Celeb Scoop: New York Club Parties Gangnam Style With Leonardo DiCaprio, Stacy Keibler and Gerard Butler

Plus: Jon Stewart vs. Bill O'Reilly, Mimi and Nicki aren't feuding, Mr. Belding is a wrestler now, and more of today's celebrity news.

NYC Parties Gangnam Style. The hippest party ever thrown in the history of the planet happened in New York City over the weekend when Leonardo Dicaprio, Stacy Keibler, Gerard Butler and Paris Hilton were in the VIP section of the same club when Psy—of “Gangnam Style” fame—joined them. The DJ played the song and the whole club did the dance as Psy raised his arms and sipped whiskey. [NY Post]

Mimi vs. Nicki on American Idol? Mariah Carey has said that she and Nicki Minaj on good terms on American Idol, despite reports of the contrary. Now, Ryan Seacrest is trumpeting their cooperation during the show. For the record, we’d like to point out that, if there was a feud, we’d totally be on Team Mariah. [Hollywood Reporter]

Mr. Belding Is a Wrestler Now. Dennis Haskins—the 61-year-old actor most famous for playing Mr. Belding on Saved by the Bell—was a host and guest enforcer at a professional wrestling event in Jersey. Of course it was called “Saved by the Ring Bell.” [TMZ]

Pink’s New Album Drops. The sixth studio album from Doylestown’s Pink, The Truth About Love, hits shelves (iTunes?) on Tuesday. The first single “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” has been out for a while. [Inquirer]

Jon Stewart vs. Bill O’Reilly. The political counterparts will face off in a debate in Washington D.C. on October 6th dubbed “The Rumble in the Air-Conditioned Auditorium.”

Adele Does Bond Song. It looks like Adele will be singing the new Bond theme because the world wants everything awesome and British packed into one 115 minute action flick. [BBC]

NBC Wins With Revolution. The new NBC drama Revolution helped the network to a Monday night ratings victory. Revolution had the strongest debut of any drama in the last three years. [The Wrap]