updated 06/25/2001 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 06/25/2001 AT 01:00 AM EDT
The fight club: At the Staples Center in L.A., pom-pom pilot Brad Pitt and wife Jennifer Aniston came fully prepared to root for the Los Angeles Lakers in their battle against the Philadelphia 76ers in the NBA finals.
Bada bark: In Manhattan, The Sopranos' Edie Falco went nose to nose with Marley, her German shepherd-yellow Lab mix, while filming a segment of Hollywood Unleashed, due to air on Animal Planet this fall.
Jessica Alba could teach Lara Croft a thing or two about kicking baddie butt, but at Tomb Raider's L.A. premiere the Dark Angel star was otherwise engaged—with costar Michael Weatherly, her new fiancé.
Susan Sarandon (longtime love of Tim Robbins, above, right) partied in Manhattan with daughter Eva, 16, at a benefit concert featuring 'N Sync, Destiny's Child and Macy Gray to help reduce teen pregnancy.
In Los Angeles, Tim Robbins accepted the Upton Sinclair Award (and a hug from previous winner Alfre Woodard) at a Liberty Hill Foundation gala to honor the actor for his social activism.
Drew Barrymore (left) presented her Boys on the Side costar Whoopi Goldberg with a Women in Film Crystal Award at an L.A. luncheon that also honored Glenn Close and director Betty Thomas.
French kiss: In Paris, comeback queen Jennifer Capriati spent some quality time with her trophy from the French Open. "I'm just waiting to wake up from this dream," said Capriati, 25, who also won the Australian Open this year.
Little Foxes: Michael J. Fox and wife Tracy Pollan brought their cubs—from left, twin daughters Aquinnah and Schuyler, 6, and son Sam, 12—to the New York City premiere of his Disney film Atlantis: the Lost Empire. They'll soon have to make room for one more, as Fox recently announced that the couple's fourth child is due in December.
Ladies who launch: Melissa Etheridge brought her new girlfriend, Popular's Tammy Lynn Michaels, to the L.A. premiere of The Anniversary Party. Etheridge's next album, Skin, is due in stores July 10.
I see bogey men: Haley Joel Osment played it forward in Pacific Palisades, Calif., as part of the National Breast Cancer Coalition's Celebrity Golf Classic. His new sci-fi film, the Steven Spielberg-directed A.I., opens June 29.
Matthew Perry settled into an impromptu pow-wow with a lady Friend in L.A., film producer Jennifer Keohane (Body Shots). Perry recently wrapped filming on the comedy Servicing Sarah, which had been interrupted by his sudden return to rehab in February.