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Hollywood got extra glam for the opening of Nine Zero One Moncler Sale salon's new location on Melrose Place in West Hollywood on Saturday night.
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"She was in good spirits and was letting loose," says a source about the star, whose ex Ian Somerhalder recently got engaged to Nikki Reed.
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Julianne Hough (left) and Nina Dobrev Michael Kovac / WireImage But the night wasn't all about the ladies. Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul and his wife Lauren were the first celebrities to arrive at the salon just after 7 p.m.
"He was really attentive with her. They spent about 15 minutes sitting down having a conversation together as if they were on a first date," an onlooker says. "When a friend came up and joined their conversation, he held her hand."

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Ever since she was a little girl, Katie Stagliano knew how to make things grow.
Four years ago, Katie planted the seedling for a 40-pound cabbage that would end up making meals for hundreds of hungry people in her Summerville, S.C., community.
Now 14, she's been growing and feeding people ever since, with her nonprofit Katie's Krops that now seeds 55 kid-grown gardens in 21 states and produces thousands of pounds of vegetables.
In September, the cabbage that started her crusade landed the Pinewood Prep 8th grader in New York City 鈥?and in the company of President Bill Clinton, as one of six recipients of this year's Clinton Global Citizen Awards. "He's really into science," says Katie. "He talked to me about photosynthesis."
Katie works with groups addressing childhood health and nutrition issues and is part of an upcoming documentary Give Me Your Hungry. She's also been featured on the Great American Country cable network's Great American Heroes with Trace Adkins show.
"He's a country boy," says Katie of Adkins. "He makes fun of me and my mom for wearing gardening gloves."
Her now-famous cabbage seedling that she planted in her family's backyard made 275 meals (supplemented with ham and rice) at a homeless shelter in Katie's community.
Says Katie, "I thought, 'Wow, with one cabbage I helped feed that many people? I could do much more.' "
She started other gardens ' in her subdivision, on donated land and on a field at school ' seeded with donated plants and tended by school and community volunteers Katie recruited.
Those vegetables and volunteer networks have sprouted, feeding growing numbers of the needy. Her nonprofit, started in 2010, offers grants of garden center gift cards to fledgling gardeners ages 9-16 to start their own gardens, with a new grant application cycle that goes through Feb. 12. Katie hopes to eventually have gardens in all 50 states.
Katie is active in monthly suppers in Summerville, where kids cook vegetables from their gardens and feed anywhere from 50-150 people. A November dinner in a neighboring community transformed an elementary school into a restaurant for several hundred students and their families.
"A lot of these kids have never been to a real restaurant before and they're not really eating as healthy as they should be," she says.
Despite being thankful for the oversized vegetable that started it all, Katie offers a tiny admission: "I don't really eat cabbage that much. I know I'm supposed to probably love it but it's not one of my favorite vegetables," she says. "But I mean, it's not that bad."
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