And this all took place at the same event! A gala at New York City's Whitney Museum, naturally.
Let's start with everyone's favorite Uma. Thurman wouldn't leave hotelier beau Andre Balazs's side while posing for photos throughout the evening. The couple got cuddly for photographers, and when Thurman was asked to pose alone, she said: "I'm not solo so I'm not standing solo."
Yup, Uma and Andre were more attached than Rumer Willis to Lindsay Lohan.
Meanwhile, Michelle Williams was interview by People magazine at the afterparty. She was asked if her and Heath Ledger planned to instill an appreciation for at in baby Matilda.
"Well, where we live we have a lot of art on the wall, and we have a lot of sophisticated things in the nursery," Williams said. "But we try to keep it real and child-friendly, but with stuff that will last a lifetime."
Finally, the Idiot of the Night award went to ex-Saturday Night Live star and unfunny man, Jimmy Fallon.
He actually showed up wearing a Paul McCartney button and touting: He's the best. He's the one and only. "He's my man. He's my favorite. Yeah, I love Paul. I've got to support him."
That's like supporting Brangelina in its fight against gay marriage critics. Which other side would you take, Jimmy?!?
McCartney is filing from a divorce from a money hungry former call girl. There's a reason you haven't seen any Heather Mills buttons around.
Instead of treating the revered ex-Beatle like a charity case and exploiting his situation for personal attention, try not laughing at your own jokes for a change, Fallon.