updated 07/10/1995 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 07/10/1995 AT 01:00 AM EDT
What's up, Doc? ER's Noah Wyle moved to the head of the cast when he swapped IVs for a fishing pole on the windswept Mediterranean shores of Tel Aviv. Wyle also toured Jerusalem while promoting the series that has become a bigger hit than falafel in Israel since it premiered there in April.
Shipshape and see-worthy, cover girls Tyra Banks (left) and Niki Taylor sailed into the Water Club in New York City to announce the winner of the 1995 YM High School Cover Girl contest, a nationwide search for the face of the future, won by Summer Altice, 15, of Fountain Valley, Calif.
Friends on camera (and off), Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow (right), served as cohosts of the VH1 Honors in L.A. The live broadcast from the Shrine Auditorium featured an appearance by Michael Jackson and performances by Whitney Houston, Boyz II Men and Bette Midler, all among the cable channel's honorees this year.
Fly-guy Kevin Bacon and his wife, actress Kyra Sedgwick (Murder in the First), counted down the seconds to the L.A. opening of Apollo 13, which blasted into theaters last Friday, June 30. Bacon portrays real-life astronaut Jack Swigert in director Ron Howard's space thriller based on NASA's ill-fated 1970 moon mission.
Catherine Deneuve (left) and Martin Scorsese showed off their respective daughters—Chiara Mastroianni, 24 (dad is Marcello), and Domenica Scorsese, 19 (mom is journalist Julia Cameron)—at the new Manhattan premiere of Belle de Jour, Luis Buñuel's 1967 classic starring Deneuve and presented for reissue by Scorsese.
Dr. Quinn's Jane Seymour got chinny with chum Suki, her shih tzu, at Purina's Fit and Trim day in L.A., which educates dog lovers on the care of their pets. Seymour is taking good care of herself too: She and her husband, director James Keach, are expecting twins in January.