(left) wrapped with costar Ethan Hawke at the L.A. premiere of Great Expectations, their updated remake of the Dickens classic. Also on hand: Dharma & Greg's Jenna Elfman (above) with hubby, actor Bodhi Elfman, and MÖtley Crüe's Nikki Sixx (below) with his wife, Baywatch's Donna D'Errico. And the film? "We loved it," says D'Errico. "It was so nice to see an adult movie...well, not an adult movie."
Vroom with a view: Ashley Judd, who recently won Cosmopolitan's Fun, Fearless Female of the Year award, scooted in Rome with Italian director Giacomo Campiotti. (She was in town to promote her thriller Kiss the Girls.) They're just pals, though; Michael Bolton has been her real squeeze.
Just Shoot Me's David Spade provided an easy target at the NBC winter press tour in Pasadena. Asked whether his show will leave its cushy post-Frasier slot and replace Seinfeld on Thursdays, Spade demurred. "Hey, look, I'm a hired hand," said the comic actor. "If they put us there, we'll do what we can."
Let us now praise famous feet: These four—freshly decorated with henna designs—posed for pictures at the dedication of the Jivamukti Yoga Center in New York City, where their owners—Sting and Trudie Styler—sometimes go to relax.
Although emcee Don King dubbed him the alien among us, media bigwig Ted Turner proved himself down-to-earth when he graciously accepted an award at the Congress of Racial Equality's Martin Luther King Day celebration in New York City.
"I got to do my little touchdown dance," says wide-eyed Scream 2 star Jerry O'Connell, whose football team won MTV's Rock N'Jock Super Bowl II, 60-27, in San Diego. "I've been waiting to do that my entire life."
Oh, say, can you sing, when 133 million people are watching? Picked to voice the national anthem at the Super Bowl, Jewel missed her cue by a smidgen when the music started but quickly caught up. Later she schmoozed with actor John Stamos, who played drums during the pre-game festivities, and reflected on her moment. "It was terrifying," she says. "I don't think I did great, but I'm always my worst critic."
Mom's the word these days for Uma Thurman, who joined her mother, Nena, a psychotherapist, at a Tibetan ceremony performed at Life nightclub in New York City. Perhaps Uma also picked up a few pointers on motherhood: The actress is expecting her first child in July with Gattaca costar Ethan Hawke.