updated 06/18/2001 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 06/18/2001 AT 01:00 AM EDT
Stars of stage and screen made the scene for the 55th annual Tony Awards In Manhattan. Among those on hand were 1) Gwyneth Paltrow, glimmering as a presenter; 2) Mel Brooks, whose musical The Producers won a record 12 Tonys, including best actor-musical for Nathan Lane; 3) Proof's Mary-Louise Parker, who celebrated winning best actress-play with beau Billy Crudup; 4) presenters Gina Gershon and Eric McCormack; 5) nominee Linda Lavin and Annie Get Your Gun star Reba McEntire; and 6) Matthew Broderick, who, after losing out to his Tony cohost and Producers costar Lane for best actor-musical, was in cell-phone sync with wife Sarah Jessica Parker.
Okay, so how can I look like a supermodel? Perhaps Princess Caroline's daughter Charlotte, 14, was getting a few beauty secrets from a family friend, cover-girl-turned-actress Elle Macpherson, when the two met up in Saint-Tropez.
Sabrina, the Teenage Witch star Melissa Joan Hart happily blonded with half sisters Samantha (left), 4, and Alexandra, 7, while showing them how to make an entrance at the Los Angeles premiere of Disney's latest animated adventure, Atlantis: The Lost Empire.
In L.A., Titanic actor Bill Paxton (left) and director James Cameron headed back out to sea for a celeb sailboat race benefiting the Planetary Coral Reef Foundation. Cameron's craft took first place.
Ryan O'Neal, looking fit despite undergoing treatment for leukemia since April, went for a stroll in Los Angeles with his girlfriend, actress Leslie Stefanson.
Sex and the City's Cynthia Nixon (left) and Kim Cattrall enjoyed a little girl talk—minus the cosmopolitans—at their comedy's new-season screening in Manhattan.
On the Chicago set of his Depression-era drama The Road to Perdition, Tom Hanks seemed far from dejected. In the film, due next spring, he plays a hit man.
I'm not worthy! In New York City one lucky fan—German Navarro—knelt down to worship his idol Gloria Estefan after the singer brought him onstage during her live performance on the Today show's summer concert series.