updated 04/06/1998 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 04/06/1998 AT 01:00 AM EDT
Lead singer to leading man: Jon Bon Jovi (above) brought his wife, Dorothea, to the New York City premiere of his drama No Looking Back. So is Bon Jovi not looking back on music? No way: "After 80 million records [sold], you don't quit the day job," he says. Also present: Now and Then costars Gaby Hoffman (right, at left) and Christina Ricci.
TV-star twins Tia (left) and Tamera Mowry took their Sister, Sister act to the Movieguide Awards in Los Angeles. "The coolest thing was getting to meet Robert Duvall," says Tamera, who presented an award to the Apostle star.
Today show's most eligible bachelor, Matt Lauer, has been spoken for. And the winner is...Dutch model Annette Jade Roque. A couple for eight months, the pair attended a Manhattan benefit honoring NBC president and CEO Bob Wright, which raised $1.7 million for the UJA-Federation of New York, a social-services charity.
Among those having a royal good time at the Princess Ball in Los Angeles—which raised more than $1 million for the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund and for Aid for AIDS—were British actor Gary Oldman (right, with wife Donya), sans his Lost in Space suit, and Red Corner costar Bai Ling (left), sparkling in a Krizia gown. Melrose Place's Lisa Rinna (below), who is expecting her first child in late spring, made a stylish showing with her husband, actor Harry Hamlin. Says Rinna: "You don't have to look dowdy when you're pregnant."