‘Celeste and Jesse’ Stars Swarm Hotel Chantelle; Roxy Cottontail Rocks the DL

After a screening at the Landmark Sunshine Theatre the party for Celeste and Jesse Forever moved to the roof of Hotel Chantelle where nice guy David Schwimmer was being such a nice guy. Other celebs included film co-writer/actress Rashida Jones, Diane Sawyer, Mike Nichols, and Anne Hathaway. We had just seen the Batman flick and my crew couldn’t wait to ogle the latest Catwoman. She may not be Julie Newmar or Eartha Kitt or even Michelle Pfeiffer and thank god she didn’t try to be. She was wonderful, fun, fabulous and just lovely and I loved her. 

When the halo of celebrity wore thin we rushed accross the street for Roxy Cottontail’s Rooftop Wednesdays at DL 95 Delancey. It was all mayhem as a colorful crowd was sparring for lens time in some video shoot. It turns out that Breedlove who I swear is following me as I saw him just the night before, and Roxy and Chew Fu were making this video and all those who go bump in the night needed to be involved. Bugsy was at the door and we were showing off tats and telling war stories. This crowd was all downtown glitter and fun and I’ll be back. 

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