Country Fair

With the Vanity Fair party out, the Governor's Ball, normally just a stop-over for winners and presenters, was way more packed than usual after Sunday's...

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Later, Stone and Jamie Niven called a bawdy auction that raised over $5 million and John sang duets with Mary J. Blige and Jake Shears, who was wearing a lime green corduroy Marc Jacobs suit. "Ladies always get to have all the fun," Shears said. "For me, black tie means dress the opposite of everyone else in the room. I want to feel as unique as any woman walking around in a gown."

Calista Flockhart and Harrison Ford headed home around midnight, while across town, the Miramax bash was still going strong, high on the four wins for its film "No Country for Old Men": including best picture, best supporting actor (Javier Bardem), and best director and best adapted screenplay (Joel and Ethan Coen). Ethan Coen had no idea where he was going to store his little gold man, but he won't be giving it away like Tilda Swinton said she would in her acceptance speech. "We'll find a place for it," he said.

Nearby, Bardem and Penélope Cruz were dancing to Blondie, and Diane Lane was bobbing up and down on her husband Josh Brolin's lap. "My buttons are bursting for him," she said.

Where were she and Brolin headed to next? "I'm not sure," she said, which could have meant Madonna's party at Guy Oseary's house or Prince's late-night bash. "I'm up for anything. We got a babysitter."
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