updated 10/10/1994 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 10/10/1994 AT 01:00 AM EDT
Sonia Braga (HBO's The Burning Season) displayed her hair-raising talent at the 1994 Diversity Awards in L.A., where she won the Da Vinci Award for Creativity. Braga will appear in the upcoming comedy The Flying Camel.
Pulp Fiction's Uma Thurman playfully needled costar John Travolta at the New York City premiere of the wildly hyped thriller. Travolta plays a hit man who jump-starts Thurman's heroin-snorting moll with an Adrenalin-filled hypodermic.
Costars onscreen and off, Melrose Place's Grant Show and girlfriend Laura Leighton heard Elton John was playing their song and turned up at one of the Los Angeles concerts he gave with percussionist Ray Cooper to benefit the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
Punk paradigm Courtney Love dug in with her band, Hole, at the Academy in Manhattan, backed up by bleached buddy Drew Barrymore (right). Barrymore, who is divorcing bar owner Jeremy Thomas, now dates Hole's guitarist Eric Erlandson.
Divine diva Lena Horne has five grandchildren yet remains one of the hottest tickets in New York City: She ended her SRO concert at Carnegie Hall on a high note, hugging daughter Gail Lumet Buckley, a writer.
Linda Evangelista and Naomi Campbell formed a supermodel's link before an AIDS benefit concert in Paris. Campbell just published her first novel, a romantic thriller called Swan, currently available in England.
The name's Brosnan, Pierce Brosnan, and the new James Bond, spied at London's Heathrow Airport, posed for a shot with his still-somewhat-secret agent, journalist Keely Shaye-Smith. The Irish heartthrob begins filming Goldeneye, the next 007 saga, in January.