Star Tracks

updated 02/02/1998 AT 01:00 AM EST

originally published 02/02/1998 AT 01:00 AM EST

Putting to rest a rock rumor—that Mick Jagger and Steven Tyler never appear together because they actually share one pair of lips—the two posed after a Rolling Stones show in Manhattan.

And speaking of lips, Ben Stiller and Cameron Diaz locked theirs on the Miami set of There's Something About Mary, a romantic comedy. Stiller next stars in the drama Zero Effect, due Jan. 30.

Bringing up baby: Pamela and Tommy Lee toted son Dylan Jagger, born Dec. 29, to New Orleans, where Mom promoted her upcoming syndicated TV series V.I.P.

It was cement to be: Denzel Washington's family helped the Fallen star make a good impression at Mann's Chinese Theatre in L.A. (Clockwise from Denzel, that's son John David, 13; wife Pauletta; sister-in-law Rita; daughter Katia, 10; mom Lennis; daughter Olivia, 6; and son Malcolm, 6.)

Hunk-in-trunks Antonio Sabato Jr. demonstrated more than one ripple effect when the Calvin Klein skivvies model and former Melrose Place resident tried windsurfing while vacationing at a Club Med in the Turks and Caicos Islands near the Bahamas.

At a New York City exhibit celebrating Rolling Stone magazine's Covers Tour, Sean Lennon (left, with girlfriend Yuka Honda) viewed pictures and memorabilia related to his late father, John. Meanwhile, another scion, Michael Douglas (above), schmoozed with his TV journalist squeeze Elizabeth Vargas. "I love rock and roll," says the actor, who is currently filming A Perfect Murder with Gwyneth Paltrow for fall release.

Richard Kind, who plays the mayor's press secretary on Spin City, hobbled into the Manhattan screening of director Pedro Almodóvar's new thriller Live Flesh. The actor is recovering from a torn calf muscle he suffered on the set of his hit ABC sitcom.

Daryl Hannah (above) kept an eye—just one—on proceedings during the Manhattan premiere of her new thriller The Gingerbread Man. Fellow first-nighter Shoshanna Lonstein (below, with post-Jerry Seinfeld beau Jay Aston) said of the film, "It was scary!"

A toasty Janeane Garofalo braved the elements for a New York City screening of the comedy Half Baked. Garofalo, who has a cameo in the film, says premieres make her uncomfortable. As she told Regis and Kathie Lee, "It's just an opportunity for someone to point out how I have no taste in clothing."

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