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- January 08, 2001
- Vol. 55
- No. 1
Friends in deed—Courteney Cox Arquette Arquette, Lisa Kudrow and Jennifer Aniston—cohosted L.A.'s Fire & Ice Ball, which benefits women's cancer research. The disease has touched "a lot of women in my own family," Aniston told USA Today.
At the L.A. premiere of his film Miss Congeniality, Benjamin Bratt's mom, Eldy, a Peruvian-born activist for Native American causes, flashed a set of pearly whites to rival that of Bratt's sweetie, Julia Roberts.
Dahlink! It was the United Nations of glamor at an awards gala in Paris, where Euro-beauties Gina Lollobrigida, Ivana Trump and Ursula Andress put their coiffed heads together for an impromptu summit.
Here's looking at you, kid: Brad Pitt headed to Casablanca to shoot scenes for The Spy Game, a thriller in which he stars with Robert Redford. (Now that's a beautiful friendship.) Morocco plays the part of war-torn '80s Beirut.
A sequel to Six Days, Seven Nights? Not by the hair of my chinny-chin-chin! A fuzzy-faced Harrison Ford gabbed while strolling on New York City's Madison Avenue. Ford separated from wife Melissa Mathison in November.
Making good on a promise to mom Lucille Harrison Shaquille O'Neal scored a sheepskin from Louisiana State University. Now he can earn a living.
That '70s Show's Ashton Kutcher (left)—who faces one of life's most profound questions in the movie Dude, Where's My Car?—got a leg up on TV castmates Mila Kunis and Danny Masterson at the L.A. premiere of the film Traffic, which costars another '70s pal, Topher Grace.
Thanks for all the campaign donations? No, this time Bill Clinton is honoring Barbra Streisand as one of 12 National Medal of Arts winners. "The whole world knows her voice, her face," Clinton said.
Compared to being the father of teens, the Cuban missile crisis was no sweat for Kevin Costner in Thirteen Days. At an L.A. bash for the film, Costner squired kids Anne, 16 (far left), Lily, 14 (second from right), and Joe, 12, plus gal pal Christine Baumgartner.
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