Retired tennis legends Chris Evert (left) and Martina Navratilova, who hold bragging rights to one of sport's all-time great rivalries (they played 80 matches in 15 years, with Navratilova winning 43), arm-wrestled at SPORTS Illustrated's 20th Century Sports Awards in New York City. "We are still competing," jokes Evert.
Just-friendly actors Demi Moore and Brad Pitt—perhaps having a Brad hair day?—clutched for the cameras at the L.A. premiere of the romantic drama The End of the Affair, which costars Ralph Fiennes, Julianne Moore and Stephen Rea.
In Manhattan, Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg continued her late brother John's work at a breakfast for the Robin Hood Foundation, an antipoverty group. "What pleasure he took in the difference the...foundation made," she said.
Sharon Stone spent part of World AIDS Day, Dec. 1, visiting children—including Jade Conley-Adams (left), 7 months, and Jonathan Nagy, 3—at a New York City hospital.
"You look good," said chanteuse Shirley Bassey (she's on the right) upon meeting her waxwork body double at Madame Tussaud's in London.
If you're happy and you know it, clap your hands: A gleeful Gwyneth Paltrow lent good cheer to a Manhattan fete that raised more than $1.3 million to fight ovarian cancer. Paltrow next stars in The Talented Mr. Ripley, due Dec. 25.
In L.A., Moesha's Sheryl Lee Ralph got pinched by pal Whoopi Goldberg during the kickoff of Divine Design '99, a four-day sale that collected more than $1 million to fund free-meal delivery for people with HIV and AIDS.
Making his Marc: Latin pop salsation Marc Anthony, whose debut English-language album has gone platinum, made new fans of Angie Dickinson (left) and Barbara Eden when he performed at Whitney Houston's All-Star Holiday Gala, a charity do held in New York City.
Costumed Julia: Julia Roberts sported a warm and fuzzy look—hey, Rocky, watch me pull a rabbit out of my hat!—along with her 24-karat smile at the opening of the Me & Ro jewelry store in New York City. Roberts wore designs by proprietors Michele Quan and Robin Renzi in her hit romantic comedy Netting Hill.
Perhaps fatherhood has mellowed onetime Hollywood bad boy Christian Slater, who looked like any happy dad strolling Manhattan's Madison Avenue with his fiancée, former TV producer Ryan Haddon, and their 8-month-old son Jaden. Slater next costars with Jeff Bridges and Gary Old-man in the political drama The Contender, due next year.
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