Who attended which?

SO WHO went to the wedding of Georgina Chapman and Harvey Weinstein in Westport, Conn., recently? The guests included Naomi Watts, Cameron Diaz, Renee Zellweger, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony, Eva Mendes, Wendi and Rupert Murdoch, Les Moonves and Julie Chen, Jim Dolan, Jeff Zucker, Lorne Michaels, the Graydon Carters, Anna Wintour, Ron Perelman, Brad Grey and Helena Christensen. Georgina’s brother, Edward, put the crowd in stitches reading Ogden Nash’s poem “A Word to Husbands.” Harvey had requested this four line classic advising husbands “Whenever you’re wrong, admit it; Whenever you’re right, shut up!” Some tributes came via video. They were variously from former President Clinton and Sen. Clinton who both said they hoped Georgina’s fashion taste would rub off on Harvey. Gwyneth Paltrow said on tape that Harvey was a lucky man and Georgina lucky too, “so long as she can get past the dribble on Harvey’s shirt!”

BERNADETTE PETERS and Glenn Close tossed a real showbiz party to celebrate John Travolta’s performance in “Hairspray” and the pic’s producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron. Peters received at the door of Angus McIndoe’s West 44th Street theater hangout. She looked virtually unchanged from back in 1968′s “Dames at Sea” — sexy, voluptuous, a head of brilliant curls and a serene countenance. (Close failed to show as the old flu bug had her.) Travolta arrived unusually early for a big star with no entourage. … Elaine May and Stanley Donen were on hand. She has a new screenplay about Jerusalem, which her former partner Mike Nichols will direct. Stanley was delighted when I mentioned I’d recently seen the little 1951 black and white movie he made with old-time flame, Elizabeth Taylor, “Love is Better Than Ever.” He laughed, “Well, now one person has seen it!’ But wasn’t she charming in it?” And of his great 1968 film, “Two for the Road,” he said, “People always talk to me about how ‘romantic’ it is. But it’s not. It’s really a very hard, tough look at a long marriage. I think it’s because Audrey Hepburn is such a romantic figure. But the movie is not about that at all.”

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