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Posted at 2:21 AM ET, 12/ 6/2010

Hey, isn't that...?: Tyrese, Christy Turlington

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Tyrese, back in his "Death Race" days. (Takashi Seida)

  • Tyrese Gibson drawing a small mob in front of the Verizon Center ticket windows at the Georgetown-Utah State game Saturday -- which might have happened anyway to the model/movie star, but the videocamera following him around maybe tipped off the crowd. Gibson was rewarding a bunch of hardworking Bates Middle School students with box seats to the game, via the Communities in Schools program.

  • Christy Turlington dining at Estadio with a group Thursday night. The supermodel (a regular celebvocate visitor on maternal-health issues) gets points for venturing off the usual VIP grid to the new Logan Circle hot spot.
  • By The Reliable Source  | December 6, 2010; 2:21 AM ET
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