Star Tracks

updated 03/15/1993 AT 01:00 AM EST

originally published 03/15/1993 AT 01:00 AM EST

Overexposed: Anthony Kiedis (left), lead singer of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, paid a curtsy call backstage after winning the Best Hard Rock Performance Award at this year's Grammys in L.A. The no-longer-elusive Michael Jackson, who won a Grammy Legend Award, brought his favorite public date, Brooke Shields, to the show. Of the post-Oprah fallout, he said, "I wasn't aware that the world thought I was so weird and bizarre.

Cable TV's Nick at Nite may be bringing Dick Van Dyke's '60s sitcom, The Dick Van Dyke Show, to a new generation of viewers, but, sadly, not to the person who misspelled his name as "Vandyke" on the actor's new Hollywood Walk of Fame star. Van Dyke has been promised a rewrite.

General Hospital heartthrob Antonio Sabato celebrated his 21st birthday at Trilussa, his family's new Italian restaurant in Beverly Hills, with girlfriend Virginia (Candyman) Madsen, 31.

Moonlighting: Bruce Willis and wife Demi Moore strolled the Great White Way after seeing the Broadway musical Falsettos. Moore's next film, Indecent Proposal, opens April 7, while Willis's Three Rivers is due this fall.

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