Wimbledon's "on," the Glastonbury festival is "on" and London is full: Lorne Michaels, Mick Jagger, L'Wren Scott, Daphne Guinness and Jimmy Fallon huddle up at the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party, one of the annual diamonds of London's social season.
Matthew Morrison, Princess Beatrice (sans weird headwear) and the CW's "Arrow" star Colton Haynes at the Serpentine soiree.
Gallery director Julia Peyton Jones, Sarah Jessica Parker, co-director Hans Ulrich-Obrist and Matthew Broderick. (Photos by Dave M. Benett/Getty Images.)
Back in friendly 4th of July terrain, Jim Rash, Toni Collette, Liam James and Nat Faxon turn up in the Hamptons for a screening of 'The Way, Way Back' at Goose Creek in East Hampton on Saturday night. (Photo by Sonia Moskowitz/Getty Images)
Sheila E. smashed the drums and had Nelly backing her up at Debra Lee's annual short-listed pre-BET dinner at Milk Studios on Saturday night. (Photo by Alberto Rodriguez/Getty Images.)
Penny Marshall and Cindy ("Shirley" from "Laverne and Shirley") Williams drop in on Jennette McCurdy and Ariana Grande's "birthday" party on the set of Nickelodeon's double spin-off, "Sam & Cat." (Photo by Araya Diaz)
Giant outdoor Jenga for Jessica Szohr and Julianne Hough at Svedka's summer soiree. After Derek Hough tossed these coconuts, he tossed a blonde in the pool at the posh palace in the hills. (Photos by Michael Simon/StarTracks.)
Next on Netflix: Jenji Kohan's prison tale "Orange is the New Black." The Bronx Botanical Garden's party inmates included: (from left) Natasha Lyonne, Taryn Manning, Ricky Gervais, Jane Fallon, Kohan and lead Taylor Schilling, Netflix's Cindy Holland and author/inspiration Piper Kerman. (Photos by Rob Kim)
"What an impressive lineup for Don's memorial," Robert De Niro (riding shotgun with Kathy Griffin) announced at the Friars Foundation's lifetime tribute to Don Rickles at the Waldorf Astoria. "Don would have been so proud."
The Reege made Rickles' roster.
Louis C.K.'s consolation prize for losing a bidding war to Dave Matthews Band's Boyd Tinsley for a piano? Sitting with Tony Bennett.
Bette Midler and Billy Crystal front the Friars.
This is not a rerun. John Mayer and Katy Perry were the non-comic headliners in the room …
…and Mayer pulled a "Pitbull", performing in a suit. (Friars Lifetime Tribute to Don Rickles photos by ShoulderHill/Friars Club)
Hilary Shepard and Daryl Hannah greet Annenberg Foundation Executive Director Leonard Aube at the preview night of the Helmut Newton Exhibition on Avenue of the Stars. (Photo by Chris Weeks)
Artistic NSFW alert! James Caan fronts one of Newton's many "White Women - Sleepless Nights - Big Nudes" photos. James' son Scott has had his own photography shows in L.A.
Rande Gerber, Cindy Crawford and Robert Evans got the first peek at the Annenberg Space for Photography exhibit that opened on Saturday and continues through September 8.
Guests, including top shelf styling duo Mariel Haenn and Rob Zangardi (right), scoped the space. (Photos by Chris Weeks and Mike Windle)
Virginia Madsen, Daryl Hannah, Brooke Shields, Camryn Manheim, Wanda Sykes and director Susan Seidelman like the camera flashes at the premiere of the menopause/breast cancer/Texas basketball comedy "The Hot Flashes" on Thursday night at the Arclight. (Photo by Katy Winn)
Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx (far right) soft-shoed in a salsa lesson on "Despierta America" before "White House Down's" opening this weekend. In more demographically targeted marketing, the duo also appeared at The BET Experience downtown.
The weekend's big winners who scorched: "The Heat's" Demian Bechir, Sandra Bullock, Melissa McCarthy, and Paul Feig. (Jennifer Graylock/Getty Images)
Matt Blank, Liev Schrieber, and David Nevins kick-started Showtime's "Ray Donovan" in West Hollywood this week before Sunday's post-"Dexter" premiere on Sunday night. (Photo by Eric Charbonneau.)
From teenage paparazzi to a GTA-inspired glimpse behind another sensational curtain, Adrian Grenier expands his documentary producing career by saluting his one-sheet for "How To Make Money Selling Drugs" at the IFC Center in NYC.
Producer Bert Marcus, with writer/director Matthew Cooke and Grenier at the New York screening. (Photo by Rommel Demano)