03/20/1995 at 01:00 AM EST
(right) joined Ralph Fiennes (Quiz Show) and his wife, actress Alex Kingston, in London to celebrate Fiennes's Hamlet debut. He brings his dark Dane to Broadway next month.
Studly Matt LeBlanc, a star of Friends, NBC's Gen-X hit, found no enemies at the People's Choice Awards in L.A., where his show tied with Ellen for best new TV comedy series.
Rene Russo, who plays a doctor in Outbreak, the new movie about a virus on the loose, brought her own protection, just in case, to a screening of the medical thriller in Los Angeles.
In New Orleans, southern belle Delta Burke and husband Gerald McRaney waved to Mardi Gras loyalists before sweeping into Orpheuscapade, a costume bash that followed the Orpheus parade. Burke is still waiting to hear if CBS is going to renew her sitcom Woman of the House.
New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani gleefully hammed his way through a jokey song-and-dance number with Broadway star Charlotte d'Amboise (she's Lola in Damn Yankees) at the annual Inner Circle show in Manhattan, which benefited local charities.
A sun-kissed Princess Diana left her little princes at home when she headed for St. Barthélemy, the glamorous island getaway in the Caribbean. But paradise was lost once paparazzi spotted Di, who was vacationing with London socialite Catherine Soames.
A victorious Sheryl Crow
cut a rug with her dad, Wendell, a lawyer, in L.A., after the Grammy Awards, where she won three prizes, including Record of the Year for "All I Wanna Do." At another Grammy bash, Toni Braxton (far right, in red), who won Best R&B Female Vocalist, shared girl talk with Salt-N-Pepa's (from left) Sandi Denton, Cheryl James and Dee Dee Roper, winners for Best Rap Group.