It’s almost Labor Day in New York City, which means most people with money have cleared out of the city and are holed up in their vacation homes on the east end of Long Island. There are some celebs though who have chosen to stick it out in the city this week though for a reason — they scored tickets to the U.S. Open at Flushing Meadows in Queens. This ragtag bunch of tennis enthusiasts have been watching the matches all week and it’s a pretty impressive group — and even more impressive is seeing Anna Wintour dress in her Queens Casual look. Here’s a look at who’s watching the matches. [Photos: Getty Images]
Cipriani’s in downtown Manhattan is not the setting for bar brawls and such, it is what you’d call a classy venue. On Wednesday night, however, Constantine Maroulis got into a fist fight with another party-goer there, over a comment made about Paula Abdul leaving American Idol. Seriously.
Maroulis was just sitting there talking about the show that made him famous, when he expressed his desire to see Paula return to the show. All of a sudden and from out of nowhere, “Some drunk dude tackled me in the middle of the concert and jumped on me,” he Tweeted. Said another source, “It was hilarious! Constantine got into it with this guy who was probably 6 inches shorter and 60 pounds lighter. The guy body-slammed him and punched him in the face and then just stood up, straightened his tie, and said, ‘Bitch, don’t you ever,’ before walking away.”
One of these days we’re going to get our Fly On The Wall machine working just to see a man in a suit say, “Bitch, don’t you ever.” [Photo: GettyImages]