updated 04/13/1998 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 04/13/1998 AT 01:00 AM EDT
The Judd sisters—singer Wynonna (left) and actress Ashley—hooped it up at the Final Four in San Antonio, cheering Ashley's alma mater, Kentucky, to victory over Stanford. The Wildcats went on to defeat Utah for their second NCAA championship in three years.
Friends in high places: Matt LeBlanc got chummy with Sarah Ferguson while filming the May 7 season finale of Friends in London. The Duchess of York makes a cameo appearance.
"Where can I get one like her?" jokes Titanic's Frances Fisher of As Good as It Gets' top dog, Jill (alias Verdell). The two bonded at L.A.'s Genesis Awards spotlighting animal issues.
Among those helping TV's The Young and the Restless turn 25 in L.A. were (front, from left) cast members Peter Bergman and Jeanne Cooper, CBS exec Lucy Johnson, co-creator William J. Bell and his daughter, cast member Lauralee Bell. Observes Cooper: "It's like the kids are all grown up!"
With hubby Antonio Banderas away, Melanie Griffith was escorted by her two oldest kids—daughter Dakota (center), 8, and son Alexander, 12—to Manhattan's Planet Hollywood for an event benefiting Feed the Children. Griffith recently signed to star in the CBS sitcom Me & George premiering this fall.
At the Manhattan premiere of her new film, A Price Above Rubies, Renée Zellweger sparkled with costar Christopher Eccleston (center) and the movie's writer-director, Boaz Yakin.
"You don't see Baywatch girls wearing shoes very often," notes Kelly Packard, who launched Bay-watch Footwear in Los Angeles with costars Jose Solano (left) and Michael Bergin.
Love match: Top tennis ace Martina Hingis may have been upset by Venus Williams at the Lipton Championships in Key Biscayne, Fla., but the 17-year-old enjoyed being courted by her new boyfriend, Spanish player Julian Alonso, 20.