Chris Huvane.
Getty ImagesSanaa Lathan
Getty ImagesShannon Rotenberg, Michael Rotenberg, Crystal Lourd and Blaine Lourd round out the CISLA scene.
Kevin Parry / Paley Center for MediaHayley Orrantia and Wendi McLendon-Covey were oozing "Back to the Future" on Monday night with both a DeLorean and a hover board at "The Goldbergs" promotional night at the Paley Center in Beverly Hills, as the show is on the bubble for a season two renewal.
WireimageCelebrity live-band karoke night at Bounce Sporting Club in NYC began Monday night: Travie McCoy and Selita Ebanks headlined. While McCoy is a pro, Selita gave in at the end of the night, despite her own protests, and sang "No Woman No Cry."
Al Powers/Powers Imagery#1 Turns 1: The man who has made Hakkasan "the thing" in Las Vegas for the last year, Neil Moffitt, with his top headliner and pal Tiesto. They celebrated a huge (and hugely profitable) first year anchoring the Vegas nightlife scene with the club, restaurant, and daylife programming. Next up: A Hakkasan hotel with MGM.
Al Powers/Powers ImageryGwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale escaping new parenthood, got caught in the energy at the birthday celebration, and were taking photos of each other in their stage side table upstairs in Hakkasan's mega dome room. (not the actual name.)
Al Powers/Powers ImageryPregame, Stefani lined her stomach at the base floor restaurant with hairstylist and celeb pal Danilo, just Danilo.
Getty ImagesSony Pictures Television President Steve Mosko led a sold out Friday night for UCLA's Jonsson Cancer Center Foundation “Taste For A Cure” event at the Beverly Wilshire. Mosko's professional crew included Darren Criss ("Glee"), Alex Trebeck, and Ryan Murphy.
Getty ImagesGary Newman went to a knee for time with Lea Michele and Darren Criss.
Getty ImagesNo arrows flying here: Sony Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton and Netflix's Ted Sarandos.
Getty ImagesRyan Murphy, Dana Walden, and some red wine at "Taste for a Cure".
Getty ImagesTwo guys that can move mountains from Culver City: Steve Mosko and Michael Lynton.
Disney Channel/Rick RowellAlso on Tuesday, Disney Television Animation threw a group art show ("Man Vs. Machine: The Robot Show!") at its studio HQ in Glendale. Participants included: Craig Mccracken ("Wander Over Yonder"), Sam Levine ("Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero"), Dan Povenmire ("Phineas And Ferb"), SVP of Production Lisa Salamone-Smith. SVP Original Series Eric Coleman, Daron Nefcy ("Star And The Forces Of Evil"), and Disney Channels President/Chief Creative Officer Gary Marsh.
Courtesy of Sirius. Jamie Foxx surprised Steve Aoki and DJ Whoo Kid during Whoo Kid’s Shade 45 show (on Sirius). Always mic friendly, Foxx dropped an impromptu hook for Steve Aoki’s song "Boneless".