All hailed the Chief, except President Clinton, who hailed guest Michael Douglas at a state dinner for French President Jacques Chirac. "You should be in my place," Clinton joked with the star of The American President.
No, that's not Robert De Niro yucking it up with Harrison Ford: It's Allan Dell, owner of Hogs & Heifers, a New York City honky-tonk, where Ford shot pool during a break from filming Devil's Own, a thriller with Brad Pitt
Wynonna's little sis (and Sisters alum) Ashley Judd generated some heat at the L.A. premiere of John Travolta's action film Broken Arrow. She costars with Mira Sorvino in HBO's biopic Norma Jean and Marilyn, due in May.
Andy Garcia didn't need to look for things to do in L.A. He attended the premiere of Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead, a black comedy in which he plays an inept gangster who tries to pull off one last caper.
Blues rocker Joan Osborne and the Pretenders' Chrissie Hynde (right) compared fashion notes at The White Room, a music revue in London. Osborne's five Grammy nominations (CBS, Feb. 28) include Album of the Year.
The day after Groundhog Day, Bill Murray (right) and partner Glen Campbell beat runners-up Kevin Costner (left) and Andy Garcia to win the celebrity shootout at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, chaired by Clint East' wood (below, with fiancée Dina Ruiz). Murray, dressed in overalls, teed off on one hole with an exploding ball and later won by draining a 50-foot putt. "I can't believe I'm giving a check to someone dressed like you," AT&T president Robert Allen told Murray, who replied, "I can't believe I'm taking a check from someone like you."