A Place Too Cool for Paris?
Kirstie Alley capped her recent 53rd birthday with two parties and a slice of double-chocolate cheesecake. The new Jenny Craig spokeswoman cut her low-cal cake at Showtime's Television Critics' Association bash at L.A.'s Universal Hilton, where she was promoting her upcoming show Fat Actress. Afterward, she headed home for a small dinner party thrown by her kids, Lillie, 10, and William, 12. Alley says she's already lost 10 lbs. on the diet plan, which delivers meals to her home, and hopes to lose another 60. "I want to be a really skinny fat actress," she tells us.
Actors aren't the only ones giving generously to help the victims of the South Asia tsunami – some sexy tennis players are also showing their, um, love (sorry). Roger Federer, Andy Roddick and Lleyton Hewitt, the top three ranked players in the world (respectively), have each donated autographed match racquets that will be auctioned in one lot on ATPTennis.com to benefit UNICEF's relief effort. (Bidding closes Jan. 28, so warm up your wallets, tennis fans.) Spanish tennis star Carlos Moya (one of PEOPLE's 50 Most Beautiful in 1999), No. 5 in the world, donated the $52,000 prize he won at the ATP Chennai Open in India on Jan. 10 to tsunami victims. "I want the money I have earned here to help the survivors of one of the worst tragedies of our times," he told reporters after his 18th ATP title win. "It is a small contribution, which I hope will help the affected families. They deserve all the help they can get."
Caught in the Act
Teri Hatcher, Nicollette Sheridan, Shannon Elizabeth and Jamie-Lynn DiScala, at the Silver Spoon Hollywood Buffet at a mansion in the Hollywood Hills two days before the Golden Globes. Hatcher and Sheridan scooped up bag after bag of gifts, including $500 packages from Australian makeup line Napoleon and hand-sequined shirts from Rock Solid.
By JOANNE FOWLER, BRENDA RODRIGUEZ, MARISA LAUDADIO, LINDA TRISCHITTA and DANA MELTZER