Star sightings: Melissa McCarthy, Andy Cohen, Gloria Estefan

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SEEN ON THE SCENE: While in town shooting scenes for their upcoming “Michelle Darnell” flick, Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Bell enjoyed a few cocktails in the Library Bar at Public Hotel. … The Cubs’ Addison Russell, Anthony Rizzo and Jake Arrieta, plus retired NBA player Raja Bell,the one-and-onlyLeBron James and “Chicago Fire” actor Logan Pause were spied (separately) dining at RPM Italian, where ex-NBA’er Jared Jefferies was seen having dinner before heading up to Studio Paris for a bit o’ partying at the hot nightclub where The Game and Trey Songz were also spotted. … Other recent RPM Italian sightings have included the Pirates’ Andrew McCutchen, Bravo TV mainstay Andy Cohen (while in town for his Chicago Theatre gig with best pal Anderson Cooper), Oscar-winning director and South Side native Robert Zemeckis, “Today” anchor (and former Fox Chicago morning anchor Tamron Hall, A few eagle-eyed baseball fans caught sight of MLB Commissioner Emeritus Bud Selig at RPM Steak, where Marilyn Manson chowed down with Billy Corgan, and (separately) Gloria Estefan (here for rehearsals for the Broadway-bound “On Your Feet!” musical, based on her and husband Emilio Estefan’samazing life) was also seen dining. … Mayor Rahm Emanuel celebrated his second inaugural by lunching at Le Colonial Monday. … Yes, that was Jimmy Butler at the Bull & Bear. … While in town for their concert Krewella slipped into Siena Tavern. … Cubs manager Joe Maddon got his sushi fix over the weekend at Jellyfish on Rush. … Speaking of sushi — Jerry Reinsdorf’s fishery of choice the other night was Japonais by Morimoto. … Ex-Dodgers player Eric Gagne checked out Chicago Cut Steakhouse. … Ditto for the Hawks’ Teuvo Teravainen and the former Bulls star Bill Cartwright and (separately) Cubbies Anthony Rizzo, Jason Hammel, Jason Motte, Kris Bryant, Jon Lester and Jake Arrieta.

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