Will Ferrell Sings at Harlow; Rihanna Has Soho House All-Nighter

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Actor Will Ferrell leaves the "Late Show With David Letterman" taping at the Ed Sullivan Theater on December 16, 2013 in New York City.
Anchorman loves ice cream. Photo: Ray Tamarra/WireImage

The holiday season can be a time for reviving old alliances and forging new connections, but not all celebrities this week experienced idyllic Love Actually–style endings. Rihanna seemed to click with A$AP Rocky at Soho House, but Leonardo DiCaprio was rejected at 1 Oak. Elsewhere, Calvin Klein avoided people altogether at the Soho Grand. This, and more, straight ahead.

1 Oak: Wolf of Wall Street sybarite Leonardo DiCaprio's attempted 3 a.m. flirt session with a Danish model went unrequited. [Page Six/NYP]

Bagatelle: Ryan Seacrest valiantly resisted the urge to partake in boozy brunch in favor of talking shop with NBC chairman Ted Harbert. [Page Six/NYP]

Bill’s Bar & Burger After recently announcing his separation from Idina Menzel, Taye Diggs watched the Knicks with his son before hitting Tao Downtown with some friends. [Page Six/NYP]

Benjamin Steak House: Kenan Thompson went out for a friend's birthday. [amNY]

David Burke: Steve Carell reportedly enjoyed the chicken chili. [amNY]

Harlow: Will Ferrell sang songs in Swedish while indulging in a few ice-cream sundaes. [Page Six/NYP]

Lavo Miley Cyrus was spotted in midtown east, twerking with a lucky someone, perhaps. [Page Six/NYP]

Moran's Chelsea: Peter Dinklage had a casual night out at the bar with a date. [Page Six/NYP]

Old Homestead: Paul Giamatti had steaks with pals in the meatpacking district. [Page Six/NYP]

Pounds & Ounces: Gerard Butler was swarmed by a small army of Santas after brunch. [Page Six/NYP]

SoHo Grand: Calvin Klein was allergic to people at the eleventh-annual charity toy drive: He arrived, saw the large crowd, then departed immediately. [Page Six/NYP]

Soho House: Rihanna may have been seeking an encore to her kissing cameo on A$AP Rocky's Fashion Killa music video: The pair were "looking very friendly." [Page Six/NYP]