Son and Garfunkel: Art Garfunkel and his lookalike lad, James, 7, sang "Feelin' Groovy" for 30,000 folks gathered on the White House South Lawn for the annual Easter Egg Roll. "It's great to be part of Easter at the White House," says Art.
Cheering on hubby Will Smith at the Essence awards in Manhattan wasn't a stretch for due-in-July Jada Pinkett Smith (with mom Adrienne Banfield). "He's a very positive rap artist, and that should be celebrated," she says.
Janeane Garofalo put her heart and a large amount of sole into hosting The Ms. Foundation's Women of Comedy TV special, taped at Caroline's Comedy Club in New York City and airing April 26 on Lifetime. "I have tendinitis in my knee and am supposed to wear an ankle weight," says Garofalo. "The shoes weigh 7,000 pounds, so that's my physical therapy."
Claire Danes and her boyfriend, Down Under wonder Ben Lee—a 19-year-old rock singer-songwriter—were the portrait of young love at the Sydney premiere of The Big Lebowski. The vacationing Danes, 19, will appear as Cosette in next month's big-screen Les Misérables. This fall she heads off to college at Yale, alma mater of her pal Jodie Foster.
Minnie Driver and her maxi-skirted big sis, Kate—allies in the fledgling filmmaking company Two Drivers Productions—descended on L.A. for the premiere of City of Angels. Do heavenly emissaries really exist? "It's definitely a nice idea," says Minnie.
At TNT's star-studded Burt Bacharach tribute concert in New York City, Christie Brinkley—chatting up performer Elvis Costello—enjoyed "wonderful voices performing classic songs." Plus, "I got to meet Elvis before he left the building," she quips.