09/21/1998 at 01:00 AM EDT
Okay, so maybe the woman behind her was at least momentarily unenthralled, but Suddenly Susan's Brooke Shields
cheered mightily for her man, Andre Agassi, at the second round of the U.S. Open in New York City.
In London, Elizabeth Hurley bussed old pal Elizabeth Emanuel (left, who designed dresses for Princess Di) when they met at the airport en route to New York City.
Celine fan: Ana Gasteyer, who does her Celine Dion impression on Saturday Night Live, appeared onstage with the Canadian chanteuse when she sang in Manhattan. "She had a good sense of humor," says Gasteyer.
Well, the butler finally did it: Ian Lowe—butler to Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York—married one Claire Comper in Sussex, England. Proving that the class system ain't at all what it used to be, Fergie's daughters Princess Beatrice, 10 (second from left), and Princess Eugenie, 8 (fourth from left), splendid in yellow, joined in the ceremony.
The mask of bizarro: It was just another day in a headdress for wrap artist Michael Jackson (left). The singer, who just celebrated his 40th birthday, attended a Three Stooges convention in Burbank, Calif. Meanwhile, in London, Mohamed Al Fayed donned a gas mask to protect himself from fumes before boarding a helicopter.
At the Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards in Santa Monica, Calif., ever subtle Lil' Kim—who won for Best Video—made a dress-for-excess fashion statement.
During the dedication of her star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame, much-abused Jamie Lee Curtis was attacked by her old knife-wielding friend (perennial Halloween slasher Michael Myers).
Over there: Saving Private Ryan vets Tom Hanks and a pumped-up Ed Burns continued to earn wave reviews as they promoted the World War 11 film at the Deauville Festival of American Cinema in Deauville, France, located near Omaha Beach.