updated 09/25/2000 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 09/25/2000 AT 01:00 AM EDT
Free spirit Kirstie Alley kicked up her heels at a beach in Santa Monica, where she joined Dharma and Greg's Jenna Elfman for a volleyball game. Alley's off to Australia this month to film Blonde, a CBS miniseries about Marilyn Monroe.
Having raised Caine—namely writer daughter Natasha, 27—actor Sir Michael Caine and wife Shakira (far left) relished the role of proud parents at her wedding to entrepreneur Tim Scott, 33, at London's Saint Luke's church.
After the verbal volleys at the U.N. summit, Bill Clinton listened as CBS's ace analyst John McEnroe explained the fine points of a semifinal match at the U.S. Open in New York City. "It's a great boost for tennis that he came," said McEnroe.
Hoping to see more green than the $80,000 or so he won on Survivor, retired Navy SEAL Rudy Boesch cashed in on his cult status and rode the Incredible Hulk roller coaster in a commercial for Universal Studio's theme park in Orlando.
"We're totally in love," said starlet Kate Hudson, who brought boyfriend and Black Crowes frontman Chris Robinson (below) to the Manhattan premiere of her new film, Almost Famous. Her approving mom, Goldie Hawn (left), came too. While there are no wedding plans, said Hudson, "my whole family is, like, 'Kate, don't mess this one up.' "
Model-actress Rebecca Romijn-Stamos cuddled and cooed with husband and Full House vet John Stamos at the Governor's Ball following the Emmy Awards in Los Angeles. (For more on Emmy fashions, see story on page 56.)
Despite their very public breakup, Anne Heche (in L.A.) thanked her ex, Ellen DeGeneres, when she accepted a Women in Film Lucy Award honoring innovation in TV for their HBO trilogy If These Walls Could Talk 2.
Having snagged the affections of Austin Powers H's shagadelic Heather Graham,
The Patriot's Heath Ledger checked out The Cell with her in London.