Star Tracks

updated 03/06/1995 at 01:00 AM EST

originally published 03/06/1995 01:00AM

Suds star Lisa Rinna (Days of Our Lives) dished with studly steady Harry Hamlin at the Soap Opera Digest Awards in L.A. Days led with five awards, including one for Rinna and costar Robert Kelker-Kelly as hottest soap couple.

Roseanne laid out her idea of a welcome mat for TV moms who will guest-star on her ABC sitcom March 1. From left: Barbara Billingsley (Leave It to Beaver), Pat Crowley (Please Don't Eat the Daisies), June Lock-hart (Lassie, Lost in Space), Alley Mills (The Wonder Years) and Isabel Sanford (The Jeffersons).

He's no match for Woman of the Year Michelle Pfeiffer in high heels, but Oscar nominee Tom Hanks showed Forrest Gumption accepting Harvard's Hasty Pudding Man of the Year Award, flanked by under-grads-in-drag, in Cambridge, Mass.

Pop princess Madonna enslaved Prince (below) with her hair-raising performance at the Brit music awards in London. The blonde one's airplay now includes "Take a Bow," her first No. 1 single in three years.

For his 60th birthday, freshman Congressman Sonny Bono (with wife Mary) demonstrated the breath of his commitment by taking the cake from TV's Jay Leno, who also sent a Tonight Show camera crew to tape the historic moment.

Yessir, love has conquered Al. New York's mouthy Sen. Alfonse D'Amato proclaimed his love for TV gossip Claudia Cohen (Live with Regis and Kathie Lee) in New York City. D'Amato, who has been separated from his wife, Penelope, for 13 years, hinted that his relationship with the former Mrs. Ron Perelman might be formalized if the Catholic Church grants him an annulment, he said, "to wed the woman I love."

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