In Los Angeles, Jenna Elfman (left) and Lisa Marie Presley joined some young activists at the opening of new headquarters for the Citizens Commission on Human Rights, a mental health watchdog organization.
At last! After 11 prior nominations, Regis Philbin won his first—and second—Daytime Emmys, for best talk show host and game show host. He accepted his hardware via satellite from Atlantic City.
Pretty fly for a royal guy: Doing his very best not to keep a stiff upper lip, Prince Harry, 16, recovered from April's foot injury, struck a hip-hop pose while hanging with school chums at Eton.
Look, Dad, no hands! Strapped in for a stroll in London's Soho section, Iris, Jude Law's 7-month-old daughter with wife actress Sadie Frost, checked out the view from above.
Jon Bon Jovi received an honorary doctorate—hey, watch the hair!—from Monmouth University in West Long Branch, N.J.
In Manhattan, Spin City costars Heather Locklear and Charlie Sheen spent part of their hiatus helping to promote ABC's upcoming fall lineup. Locklear will return for her third season; Sheen, his second.
Closing credits: Among those on hand as the 54th Cannes Film Festival wrapped were (clockwise from below left) Don Johnson and Jesse, his 18-year-old son with actress Patti D'Arbanville, at the Pledge party; a three-months-pregnant Jodie Foster, who was a presenter at the closing ceremony; Antonio Banderas, who joined the tribute to wife Melanie Griffith's 27-year career; and singer-actress Grace Jones, looking ready for takeoff before a screening of the French romantic drama Va Savoir!
In Honolulu, a see-worthy Cuba Gooding Jr. (above) rallied the troops aboard the carrier USS John C. Stennis at the premiere of his World War II flick Pearl Harbor. Also on deck for the event was figure-skating champion Michelle Kwan (below).
Michael Douglas and wife Catherine Zeta-Jones took a timeout from watching Dylan, their 9-month-old son, to be presenters at the Laureus World Sports Awards in Monte Carlo.