Moulin rules! "I'm drawn to working with strange people," said Nicole Kidman, clasping costar Ewan McGregor after both won acting honors for Moulin Rouge at London's Film Critics Circle Awards.
Yale bonding: First Daughter Barbara Bush traded hip tips with school chum Jamil Moen when the pair checked out the back-to-school fashions at designer Zac Posen's show in New York City.
"I haven't seen this many men dressed in women's clothing since my bachelor party," observed Hart's War star Bruce Willis (flanked by cross-dressing undergrads Lorenzo Moreno, left, and Kevin Meyers), who donned gender-bending garb—a 35-year-old tradition—when he picked up Harvard's Hasty Pudding Man of the Year award in Cambridge, Mass.
Premium view: Perched atop his favorite New York City landmark, Elliot De Niro, 3, hitched a ride from pop Robert when they took their dog for a stroll in Central Park.
Rock on: No Doubt's Gwen Stefani flashed her latest accessory—a sparkler from fiancé Gavin Rossdale—at an L.A. fete honoring U2's Bono and benefiting the National Cardiovascular Research Initiative.
Right foot. Now left. Again—with feeling! Guy Ritchie directed son Rocco, 18 months, as Madonna's two guys stepped out in London. Ritchie's next project with Rocco's mom, Love, Sex, Drugs and Money, is due this fall.
Who's the boss? Bruce Springsteen toured New York City with daughter Jessica, 10, and son Evan, 11, while on a break from studio work in Atlanta where the E Street Band has regrouped to record new songs.
Royal wave: In Twickenham, England, Princes William (left) and Harry showed their support for the English rugby team during its match against Ireland in the Six Nations tournament. The hometown blokes won 45-11.
Great expectations: Stuart Little's Geena Davis looked mighty sharp as a presenter at the American Society of Cinematographers awards in L.A. The actress's first child (with husband Dr. Reza Jarrahy) is due in April.