Katy Perry got lucky in West Hollywood this week – but it’s not what you think.
The singer won a host of casino-themed games at an L.A. bash debuting her brand-new flavor of popchips. Kind of appropriate for a pop star, right?
Meanwhile, Selena Gomez celebrated her Nylon magazine cover with a little help from her friends.
Want more details on these celebrity sightings and more? Join us as we go beyond the velvet rope – and see all the action in our photo gallery!
THE WHO: Katy Perry
THE WHAT: Trying her hand at slot machines and Blackjack — and asking the card dealer,“Are you sure you know how to deal?” Hey, she was just kidding.
THE WHERE: The casino-themed launch of her brand-new popchips flavor, Katy’s Kettle Corn, in West Hollywood
WHY WE WISH WE WERE THERE: Hit us again – we love Blackjack.
THE WHO: Ben Affleck
THE WHAT: Having a toast with his best pal, Matt Damon
THE WHERE: The Moet & Chandon Lounge at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival
WHY WE WISH WE WERE THERE: We just watched Good Will Hunting on Netflix last weekend. Ahhh, memories.
THE WHO: Kate Hudson and her fiancé, Muse frontman Matt Bellamy
THE WHAT: Enjoying a Svedka vodka cocktail – or two – at Muse’s Mexican-themed afterparty following the group’s show at the Staples Center
THE WHERE: Harry Morton’s Pink Taco on the Sunset Strip
THE WHO: Selena Gomez
THE WHAT: Celebrating her Nylon magazine cover, and signing a Coach “Selena” bag as part of an online auction for CharityBuzz, with pals Ashley Tisdale and Ashley Benson
THE WHERE: Soho House in Los Angeles
WHY WE WISH WE WERE THERE: We’d ask what really went on with Beiber. Yeah, we’re nosy like that.
THE WHO: Ice-T and Coco
THE WHAT: Enjoying a late-night meal of steak and truffle fries
THE WHERE: STK Midtown’s one-year anniversary bash in NYC
WHY WE WISH WE WERE THERE: Who doesn’t want to bask in the glow known as Coco?
THE WHO: Taylor Dayne!
THE WHAT: Providing a (much-needed) dose of the ‘80s
THE WHERE: The STK Midtown bash
WHY WE WISH WE WERE THERE: Surely she sang “Tell it to My Heart.” And if you don’t know that one, put on your dancing shoes and watch the video below. (Editor’s note: please excuse her hair…it was the ’80s).