02/06/1995 at 01:00 AM EST
Two of Newman's own, daughters Melissa (left) and Clea, flanked Pop (Mom, Joanne Woodward, couldn't make it) at the New York Film Critics Awards in Manhattan. The verdict? Paul Newman won Best Actor for Nobody's Fool; the award was presented to him by old pal Robert Redford.
Richard Grieco (left) led the Temptations' Ali Woodson in a rousing "My Girl" at the launch party for the United Paramount Network in L.A. The ex-21 Jump Street star plays an investigator on UPN's Marker.
Disguise was the limit as Julie Andrews (left), reprising her Victor/Victoria drag, paired off with gender-bending singer RuPaul at a fund-raiser for AIDS Project Los Angeles at the Universal Amphitheatre. Honorees at the event, which cleared more than $3 million, included Tom Hanks and Elton John.
The only whispers that CBS Evening News coanchor Connie Chung (that's husband Maury Povich in the corner) heard at the Children's Blood Foundation gala in New York City were about how elegant she looked in her romantic Valentino gown. 60 Minutes correspondent Steve Kroft served as the evening's master of ceremonies.
Marilu Henner, the motor-mouthed host of the daytime talk show Marilu, forked over a loving spoonful to her husband, Robert Lieberman, the executive producer of Fox's hour-long TV drama Medicine Ball, at the network's press party in Pasadena. Henner's tell-all autobiography, By All Means Keep on Moving, is doing brisk business at bookstores.
Monaco's royal family caught the circus in Monte Carlo and turned it into an heir fair: Princess Caroline's petit prince Andrea (left), 10, made a new pal while Mom applauded the acts; daughter Charlotte (below), 8, had some second thoughts about baby-sitting younger bro Pierre, 7; and Caroline's brother Prince Albert and dad, Prince Rainier, added pomp to the circumstance.