Paul McCartney let his fingers do the talking as he critiqued daughter Stella's spring-summer fashion show for Chloé in Paris. McCartney, whose art is featured in his new book Paintings, sat next to another veteran of London's swinging '60s scene: Twiggy.
Will Smith and Damon Wayans added some wrestling moves at the VH1 Fairway to Heaven golf tournament in Las Vegas. Wayans's latest film, the dramedy Bamboozled, is currently in theaters; Smith's drama The Legend of Bagger Vance opens Nov. 3.
A grand ole time was had by many in Nashville, where Dolly Parton and Loretta Lynn were among the stars celebrating the Grand Ole Opry's 75th anniversary. "I'm almost as old as the Grand Ole Opry," cracked Parton, who's actually 54, "but I've had a lot of fun."
A laid-back Penélope Cruz kept things casual in Los Angeles, where she was preparing to begin her next film, Vanilla Sky, with costar Tom Cruise.
At Lifetime's Women Rock! Girls & Guitars show in L.A., it didn't take a palm reader to see that Ellen DeGeneres (with her pal, actress Alexandra Hedison) has recovered from her August breakup with Anne Heche.
Gillian Anderson kept an eye out for alien life forms (The X-Files' eighth season starts Nov. 5) as she joined L.A.'s 16th annual AIDS walk.
Holly Hunter found an ally in Ally (Calista Flockhart) at Premiere's Women in Hollywood lunch. They star in the upcoming Showtime film Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her.
Kate Capshaw got attached to a trio of television's toughest women—Camryn Manheim (The Practice), S. Epatha Merkerson (Law& Order) and Stockard Channing (The West Wing)—at a N.Y.C. luncheon. The group stars in next year's Showtime drama A Girl Thing.
For the one moment of the year that Miss America is actually encouraged to make waves, newly crowned Angela Perez Baraquio went for the customary post-victory ocean dip in Atlantic City.