Glimpse, interrupted: A prim and proper Winona Ryder delicately covered her décolletage as she inspected her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in L.A. "This is so huge to me," said Ryder, who stars in the new thriller Lost Souls, "and gives me a chance to say you can walk all over me."
Oops...she did it again: Now that the worst-kept secret in Hollywood is finally out—sorry, girls, but Britney Spears snared 'N Sync's Justin Timberlake—the pop music pair choreographed a little private time into their busy schedules and puttered around L.A.
In Manhattan, Elizabeth Hurley looked a little leery about kissing up to Denis Leary—of course, those heels helped—while filming her guest-starring role on Leary's new ABC midseason series, The Job, in which he plays a cop.
Bark Avenue: Sigourney Weaver walked her whippet Petals (who brought along a playmate) on New York's Park Avenue. Her next film, the comedy Breakers, opens in April.
Born to luge: Diane Sawyer gritted out a win in a Manhattan street luge race for Good Morning America.
David Bowie hooked up with some young Americans—fellow rockers Lenny Kravitz (center) and Jakob Dylan—after Dylan's group the Wallflowers (whose third album, Breach, just hit stores) opened for The Who at New York City's Madison Square Garden.
Show me the love, baby! Even though he's a wee 15 months old, Cindy Crawford's son Presley Walker Gerber already holds these truths to be self-evident: He's inherited stellar genes and a natural ability to work the camera like a pro. The young Gerber got in a little face time during a trip to Rome.
Moore men: In L.A., Dick Van Dyke (left) and Ed Asner cheeked out Mary Tyler Moore at a Thalian benefit honoring Moore for her juvenile-diabetes and animal-welfare work.
Five weeks into what she has called a "perfect and natural" marriage, famed feminist Gloria Steinem and her new husband, entrepreneur David Bale, strolled through Manhattan.
An ultra glam Daryl Hannah readies herself for a white night in London as the star of The Seven Year Itch.