Star Tracks

updated 05/01/1995 at 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 05/01/1995 01:00AM

Headstrong pop star Rod Stewart, 50, took aim at rumors of his retirement at Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow, where, in fact, he announced his summer tour dates. "I don't know what I'd do if I wasn't able to perform," said Rod.

Mark (Marky Mark) Wahlberg rapped up a family affair as sister Tracey and mom Alma came down from her home in Braintree, Mass., for the Manhattan premiere of his new film, The Basketball Diaries.

Actress Alfre Woodard and her husband, writer Roderick Spencer, sparkled with their own beauties—Mavis, 3, and Duncan, 16 months—at the L.A. opening of Disney's stage musical Beauty and the Beast.

Jack Nicholson took a beautiful blonde out for a spin at Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif. Yup, that's his daughter Lorraine, 5. Her mother, actress Rebecca Broussard, and Nicholson also have a son, Raymond, 3. The on-again, off-again couple appear to be on again of late.

A very un-ugly American, Harrison Ford, celebrated April in Paris by strolling the Champs Elysées and signing autographs. The actor, who is on location in the City of Light to film Sabrina, a remake of the 1954 comedy, also toured those Paris standbys the Louvre and the Tuileries gardens.

It was off with her head for Queen Elizabeth when unknown vandals objected to Australian artist Greg Taylor's nude versions of the Queen and Prince Philip (being offered a hatful of privacy by local resident Alex Dunin) in a controversial sculpture that was briefly on display in Canberra, Australia's capital.

Shirley MacLaine (left) laid out her terms of endearment for co-stars Kathy Bates (center) and Jennifer Grey in New York City, where the trio were filming The West Side Waltz, a CBS-TV movie to air this fall. Waltz, about a widowed pianist making new pals, is based on a play done on Broadway in 1981.

Bruce Springsteen scaled the high C's with soprano Jessye Norman (right), belting out "Jailhouse Rock" (Sting and Elton John, among others, joined them onstage) to close a benefit concert at Manhattan's Carnegie Hall that helped raise $1.3 million for the Rainforest Foundation. Celebrants at a postconcert fete included Billy Joel (above, with his girlfriend, artist Carolyn Beegan), who also sang at the concert, and Demi Moore (below, right), who blew rings around the betrothed Gary Oldman and Isabella Rossellini.

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