Stars and squirts alike departed with nothing but smiles from the April 29 fund-raiser, which collected more than $1.5 million for the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. The annual event drew more than 600 pint-size patrons from the New York area for playtime with celebs. Brooke Shields
drew a tic-tac-toe gig: "Maybe they didn't trust my basketball prowess," she said. "But I got game!" Unlike New York Giant Jason Sehorn, who helped his charges hurl kid-size pigskins. "They're better than I am," he complained. Maybe a boost from Chloë would have helped.
As a game host, Chloë Sevigny isn't quite as tough as Anne "Weakest Link" Robinson. Running the Frisbee-toss booth at the Kids for Kids fair in New York City's Central Park, the actress boosted a tot onto a table for a better shot at a tire target. "I'm scared I'm gonna walk away with some bruises," she joked as she ducked for cover.