Girl power aside, this was as close to the White House and First Fan Bill Clinton as Spice Girls (from left) Posh, Baby and Sporty got during a D.C. break on their U.S. tour.
Out of Sight's George Clooney was very much in evidence at the film's Manhattan premiere. "I feel like a proud sister," crowed his ER castmate Julianna Margulies.
While in Montreal playing a British conservationist masquerading as an Indian in Grey Owl, Pierce Brosnan was honored by the film's Native American actors at a ceremony presided over by Floyd "Red Crow" Westerman.
Frankly, we're a bit teed off at the shocking lack of loud plaid happening here. In any case, Britain's Prince Andrew seemed to suffer a bout of sub-par hearing while briefly playing to the gallery during the Alfred Dunhill Celebrity Challenge in Surrey, England. The prince, who maintains a veddy respectable seven handicap, helped raise $230,000 for charity and is prodding polo-playing brother Charles to take up the game.
Antonio Banderas—-or, as of this month, make that Zorro—-was unmasked as a doting family man when he and wife Melanie Griffith brought their daughter Stella, 1, and Griffith's son Alexander, 12, to the L.A. wrap party for Crazy in Alabama. Griffith stars in the black comedy, due out next year; Banderas directed.
Pumped by the pomp of his circumstance, Home Improvement's Tim Allen received an honorary doctorate from his alma mater, Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo. "It's better to make bold choices in life," said Allen, Class of 76 (with retiring WMU president Diether Haenicke), "than no choices at all or even mild choices."