Wings costars Crystal Bernard (right) and Amy Yasbeck tested flight patterns at NBC's annual press tour in Pasadena. At the same event, Blossom's Joey Lawrence (below) got off on a high note with Naomi Judd, who was promoting The Judds: Love Can Build a Bridge, an NBC miniseries due in May, about Naomi and daughter Wynonna's rise to stardom in country music.
She's sexy. She's single. She's about to be a—gasp!—grandmother? That's Cybill's Cybill, the 40-ish actress played by Cybill Shepherd, who struck a pose worthy of her sassy sitcom alter ego at CBS's press junket in Pasadena. Also on hand was Chicago Hope surgeon Mandy Patinkin (left), who couldn't resist getting cheeky with costar Adam Arkin.
They've gained a few pounds and lost some hair, but hey, hey! they're the Monkees. Peter Tork (from left), Michael Nesmith, Micky Dolenz and Davy Jones reunited in L.A. to toast Rhino Records' reissue of the band's nine albums.
Tennis's mane man Andre Agassi displayed his barber's razor-sharp slice in Adelaide, where he's prepping to cut a swath through the Australian Open, starting Jan. 16 in Melbourne.
took a wheel close look at Miami on a break from peddling The Girlie Show, the singer's latest project. Billed as a BoundSound book, it costs $29.95 and features text in capital letters, 70 racy pix handpicked by Madonna
and a three-song CD from her 1993 Girlie tour.