Star Tracks

updated 03/27/1995 AT 01:00 AM EST

originally published 03/27/1995 AT 01:00 AM EST

Sardi's freshest wallflower, Brooke Shields, got snap-happy when the legendary Broadway restaurant unveiled her caricature, drawn by artist Richard Baratz. Shields is eligible for inclusion on Sardi's wall of fame now that she's starring as trampy Rizzo in the Broadway revival of Grease!

Tempted by pate, Demi Moore (top) planted one on husband Bruce Willis's shaven dome during NATO/ShoWest, the annual convention in Las Vegas at which movie studios hype forthcoming films. The event also drew a trio from the Batman Forever three-quel: caped crusader Val Kilmer (above, left) and costars Jim Carrey and Nicole Kidman. Sylvester Stallone (right), promoting his sci-fi Judge Dredd, double-dipped Julianne Moore, now in Roommates.

It's not the Peach Pit, but Beverly Hills, 90210's Jason Priestley (left), along with Melrose Place's Grant Show, felt right at home on the racecourse in Willow Springs, Calif., where they were taking practice runs for the April 8 Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race. Each a rookie in the competition, Priestley and Show have some vroom to go before they race around the 1.59-mile course in Toyota Celica GTs.

The Supremely talented Diana Ross brought her brood (from left, sons Ross and Evan, and, rear, from left, daughters Rhonda and Tracee) to the Soul Train Music Awards in L.A., where she received the Heritage Award for Lifetime Achievement. The statuette was presented to her by Motown founder Berry Gordy (right), who is also Rhonda's father.

In L.A., Lynda Carter, now on the syndicated Hawkeye series, cozied up to her favorite lawyer, hubby Robert Altman, at a UniHealth Foundation fete that honored her breast-cancer work.

Marlee Matlin cracked up Miss America Heather Whitestone at a Starlight Foundation benefit in L.A. Though hearing impaired, both speak and can hear slightly at close range.

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