updated 10/20/1997 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 10/20/1997 AT 01:00 AM EDT
Extraordinary types at the Manhattan premiere of Cameron Diaz's A Life Less Ordinary included her steady beau Matt Dillon (center) and R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe.
Wesley Snipes copped a free ride—well, maybe just a rest—on the New York City set of U.S. Marshals, the Fugitive sequel with Tommy Lee Jones due next year.
Grateful for the lip service, Kiss the Girls star Ashley Judd got cheek-to-cheek greetings from older sis Wynonna (left) and mom Naomi at the suspense flick's L.A. premiere.
In Montreal, Gary Sinise had an ax to grind, jamming on guitar with his rock band Bonsoir at a party for the cast and crew of his upcoming thriller Snake Eyes.
After Frasier's Kelsey Grammer took home the a trophy for best actor in a comedy at the Viewers for Quality Television Awards in Burbank, his approval rating soared with daughter Spencer, 14. Frasier also won for best comedy and best supporting actor—in the person of David Hyde Pierce.
Making her first trip down the catwalk since her brother Gianni's murder last July, Donatella Versace drew cheers in Milan for her spring-summer Versus collection from models Amber Valletta (far left) and Naomi Campbell, while a focused Demi Moore (below) snapped away.
Celine Dion (left), Elton John, Cindy Crawford and Lionel Richie belted out Stevie Wonder's "Signed, Sealed, Delivered, I'm Yours" at the Andre Agassi Charitable Foundation benefit in Las Vegas, which raised $2.7 million for youth programs.
Proving what we all knew—she's got sole—All My Children's Susan Lucci kicked off a sale of 75,000 shoes to benefit breast cancer research and awareness in Manhattan.
In New York City, director-at-large—but not very large—Woody Allen didn't measure up to actress Charlize Theron while shooting his new comedy Celebrity.