updated 11/20/1995 AT 01:00 AM EST
•originally published 11/20/1995 AT 01:00 AM EST
Hugh Grant (below) has a bone to pick after presenting at the Oscars in March. The fun is contagious at the March premiere of Outbreak at the Mann Bruin Theatre in L.A., where Rene Russo (bottom left) and Dustin Hoffman (right) force-feed their costar J.T. Walsh.
Demi Moore (right) always knows how to light up a room. But at the Rainforest Foundation benefit in April at Carnegie Hall, she also chooses to fire up a stogie for her chat with tablemate (and Scarlet Letter costar) Gary Oldman. Get Shorty's John Travolta (below, at a Miramax party in March at L.A.'s now defunct Chasen's) blazes a trail with his own form of oral gratification.
Sure, smoke gets in your eyes, but who'd dare gripe about it to strongman Arnold Schwarzenegger (above, in June at the Best Buddies benefit in Beverly Hills) or MTV-ers Daisy Fuentes and Dan Cortese (left, at the Honolulu Planet Hollywood opening in June).
If you want to star-watch, sometimes it's best to skip to the loo—especially in Manhattan. (Clockwise from top left) Naomi Campbell is unsinkable at a June Absolutely Fabulous screening; Carol Alt finds respite in the ladies' room during September's Central Park West premiere at the Royalton hotel. "Usually," she says, "if the line's too long, I burst into the men's room." Which is where she'd find Ru-Paul, touching up at the April launch of Todd Oldham's perfume, or CPW's John Barrowman, taking a breather at the series' premiere bash.