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UPDATED 11/06/2000 at 01:00 AM EST Originally published 11/06/2000 at 01:00 AM EST

City of Angels: At the L.A. premiere of Charlie's Angels, costars Cameron Diaz (left) Lucy Liu and Drew Barrymore stopped to give their fans a big halo. Being touched by Angels "made me feel really good, because I'm the Devil," says Barrymore, who also produced the film. "No, only kidding."

Arm in Armani they came, sharp-dressed celebs like Ashley Judd (left), to greet subtle sartorial superman Georgio Armani at a Manhattan gala celebrating the exhibit of the designer's greatest hits at the Guggenheim Museum. While Richard Gere (above) showed Georgio some love, Michelle Pfeiffer (below) chatted with beaus past (former boyfriend Fisher Stevens, left) and present (hubby David E. Kelley).

In Manhattan, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sharon Stone turned clocks back to their Total Recall days at an auction of celeb watches that raised $1.5 million for charities. At the same do (below), Muhammad Ali got punchy with Billy Crystal.

Quaidraphonic sound filled the L.A. hot spot Las Palmas when Dennis Quaid (remember Great Balls of Fire?) tackled some Rolling Stones and Van Morrison tunes with former Stray Cat Slim Jim Phantom. Quaid next stars in Traffic, a drama due Dec. 27.

Anne Heche strolled in L.A. with her new beau, cameraman Coley Laffoon, who helped Heche film a behind-the-scenes documentary about the summer comedy tour of her ex, Ellen DeGeneres.

Just when I thought it was out...Fly guy Al Pacino played second base for a Softball game in L.A., where he and the crew of his film Simone lost to the Just Shoot Me team.

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