The real "Veep", Vice President Joe Biden, approached "Veep's" Reid Scott at the Human Rights Campaign's annual gala on Saturday night and gave him an executive command: "Make sure you give me the same advice you give your boss on the show!" Above, the VP with HRC's Chad Griffin and Reid Scott with fiance Ellspeth Keller.
DGA President Paris Barclay with family, and "Scandal's" Jeff Perry with Linda Lowy at the HRC's gala at the JW Marriott downtown.
Birthday boy Perez Hilton gets a lift from Emilio Estefan at his Madonna-themed 36th birthday party in NYC on Saturday night. A majority of guests came dressed in various incarnations of Madonna, including two in baseball uniforms as a tribute to "A League of Their Own." (Photo by Noam Galai/WireImage)
Pals like Jeff Probst, "Game of Thrones'" Lena Heady, and Rob Corddy (with daughter) joined Dominic Monaghan at the L.A. Zoo premiere for season two of his BBC America show "Wild Things" on Saturday.
Meanwhile on the Disney Lot, "The Pirate Fairy" had its world premiere: Tinker Bell, the film's director Peggy Holmes, Carlos Ponce, Mae Whitman, Christina Hendricks, producer Jenni Magee Cook, and DisneyToon Studios SVP Meredith Roberts.
Host Cheryl Hines (w/ Robert F. Kennedy Jr.) arrives at Jeanne and Tony Pritzker's house in Beverly Hills, an event for UCLA's Institute of the Environment and Sustainability. Linkin Park's Chester Bennington and Mike Shinoda played and picked up honors on Friday night.
Inside, Johnny McDaid and Courteney Cox.
Honoree Lawrence Bender with Alexandria Jackson, and Anjelica Huston inside the Pritzker spread. The Pritzkers gave $20 million to UCLA's environmental research.
Robert Morse and Matthew Weiner backstage at "Man Men's" night at Paleyfest on Friday. For all the details on "that scene", check out L.A. Ross' full report.
"Anne Hathaway's hair is delicious," says a bird at the Miami Walk of Fame Inauguration on Friday afternoon. #WeirdBird
January Jones photo-bombs Barry Manilow and Carole Bayer Sager at the Rebels with a Cause gala on the Paramount Lot Thursday night.
Jimmy Kimmel hosted the tribute to Larry Ellison on stage, and Brad Grey hosted it "off stage". Pharrell (with David Foster) might have had a St. Patrick's Day leftover, sporting an emerald Arby's hat for his performance. (Kimmel/Grey by Alex J. Berliner/AB Images.)
Meanwhile at the Chinese Theatre, the "Cesar Chavez" premeire. Participant Media CEO Jim Berk, star Michael Pena, Dolores Huerta, and Participant Media Chairman Jeff Skoll huddled up at the after party. (Photo by Todd Williamson/Invision)
Joe Manganiello and Arnold Schwarzenegger synched up at Open Road's "Sabotage" premiere at L.A. Live on Wednesday night.
Only a few yards away at the Grammy Museum, a full crowd got to learn what it's like "Being Dionne Warwick," a benefit for MusiCares.
Catherine Keener hugs her "Maladies" producer Charles Goodson after an intimate screening at Soho House on Wednesday. James Franco (not there) and Fallon Goodson (who was there) co-star with Keener in the off-beat Franco indie that gets a theatrical release this Friday.
In much tamer news out of Australia on Thursday, Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield started the promotional marathon for the Spiderman sequel (full name: "The Amazing Spider-man 2").
Who: Diane Ladd, George Lopez, Debby Ryan, and Busy Phillips.
Where: Hollygrove's Norma Jean Gala at the Paley Center in Beverly Hills on Wednesday night.
The Scene: Lopez doubled his donation, helping pull in $200,000 for the charity that helps local Hollywood children overcome trauma. As a child, Marilyn Monroe was a beneficiary.
The Lionsgate executive suite surrounds star Shailene Woodley at the "Divergent" premiere in Westwood on Tuesday: Patrick Wachsberger, Erik Feig, Rob Friedman, and Steve Beeks.
Who: Chris Messina, Jennifer Grey, Clark Gregg and serial Ryan Gosling producer Jamie Patricof.
Where: Tribeca Film Festival's L.A. Reception.
Why: The 2014 fest in lower Manhattan doesn't kick off for another month, but those involved (like those above) pre-gamed at the Beverly Hilton on Monday night during St. Patrick's Day Revelry.
President of Tribeca Enterprises Jon Patricof, producer Mike Tollin (of "Smallville", "One Tree Hill, and "30 for 30" fame) Cash Warren (of Jessica Alba fame) and Patricof at the west coast Tribeca kick off.
Candace Cameron Bure and Danica McKellar after-partied their "Dancing with the Stars"premieres at what looks like it will be this season's Monday cast hangout, Mixology101 at the Grove.
No Sundance, no problem. Hollywood still invaded Park City for Operation Smile's 3rd Annual Celebrity Ski & Smile Challenge in Park City this week. Top: "Nerd Machine" co-founder David Coleman, Daneia Sanadiki, Aisha Tyler. Bottom: Stephanie Argyros, Geoff Stults, and Event Chair Billy Bush.
NBC Entertainment President Jennifer Salke is the weekend's chair, here on the slopes at the Canyons with daughters Georgia and Kate. Her husband, Fox 21 president Bert Salke, was also on scene.
Jason Ritter, Missy Peregrym, Nerd HQ chief Zach Levi, and Zach Levi in the lodge. (Photos by Tessa Barton for Operation Smile).
Who: Miss Piggy, Joan Rivers, and Kermit the Frog
Where: QVC's Headquarters in Pennsylvania
Why: Continuing a prolonged promo stunt for "Muppets Most Wanted" that started Oscar weekend with Joan Rivers "falling in to a cake" at the Four Seasons, the three semi-real creatures crossed paths at QVC this week.
But a funnier interview came from DJ Whoo Kid on SiriusXM where Kermit sounded off on restalyne, Nicki Minaj, and what he likes to eat in Atlanta (mosquitoes).