At her book party in L.A.'s House of Blues, The Nanny's Fran Drescher (left) entered laughing to promote Enter Whining, her gossipy new memoir. While Blues investor Dan Ackroyd perused her secrets, his onetime Saturday Night Live costar Laraine Newman (far right) got on the stick.
Doll collector Demi Moore (below), hosting an AmFAR dinner and doll auction in Manhattan, was thrilled when hubby Bruce Willis bid $50,000 for this mini-Moore, made for the occasion by Robert Tonner and garbed in the same Dolce & Gabbana scarlet. Later, Sheryl Crow (left) wailed with Willis and his band.
Melrose Place's Grant Show was smmmokin' when he teed off at the Nissan Open at Los Angeles's Riviera Country Club. Show and his team scored 65. Other celebrity swingers included Melrosers Jack Wagner and Thomas Calabro.
Just in time for Mardi Gras, supermodels Claudia Schiffer (far left) and Christy Turlington opened the second of their Fashion Cafe eateries, in New Orleans. (The first is in Manhattan.) Also adorning the place was their business partner Elle Macpherson (below), who came with live man walking Sean Penn. No word from the reps of either on the nature of their friendship.
Teen singer Brandy is nobody's "Baby" now. But that didn't stop the star of UPN's new sitcom Moesha from celebrating her 17th birthday at Planet Hollywood in Beverly Hills with grandma Mary Bates.
Bundled up against a bone-chilling cold, Robin Williams was out and about in London to promote the opening there of Jumanji. Williams's latest film, The Birdcage, a farce about gay partners, opens in the former colonies on March 8.
Okay, so she wasn't born in a Louis Vuitton trunk, but Sandra Bernhard, hefted by a pair of postmodern porters, still gave it her all performing at a Manhattan fete marking the centennial of the French firm's monogramming of its luggage.