Star Tracks

updated 08/28/2000 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 08/28/2000 AT 01:00 AM EDT

Salma Hayek climbed to new heights, but Magic Johnson was the one who looked a little light-headed when the stunner planted one on him in Buenos Aires, where the pair helped kick off AOL Argentina. "I just feel great that people love me," Johnson said.

In a bit of post-jailhouse rock, Robert Downey Jr. celebrated his Aug. 2 release from prison by joining Sting onstage to duet on "Fill Her Up" during the ex-Police man's L.A. concert.

Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg and her uncle Ted (at a Democratic convention rehearsal in L.A.) proved Camelot is a long-running show. "My father's spirit lives on, and I thank all of you," she later told the crowd.

Christian Slater sported some designer neckwear in New York City—okay, it was just his dog—that left wife Ryan Haddon a little wet behind the ears. Slater will next be seen onscreen in the political drama The Contender, due in theaters Oct. 13.

Halle Berry, Rebecca Romijn-Stamos and Famke Janssen (left to right) brought some X-citement to London, where they blitzed Fleet Street to promote their hit comic book flick X-Men.

Michelle Pfeiffer, whose film What Lies Beneath has grossed over $110 million at the box office, enjoyed one fine day in Santa Monica.

The day is mine! Serena Williams (left) enjoyed a dose of Brandy after winning the Classic in Los Angeles Aug. 13. "I'm just warming up," said Williams, who defends her U.S. Open title in New York City next month.

Patricia Hearst, who has a cameo in the new comedy Cecil B. Demented, hung with daughter Lydia, 15, at a New York City party. The film, about a kidnapped actress (played by Melanie Griffith), hit home for Hearst, who was abducted in 1974. "It was really funny to just poke fun at all that stuff," she says.

No, Matt Damon hasn't found a new gal to replace Winona Ryder. The actor says his New York City strolling companion Cheyenne Rothman is just "a friend from high school." Damon's next romantic pairing may not come until Nov. 3, when he stars with Charlize Theron in the golfing movie The Legend of Bagger Vance.

Jim Carrey, soon to be seen in the title role of Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas (which opens this Thanksgiving), celebrated the dog days of summer with a canine pal on the beach in Malibu. The following day he shared a java jolt with steady girlfriend—and Me, Myself and Irene costar—Renée Zellweger, who will next star as an unbalanced soap opera fan in the black comedy Nurse Betty, opening Sept. 8.

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