While Dennis Miller is rantless for the moment—his HBO show is on hiatus until January—the comic couldn't stop raving about his wife, Ali, when the two turned up at Spago's in L.A.
No longer baring her very attractive scalp to the world, Sinéad O'Connor celebrated at Josie's in Manhattan during a New York stopover on her U.S. tour. Admiring the Irish singer's new look were rhythm-and-blues artists Lenny Kravitz (left)—who brought a sweater (we think) for his own do—and Maxwell.
Making the tricky transition from muscles to musicals, Lucy Lawless exits smiling after rehearsing for Grease on Broadway. She'll be belting out songs as Rizzo—instead of belting foes as TV's Xena—until Oct. 19.
At the Hampton Classic in Bridgehampton, N.Y., Christie Brinkley had a horse encounter of the close kind. The ex-model became the mane attraction after filming a public service spot for the March of Dimes.
What happens when you turn 15 and you're already a country star? People give you cars, that's what. When LeAnn Rimes celebrated her 15th in Dallas, she received a Ford Explorer from a local dealer, plus a Dodge Viper from her father, Wilbur. Which will Rimes drive when she gets her learner's permit? "I guess it depends what mood I'm in," she told The Dallas Morning News.
East Hampton, N.Y., was all fun and—well, you know—for Michael Douglas as he took in a screening of his new thriller The Game with his shade-seeking pal The Preacher's Wife director Penny Marshall. In the film, due in theaters Sept. 12, Douglas is a bored billionaire who receives a unique birthday gift from his brother, played by Sean Penn.
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