Jane Lynch Project Angel Food

Fitness guru Richard Simmons lends "Glee" star Jane Lynch his jacket at Project Angel Food's Angels Awards Gala on Saturday. (Eric Charbonneau for Project Angel Food)

Jane Lynch plays the scheming Sue Sylvester on "Glee," but in real life the actress was recognized for her big heart on Saturday night by Project Angel Food, which provides meals for people affected by serious illness. Lynch and celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis were the co-honorees at the Angel Awards Gala in Los Angeles. Both ladies wore sleeveless black outfits, and Lynch got a little help from a friend when the evening grew chilly and fitness guru Richard Simmons lent her his bright purple jacket. [Society News L.A.]

Lake Bell, whose film "In a World..." opened Friday, appears on the cover of New York magazine's fall fashion issue wearing only a fake tattoo of winding roses designed by her husband, tat artist Scott Campbell. [The Cut]

Bell doesn't have any real tattoos, she told the Los Angeles Times, because her husband has so many she doesn't need to. "It would be kind of redundant if I got them," she said. [Los Angeles Times]

Bentley Motors is trying to capture women's attention with a new line of luxury handbags set to debut Sunday. The initial offering consists of two styles, with prices starting at $5,500. [WWD]

The Swiss Tourism Agency has apologized to Oprah Winfrey after a sales clerk in a boutique in Zurich wouldn't show her a $38,000 Tom Ford "Jennifer" handbag. Seems the clerk didn't recognize the multimillionaire media maven and thought she wouldn't be able to afford the bag. [Los Angeles Times]

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