The place to be after Sunday night's Emmy Award ceremony? Lindsay Lohan's bedroom. Oh wait. That's the place to be every night. Oh, yes, we went there. Sunday night, though, another place to be is the Entertainment Tonight's 10th Annual Emmys Party.

Stars including Sandra Oh, Calista Flockhart and Denis Leary will head from L.A.'s Shrine Auditorium to the restaurant Asia de Cuba and Skybar at the Mondrian on the Sunset Strip. The theme of the bash? Purple, in honor of the night's special performer, Prince.

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Tom Cruise clearly displeased Viacom Chairman Sumner Redstone enough to get his ass axed this week, but he evidently also committed one of the biggest cardinal sins for any employee -- pissing off the boss' wife!

According to TMZ.com, Paula Fortunato was incensed over one of Cruise's many rants, telling her honcho husband that the actor is a "putz," and that she intended on boycotting Cruise's projects.

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The Gossip isn't here to judge. If you wish to refrain from eating for weeks on end, star in your own version of Sex and the City, or sweat alongside a cycling champion, that's your business.

At least the following celebrities seem to understand their places in society. They're role models, whether they wish to be or not. Grow inspired by their hopeful messages ...

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The singer/dancer/producer has five Grammys to his name. He's also sold over 15 millions copies of the album, "Confessions." Nevertheless, Usher sees his Broadway debut in Chicago as a whole different beast; or relationship, as the case may be.

"Broadway is like a monogamous relationship," the R&B star, told People. "Doing anything else, like acting in Hollywood � which is great � it's like a one-night stand. You do it and then you keep moving."

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Um, remember earlier today when we reported that the Tokyo subway officials banned nude Britney Spears pics on the city's trains? Our bad.

Well, it's not really our fault, since it was true at the time. But now, following the original ban by lame government censors, who called Spears' Harper's Bazaar magazine cover "too stimulating" for young people, the city is now permitting posters of the pretty, pregnant pop princess to proceed as planned, People proclaims.

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