Who we saw doing what with who last night... LONDONeye H ER husband may be a strait-laced barclays boss -- but that hasnt stopped diana Jenkins from becoming a fixture on the London party circuit. The self-styled philanthropist, 36, had to be carried out of Guy Ritchies Mayfair boozer last night after a heavy night with the film director and Justin Trousersnake Timberlake. The night began oh so well, with everyone looking fresh-faced at the William Rast Fashion show at selfridges in Oxford street. Justin strutted down the catwalk as he launched his new fashion line, while diana watched from the front row with her swimwear designer pal Melissa Odabash. but things got a little messier as the gang headed to the Wolseley in Piccadilly for dinner before moving on to the Punch bowl in Mayfair, where Guy was throwing a private bash (he always seems to be throwing a private party these days). bosnian-born diana recently spoke of her role as an adviser to the bosnian President. she said: I really want to help the economy. I want to see if I can use any of my personal contacts to bring business to bosnia. Good to see her taking a night off from her duties as an ambassador by getting thoroughly lashed. she had to be carried out at 1am. Justin stayed on for half an hour before heading back to her place until 2.30am. Perhaps they were discussing a new charity venture together. Guy stayed in his boozer -- at one point entertaining guests with a few rousing songs on the banjo -- before calling time at 2am. JUSTIN TImberlake says performing in a tribute concert to michael Jackson could damage his career. He is on a wish list of stars drawn up by aeG, promoters of Jackos ill-fated 50 london shows, but said: There is a level of just me as fan that would feel very cautious about doing something like that. If there would be any pretension, it would not be good. Show me the way to go home: Diana is helped away from the Punch Bowl, where she was partying with Justin Timberlake and Guy Ritchie Tuesday, 30 June 2009 London Lite Terms and conditions apply. All prices exclude VAT. Business Everywhere: Mobile broadband subject to acceptance and eligibility. Unlimited mobile broadband is subject to fair use policy of 5GB per month. Only available to new Business customers. Offer ends 31 July 2009, subject to 24 month plan, see orange.co.uk/businesseverywhere for full details. Other terms apply, see orange.co.uk/business/terms Rated No. 1 mobile broadband network for reliability in independent YouGov Dongle Tracker report April 09. Reliability rankings exclude MVNOs; survey included 2083 respondents. call 0800 079 0482 or go to orange.co.uk/businessdongles unlimited mobile broadband business unlimited mobile broadband for 10 a month the lowest business rate free dongle access to the UKs most reliable network as rated by the YouGov dongle tracker report Timber!Bank bossswifeis JustabitgoneDianacantkeepupwithSnake&Ritchie JTfears Jackotribute H 8 pm Off to a good start: Diana Jenkins and Melissa Odabash last night 1 am H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html