Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Out and about: Diddy, Screech, "Mob Wives" star, actress Tovah Feldshuh

Sean "Diddy" Combs, Saved by the Bell's Screech and Mob Wives' castmate Drita D' Avanzo party in Atlantic City, 93.3 WMMR's Preston Elliott plays drums with Steel Panther, acclaimed actress Tovah Feldshuh visits National Museum of American Jewish History.

Out and about: Diddy, Screech, "Mob Wives" star, actress Tovah Feldshuh

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Sean "Diddy" Combs played some blackjack at the Pool After Dark at Harrah's, where he co-hosted a party Saturday night with "Mob Wives" star Drita D'Avanzo. The last time the music mogul was scheduled to appear at the Harrah's hotspot, a near-riot broke out because of an unruly, overpacked crowd.

On Friday night Dustin Diamond, known to a generation as Screech from "Saved by the Bell," celebrated his 35th birthday with a party at the Pool.

Steel Panther, the '80s hair-metal parody rockers, brought 93.3 WMMR morning host Preston Elliott onstage at their sold-out show at TLA (334 South) Thursday to play drums on their cover of Van Halen's version of the Kinks' "You Really Got Me."

Eagles fullback Owen Schmitt was headbanging in the crowd, which also included Sandra Bullock homewrecker Michelle "Bombshell" McGee, in town for a pillow fight Friday. McGee flashed her breasts to the crowd from the stage at the Steel Panther show. White House party crasher Tareq Salahi, later cuckolded by Journey guitarist Neal Schon who ran off with his wife Michele, joined McGee and promoter Damon Feldman at the pillow fight at the Deck (101 Taylor) in Essington.

Actress, singer and playwright Tovah Feldshuh toured the National Museum of American Jewish History on Thursday. Feldshuh, in the area starring in "Gypsy" at the Bristol Riverside Theatre, was escorted on her tour by museum President and CEO Michael Rosenzweig and Ivy L. Barsky, the museum's chief operating officer. Feldshuh narrates and appears in a film about Golda Meir in the museum's Only in America Gallery/Hall of Fame.

 Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins and wife Johari stopped into Ruth's Chris Steak House (260 S. Broad) for dinner Wednesday before the Temple/Duke game at the Wells Fargo Center. The night before, Duke Coach Mike Krzyzewski and his entire basketball team dined at the steakhouse as well.

Read more from our column in Monday's Daily News.

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