Kiss me, Kate! At London's Heathrow Airport, Kate Winslet and film director husband Jim Threapleton prepared 8-month-old daughter Mia for a two-week Roman holiday.
Christina Aguilera had a Rouge awakening in L.A., where she teamed up with Mya and Pink to sing their hit single "Lady Marmalade" at the Wango Tango music festival.
How does Cuba Gooding Jr. get around Hydra, the Greek island where he is filming the comedy Boat Irip. A la cart, of course.
Top Gun: "I have never enjoyed it as much as I did with her," says Dolly Parton (right) of Reba McEntire's starring turn on Broadway in Annie Get Your Gun. McEntire's run ends June 22.
He squirts, he scores! Kobe Bryant (left) brandished a water pistol to battle the summer heat—and Shaquille O'Neal—at the L.A. parade celebrating the Lakers' second straight NBA title. "We're going to get another one next year," promised Bryant.
At an L.A. park, Cindy Crawford helped son Presley Walker, 2, take some strides toward impending big-brotherhood. Crawford's second child with husband Rande Gerber is due in September.
The Nail File: Steven Tyler she's not, but pop star Britney Spears showed how to Walk This Way (Hey! Watch the hands...and the feet!) after getting the full treatment at a salon in L.A.
A high-spirited Winona Ryder (left) and Courtney Love buddied up at a Hugo Boss bash in New York City. This fall Love can be seen onscreen in the drama Julie Johnson, while Ryder appears next year with Adam Sandler in the comedy Mr. Deeds.
American beauty Mena Suvari helped rocker Dave Matthews get a grip in Manhattan, as they launched an MTV scholarship campaign for students who are fighting discrimination.
Just desserts: On Father's Day, Will Smith invited son Trey, 8, to an L.A. signing of Just the Two of Us, his children's book based on the lyrics of the 1998 hit song he wrote for Trey.