updated 10/23/1995 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 10/23/1995 AT 01:00 AM EDT
Fashion Cafe co-owner Elle Macpherson horned in on musician Joshua Redman (Spirit of the Moment) when he presented a saxophone to the Manhattan theme eatery. "Just put it in your mouth and blow," he said.
Don't cry for me, I'm Evita! Madonna took a break from recording the Evita soundtrack and posed with her sexy costars in the musical's movie version, which starts shooting in January. Auto pitchman (and Tony Award winner) Jonathan Pryce (left) plays Argentine dictator Juan Peron; Assassins' Antonio Banderas costars as the narrator, Che.
Cindy Crawford snapped to attention when Luke Perry of Beverly Hills, 90210 playfully proffered gator aid. The pair were attending a party in Orlando for Pepsi Max, a new no-sugar cola.
Chastity Bono (left), daughter of Rep. Sonny Bono and Cher, joined Candace Gingrich, Newt's half sister, for "A Family Outing" in Dallas. They headlined National Coming Out Day at the state fair.
Pop star Jon Secada's been framed at Sardi's in Manhattan, which hung his caricature because of his super-cool performance in Broadway's Grease! He just released his third Spanish-language album, Amor, and last week performed as one of Pope John Paul II's warm-up acts in Central Park.
Speed's Keanu Reeves slowed down to meet comic Richard Pryor at the Comedy Store in L.A. Pryor, now battling multiple sclerosis, published his autobiography, Pryor Convictions and Other Life Sentences, this year. Reeves is due to begin filming the action thriller Dead Drop next month.
The name's Turner. Tina Turner. And as theme songstress for the upcoming James Bond flick Golden-eye, she got primped (by L.A. hairdresser Arthur John, left, and New York City makeup artist Kevyn Aucoin) to make the music video in London. A longtime 007 fan, Tina says her favorite James Bond theme song is Shirley Bassey's Goldfinger from 1964.
Deirdre Hall took sons Tully, 10 months, and David, 3, to the Disney Studios in L.A. She stars in an upcoming ABC movie, Deirdre Hall's Story: After All, based on the birth of her sons to a surrogate mom.
Oh, Mare! Former TV pals Valerie Harper (left) and Mary Tyler Moore reunited backstage at Harper's Off-Broadway play Death Defying Acts. MTM's CBS drama New York News debuted last month.