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Heidi Klum Demonstrates Her Hot Table Dancing Skills On Jay Leno’s Desk

If her insane costumes are any indication, Heidi Klum has got to be really really fun at parties. And the super-modeling legend confirmed our theory last night when she swung by The Tonight Show and she ended up dancing on Jay Leno’s desk in a sheer black dress! It all started when she described how she spent the Golden Globes, (un)officially known as the most raucous night in Hollywood.

“I had fun. I was with my friend Lorraine Schwartz, she’s like one of the best jewelry designers,” said the former Victoria’s Secret angel. “We were at the Harvey Weinstein party afterwards, and she was like, ‘This party is so boring, we need to do something fun.’ And she’s like, ‘Go and dance on the table,’ so, someone had to.” And she was just the one to do it! “So I did. And, you know, I had a few glasses of champagne and so I was like, ‘Why not?’”

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American Pie Cast Then And Now: No One’s Mellowing With Age

After a long nine years since the last theatrical installment (sorry, we’re not counting those four revered direct-to-DVD masterpieces), American Reunion finally hits theaters today. From what we’ve heard, the latest chapter of the American Pie franchise is gonna be the wildest yet! Although some of the gang is married with kids, it doesn’t mean they’ve mellowed with age. VH1 News hit up the L.A. premiere and managed to catch up with Chris Klein, who plays lax-bro incarnate Chris “Oz” Ostreicher in the series and offered this comparison to the original: “It’s more fun because the jokes are a little crazier, and I think us as a cast is a little bit crazier,” he told our very own Kate Spencer. “I don’t think anybody is any more mature or responsible than we were when we were 18 and 19 years old.” Phew, that’s a relief!

It’s hard to believe it’s been a whopping 13 years since the beloved original was released. Check out the gallery below to see your favorite American Pie stars, all grown up! From pie-shaggin’ Jason Biggs to band camper Alyson Hannigan, Glee-wanna-be Mena Survari to Stifler’s Mom, they’re all here! Head on down to see, and get ready to feel reallllly old…

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[Photo: Universal Pictures]

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Seann William Scott Out Of Rehab, Ready To Work

Seann William Scott checked into rehab last month voluntarily, to take care of  “health and personal issues”. The specifics were not revealed, only that they were serious enough for him to get treatment. Hopefully it’s been a successful stint because his month’s up and Seann’s out of rehab. His spokesperson thinks seems to think so stating that Seann, “completed a successful treatment program.”

We’re hoping for the best for him, considering he has to go to work in a month. The 34-year-old actor will reprise his role as Stifler in American Reunion and as his rep reveals, “he is looking forward to beginning production next month…”

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Who Wants To See The American Pie Reunion? Probably Not The Stars Who Went To The Original Premiere

American Pie lovers (all both of yous) will be happy to hear the news that most of the film’s stars have signed on for one more sequel called American Reunion. It’s not that we hate the movie—we actually quite enjoyed it when it came out—but any goodwill toward the film was lost with each subsequent sequel (American Pie 2, American Wedding) and spinoff (American Pie Presents Band Camp, American Pie Presents The Naked Mile, American Pie Presents Beta House, American Pie Presents The Book Of Love) that came out of the franchise. But now, there will be (at least) one last hurrah.

American Reunion has signed every major actor from the film (though Alyson Hannigan is still a maybe) to reprise the roles they played in the 1999 film, with Jason Biggs, Eugene Levy, and Seann William Scott among them. If you weren’t really paying attention back then, this movie was a phenomenon, a must-see blockbuster that was unprecedented for its raunchiness, which explains the star-studded turnout at its premiere twelve years ago. We unearthed some amazing photos from that hot summer night in 1999 of some serious A-listers at the premiere and it made us wonder: Would these people be caught dead at the premiere for American Reunion? Probably not, but check out the gallery and see for yourself.

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[Photos: Getty Images]

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Seann William Scott Voluntarily Checks Into A Treatment Center

Seann William Scott has checked himself voluntarily into a treatment facility for “health and personal issues”. The 34-year-old actor, best known for his role as Stifler in the American Pie series, has not divulged any other details on what those issues are, or what prompted him to take his decision. All we know is that he has confirmed the news and his spokesperson has stated, “Seann William Scott has voluntarily admitted himself for proactive treatment to address health and personal issues. He appreciates the support of his many fans at this time.”  We wish him well, but have to admit, we’re pretty curious about why he’s in rehab in the first place.

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Tracy Morgan Kicks It Old School At Cop Out Premiere

Bruce Willis & Tracy Morgan

While a red-leather warm-up suit is still arguably a suit (and certainly sharper than director Kevin Smith‘s flapping denim shorts), Tracy Morgan‘s red leather ensemble certainly stuck out at the premiere of Cop Out in NYC last night, his new buddy cop movie with Bruce Willis (who prefers to save his clowning for Letterman appearances and chose a more traditional business suit for the event). Considering how much the poster for Cop Out suggests the tagline his 30 Rock character’s classic Black Cop/White Cop (“One does the duty; the other gets the booty!”), maybe he pulled a “What Would Tracy Jordan Do?” when rummaging through his wardrobe. You know he’d approve of that monogrammed medallion.

Also attending the premiere were Seann William Scott, Michelle Trachtenberg, Jane Krakowski, Adam Brody and Kelly Ripa. See what they wore in the gallery below (seriously, Kevin Smith…lose the shorts).

[Photo: Splash News Online]

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Thanks For The Mammaries

Universal came up with a very interesting – and fun – way to advertise the new Paul Rudd flick Role Models, where Paul and co-star Seann William Scott play trouble-making pals who get sentenced to 150 hours of community service mentoring kids. Play “Mammary,” a humorous variation of the classic card game “Memory” that tests your cleavage IQ!