Snap-happy actor Richard Gere let cameramen have their way with him as he posed proudly with his own work at a Manhattan exhibit of photographs from his new book Pilgrim.
In Vegas, heavyweight champ Evander Holyfield gave praise to a higher power before his TKO of Michael Moorer when he led a choir in the gospel song "In Your Presence." Said he: "The Lord has allowed me to be an overcomer."
Home Improvement's Debbe Dunning gave costar Jonathan Taylor Thomas a face lift—much appreciated, apparently—at an L.A. tribute to their hit sitcom.
Money can't buy you love, but it can buy you this $100 Joseph Dell'Amore sculpture "Supernova," modeled by musician Sean Lennon, 22, and mom Yoko Ono just for fun at a Manhattan restaurant.
Fatherhood never loses its kick for Billy Crystal, who was joined by his actress daughter Jennifer, 24, at the L.A. premiere of the HBO movie Don King: Only in America, airing this month. "I have always had a special bond with my dad," Jennifer (who had a small part in his comedy Father's Day) told INSTYLE. Papa Crystal next appears in Woody Allen's comedy Deconstructing Harry, due Dec. 12.
Karma chameleon Boy George (above) underwent yet another makeover for his U.S. deejaying debut at a Bulgari store reopening in Manhattan. "Deejaying is an art form," said the Boy, who got $20,000 for the gig. Among those making the scene—raven about it, in fact—were rockers Sheryl Crow (below) and Counting Crows' Adam Duritz.
After 24 years of domestic bliss, jazz and pop queen Rosemary Clooney finally made it official on Nov. 7—putting the icing on the cake, as it were—when she wed ex-dancer Dante DiPaolo, 71, in her hometown of Maysville, Ky. "We just decided to make something of these feelings we've always had for each other," said Clooney, 69. "We started seriously talking about our Catholic upbringing and felt it was finally time to get married." Guests included Bob and Dolores Hope, but Rosie's nephew George was busy working.
A bug-eyed Casper Van Dien exhibited his own arthropodal tendencies at the L.A. premiere of Starship Troopers, the sci-fi thriller about a battle with alien insects. The flick blasted to the top of the box office charts its opening weekend with an extremely gnatty $22.1 million.
A Hank Azaria and Meg Ryan costar vocally as two of the cartoon characters in the animated musical Anastasia, and they met at its New York City premiere two weeks before the movie's nationwide opening Nov. 21. "I'm happy with my animation lot in life," says Azaria, who has had plenty of experience as Apu, Moe the bartender and Chief Wiggum on TV's The Simpsons. "For The Simpsons, though, we usually record all together. For Anastasia, we were always separate. I never saw Meg or anybody else."