Star Tracks

updated 05/20/1985 at 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 05/20/1985 01:00AM

Cover up
To all the girls that Julio Iglesias, 41, has loved before, few have had to contend with such exposure. Sultry Polynesian model Vaitiare, 20, and the Spanish crooner were surprised while sunbathing near Julio's lavish Lyford Cay estate in the Bahamas. Iglesias reached for a towel to drape around his waist while the topless Vai—operating on the see-no-evil principle—modestly covered her eyes. The pair met while Julio was on vacation in Tahiti and have been seen together often. True love at last for the fickle Julio? Vai not.

When worlds collide
At the ASCAP pop awards in Beverly Hills, one of the more startling sights was super clean-cut Donny Osmond buddying up to hyperrocker Billy Idol. (The two had met once before.) Osmond, a guest at the dinner, was looking for new songs for an album he'll be recording with producer Phil Ramone. Idol was there to collect an award for Eyes Without a Face, one of this year's most performed pop songs. If the music business doesn't work out, Donny and Billy can always try a TV series: The Very Odd Couple.

Split Image
Dark glasses and darker clothes didn't prevent a paparazzo from identifying Linda Ronstadt as she arrived at London's Heathrow Airport. Traveling on the same plane with the singer—but refusing to be photographed with her—was Linda's main squeeze, movie mogul George Lucas. Their trip is probably a working vacation: Lucas is teaming with Muppeteer Jim Henson on a new film, Labyrinth, now in production at London's EMI Elstree Studios.

Page-ing Salieri
After winning the best actor Oscar, what do you do for an encore? "You act," says Amadeus' F. Murray Abraham, who accepted an invite from Geraldine Page (center) to join her nonprofit Mirror Repertory Company, located in New York's Citicorp Center. Murray plays the Ragpicker in the Mirror's continuing production of The Madwoman of Chaillot, starring Page in the title role. The play also features Carrie Nye (right). Murray met Page for the first time at the Oscars. "I kneeled and kissed her hand," he says. "She dubbed me Sir Oscar."

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