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    ROLL CALL:  Jen's Night Out With Two Beatles

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    Jen's Night Out With Two Beatles: John Mayer appeared to be the last thing on Jennifer Aniston's mind Saturday night at the David Lynch Foundation "Change Begins Within" show at Radio City Music Hall, where the actress enjoyed a performance by Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr. "She looked really happy," one witness told the New York Daily News's Gatecrasher. "There was a definite glow to her. She couldn't stop smiling." Another eyewitness said Jen had her eye on a fellow concertgoer. "Jen checked out a cute guy walking in. She looked him up and down … twice!" the second eyewitness said. "She flashed him a beaming smile but got pulled back into a conversation with her girlfriends."

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    Mickey Rourke & Bai Ling An Item? Not Bai A Long Shot!: In more non-couple news, actress Bai Ling would like everyone to know she's never been with "The Wrestler" star Mickey Rourke. "She considers Mickey Rourke a friend," her rep to The New York Posts Page Six. "She never had an interest in dating him… Though she is an iconoclast with her fashion, too often she's mislabeled as a tawdry Holly Golightly." For the record, we've never referred to Bai as "a Holly Golightly."

    Hugh Hops on Twitter: We're not sure how he can possible use a Blackberry or iPhone with those giant adamantium claws, but "Wolverine" star Hugh Jackman is now on Twitter. " Landing in Sydney in twelve hours. The WOLVERINE press tour begins. I thought it would be cool to start the tour where the film was made," he posted on Sunday. Follow Hugh on Twitter, HERE!

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    "Housewives" Feud Squashed?: And in more news of people with claws bared and ready to scratch, "The Real Housewives of New York" star Kelly Bensimon told Us Weekly that the verbal smack down on last week's episode with co-star Bethenny Frankel is a thing of the past. "It was just two girls having conflict. I really don't think anything of it. It's over." Adding, "We are friendly." As for any regrets about telling Bethenny that she's not on her level, Kelly said, "You have to stand up for yourself. I don't really think anything of it." Just another day in the life of a "Real Housewife"!

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