Antonio Banderas may have gone overboard with his new Clooney-style 'do, but the ship-to-shorn look captivated first mate Melanie Griffith in Spain, where Banderas shot a Spanish TV ad.
Marlee Matlin let her fingers do the talking as the hearing-impaired actress read stories in sign language with an interpreter's help at L.A.'s Dolphin House, which provides storytelling for kids.
Singer-actor Jon Bon Jovi huddled with costar Jill Hennessy on the New York City set of their drama Row Your Boat. "Movies are becoming a passion for me," says Bon Jovi. "But music will always be my first love."
In Vegas, Good Morning America alum Joan Lunden strutted her stuff—and 25 pounds of feathers—to tape a segment as a showgirl for her Dec. 23 ABC special Behind Closed Doors.
Among those feelin' groovy at the '70s-themed tribute to record producer David Foster in Santa Monica were duetting divas Celine Dion and Barbra Streisand (right), partners on Foster's "Tell Him." Meanwhile, Dustin Hoffman (below, far right) nosed into Goldie Hawn's business, as John Tesh boogied with wife Connie Sellecca (below). Said Streisand: "I can't believe they got me out of the house to honor somebody who isn't running for office."
Johnny Depp, going gonzo as journalist Hunter S. Thompson in the now-filming Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, visited backstage with Ron Wood (left) and Keith Richards after the Rolling Stones' show in L.A. Not that Richards is an ideal role model. "I used to be like a rabid dog: Open the cage, let him out," he told The Orange County Register.
Glenn Close (but no cigar) and daughter Annie, 9, sneakered into the New York City premiere of Disney's comedy Flubber, starring Robin Williams and due Nov. 26. Of the lime-green theme, Close says, "The party was wild, as they usually are."
Proving that she knows what's right from what's sarong, No Doubt lead singer Gwen Stefani made a pit stop for photographers at the Race to Erase MS benefit in Los Angeles, which raised $2.3 million. Stefani's band performed, as did Sheryl Crow.