Some folks think that rocker Billy Idol's only facial expression is a congenital sneer. Not true. Outside L.A.'s Spago restaurant, Idol showed that simply by inserting his fingers in his mouth and pulling, he could persuade his lips to assume another expression. As for his expressive clothing, Idol, in a masterly understatement, recently described his style as "definitely all there."
I do, We do, Katmandu
When Dynasty's Pamela Bellwood, 35, and her beau, photographer Nik Wheeler, 43, tied the knot in Nepal, they departed the ceremony on an elephant. Bellwood, who describes the wedding as "a beautiful and magical moment," was also delighted that someone else got to carry the trunk.
Resigned to his fate
Edward Adeane (in glasses) will no longer come between Charles and Diana. After six years he quit as the Prince's private secretary, the sixth member of Charles' entourage to resign since the royal wedding. London tabloids are having a field day speculating that working for Di is a royal pain.
Can you have a chuckle on the way to Armageddon? In Hitler's SS: Portrait in Evil, Tony Randall portrays an anti-Nazi comedian. "It's the only part that has any humor," says Randall, who notes that the jokes are at best bittersweet. "The whole point," he says, "is that there's lunacy in the human race. It can happen here."
Admiring the fetching glass etching that graces her New York apartment are Pia Zadora and her 3-week-old daughter, Kady—the name of the wanton nymphette that Pia played in Butterfly. Alas, Kady couldn't fully appreciate the view—she suffered a minor injury during delivery and wears an eyepatch.