updated 04/02/2001 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 04/02/2001 AT 01:00 AM EDT
Rocco and roll: Madonna, Guy Ritchie and baby Rocco trolled for material goods in Manhattan. Ritchie directed Madonna's video "What It Feels Like for a Girl."
All you need is Liv: Paul McCartney found a lively listener in actress Liv Tyler at Stella McCartney's Chloé show in Paris. "I always suggest outfits, but she doesn't do them," he said of his designer daughter.
"You have to be careful giving me awards because I really like this," said Warren Beatty (with wife Annette Bening), who received the Distinguished Directors Award from the Costume Designers Guild in L.A.
Making like El Fonz, Antonio Banderas was all thumbs before appearing on Late Show with David Letterman to promote his new family flick, Spy Kids, in Manhattan.
Devil's advocate: Jennifer Love Hewitt, who plays Satan in the comedy The Devil and Daniel Webster, directed by Alec Baldwin, looked like an angel at the L.A. premiere of her film Heartbreakers.
Bruce Springsteen and rocker wife Patti Scialfa made a grate-looking couple as they stopped sidewalk traffic on New York City's Madison Avenue. The E Street Band's new album hits stores April 3.
"I wonder if this will put an end to, 'Hey, aren't you Mick Jagger?' " said Steven Tyler (inset, left, performing with Kid Rock) after his band, Aerosmith, was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Others enjoying play time at the Hall's blowout bash in New York City were (clockwise from top left) Ricky Martin, who kept the beat with Dayanara and her hubby, Marc Anthony; the still Supreme Mary Wilson; and Meg Ryan, who joined pal Melissa Etheridge.
Clowning achievement: In Monaco Princess Stephanie cheeked out the competition at Festiclown, an international festival of clowns. Stephanie, who dates Switzerland circus director Franco Knie, presided over the jury.
On a break from filming the comedy The Royal Tenenbaums in New York City, Gwyneth Paltrow dined with dad Bruce, her director in last year's Duets.
Wascally wabbits: Christie Brinkley cuddled daughter Sailor, 2, at Bunny Hop, a benefit for Manhattan's Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center