updated 10/27/1997 AT 01:00 AM EST
•originally published 10/27/1997 AT 01:00 AM EST
Model mom Jerry Hall, preggers with her and Mick Jagger's fourth enfant, glowed en route to a wedding in Bourges, France. Mick was rocking stateside on the Rolling Stones tour.
Daytime dynamo Rosie O'Donnell unveiled Rosie O'Doll—which utters four phrases, including "What a cutie patootie!"—on her Oct. 13 show, which featured an all-kiddie guest lineup.
Natty professor Eddie Murphy and wife Nicole exited a restaurant in Miami Beach, where he's filming the movie Holy Man. Newly shorn for the role, he plays a spiritualist guru.
Sharon Stone kept her latest leading man, Jean-Luke Figueroa, in line while shooting a remake of 1980's Gloria in New York City. The 6-year-old makes his movie debut as a child who flees gangsters alongside Stone, a mob moll.
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Chris O'Donnell and a cigar friendly Cindy Crawford cozied up in Zurich to open the 65th Planet Hollywood. Crawford begins a stint as host of NBC's Later on Oct. 27.
Brandy arrived in a horse-drawn coach at an L.A. party for Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella. The Moesha star plays the slipper-y gal with Whoopi Goldberg (right) as Queen Constantina in the musical airing Nov. 2 on ABC.
The tear-jerking tribulations Jennifer Love Hewitt endures on Party of Five are nothing compared to what she goes through in I Know What You Did Last Summer, whose premiere party she graced Oct. 8. The 18-year-old costars in the fright flick with fellow tube teen Buffy the Vampire Slayer's Sarah Michelle Gellar.
Mark Wahlberg, the thespian formerly known as Marky Mark, conferred with costar Burt Reynolds (below) at a New York City party for the porn-star saga Boogie Nights. Among attendees: Lauren Holly (above left), on the arm of Miami nightclub owner Ingrid Casares, and Gwyneth Paltrow (right), who told The New York Times she would have acted in the raunchy flick, except "it would have killed my grandfather."