Love, love me do: Ashley Judd, sporting a new coif, got a touch-up on the Manhattan set of her romantic comedy Animal Husbandry. In the film, Judd plays a woman who studies animal behavior to try and understand men.
In Malibu, Backstreet Boy Brian Littrell practiced the ancient prewedding ritual of balancing on one foot while carrying his fiancée, actress Leighanne Wallace, on his back with no hands. The two are keeping their wedding date a secret. Sorry, girls.
In Exeter, England, Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling returned to her alma mater, Exeter University, to receive an honorary degree and address the graduating class. "I am a little worried," she told them, "because you are not all 9-year-olds."
"I did it myself," said Bruce Willis of the shaved pate he showed off at Planet Hollywood in Orlando, where he welcomed Shaquille O'Neal as his newest partner in the company.
Actress Cynthia Nixon may not be the domestic type on Sex and the City, but she cooked up a tomato surprise for a benefit picnic for the Drama Dept. theater company in Manhattan.
In L.A., ER's Anthony Edwards (above, with six-months-pregnant wife Jeanine Lobell) and Noah Wyle (left, with wife Tracy Warbin) helped raise more than $500,000 for Project Angel Food, a meal-delivery program for people with HIV/AIDS.
Meanwhile, their costar Goran Visnjic mastered a new instrument in his native Croatia, where he prepped to star in Hamlet at a summer festival in Dubrovnik. Visnjic and castmates report back for the seventh season of ER on July 25.
Lunch looked like a summit meeting as Oprah Winfrey, Diane Sawyer and Winfrey's best pal, O magazine editor Gayle King, chewed things over at investment banker Herb Allen's annual retreat for media moguls in Sun Valley, Idaho.
She's such a Baldwin: In Los Angeles, first-time father Billy Baldwin cradled Jameson Leon, nearly 5 months old, his daughter with wife, singer Chynna Phillips. The actor will next appear in the comedy Relative Values.