We Wouldn’t Let Billy Bush Into Our Party Either [Sundance News]


True to the national climate, this year’s Sundance saw conservative buying, a green theme, and less exorbitant everything, including celebrity behavior. Making the biggest splashes thus far: Sin Nombre and An Education — two films about 16-year-old girls that embody the Obama age. [Variety]

Access Hollywood host Billy Bush didn’t have access to Self Magazine’s party celebrating Trudie Styler’s documentary, Crude. Sting, Pierce Brosnan, Emma Roberts, and Kevin Bacon, all of who were invited, watched as he was “escorted” out by friend and NBC Entertainment Chief, Ben Silverman. [PageSix]

For a relatively hard to shock crew, Mike Tyson’s speeches around Sundance are leaving rooms aghast. His latest, while partygoers were dining at Bon Appetit’s Supper Club bash post-screening, was to say “people are offering me a lot of p***y and a lot of money again.” When people gave a courtesy laugh, he scolded them, explaining that it’s not a good thing because it only gets him in trouble. [NYDN]

You can always count on a Lohan to make a party cool. This time it was Lindsay’s deadbeat dad Michael who was spotted at Harry O’s — he was working the door. [E!]