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BRAFF EYES BILSON
October 19, 2005
Provided by: Star Online

Rachel Bilson may be dating Adam Brody, and Zach Braff is still linked to Mandy Moore — but that didn't stop the two from cozying up in a corner all night together at L.A. nightclub The Dime on Oct. 7.

"She was practically sitting in his lap," a source at the club tells Star People. "She kept whispering in his ear, they kept laughing and looked like they were totally into each other." Rachel even did a sexy dance around Zach, as he smiled affectionately. The source says that Zach and Rachel, who were celebrating a friend's birthday party, left at about 1:15 a.m., "side by side."


CATFIGHT OVER JOSH DUHAMEL
October 19, 2005
Provided by: National Enquirer Online
Nasty catfight when Las Vegas star JOSH DUHAMEL's girlfriend — FERGIE of The Black Eyed Peas — walked onto the set and busted co-star LARA FLYNN BOYLE sitting cozily in her man's lap, studying the script! Screaming at Lara Flynn to get off Josh's lap... NOW!... Fergie went wild, warning her to stay away from her man. Stunned Lara Flynn tried calming the sexy singer — then blew up when Fergie got right in her face! Josh tried unsuccessfully to separate the girls, and security came running — rescuing Lara Flynn from flaming Fergie, who stormed off! Producers warned Josh to keep his Wild Eyed Pea under control... or else.

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