COLD FRONT: Ne-Yo, who took in Givenchy’s men’s show on Friday night, confirmed rumors that he has been working with American Idol runner-up Jessica Sanchez on what is likely to be her debut single. “Nothing is set in stone just yet, but she has an incredible voice and it was an honor to do the sessions for her,” said the R&B star, who declined to reveal the title of the song. “I would if I could, but I believe in opening the gift on Christmas,” he joked.
Noomi Rapace said she was heading back to New York, having spent time there last year shooting “Dead Man Down,” scheduled for U.S. release in March. She returns to the Big Apple next month to start work on “Animal Rescue,” the eagerly awaited new project from “Bullhead” director Michaël Roskam. “It’s one of the best scripts I’ve read in a long time,” the Swedish actress enthused.
French actress Christa Theret revealed her next movie is based on the real-life story of Florence Rey, the young woman who hit headlines in 1994 after going on a shooting spree in central Paris with her boyfriend. Theret will tackle the title role.
Seemingly oblivious to the snowfall outside, Kristen McMenamy dropped her fur jacket to reveal a flimsy silk negligé. “You know what, my nipples stand out, which looks better. It’s fashion over function. I don’t care, I’m buffalo — I can take the cold,” said the model, who will be walking in the Atelier Versace couture show on Sunday.