GLAAD Dad: Eric McCormack, with wife Janet Holden, mastered the role of attentive father-to-be (their first child is due in July) at the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation Media Awards in L.A., where Will & Grace was named outstanding comedy series.
Stick shift: That pitch was way low, J.Lo! In East Harlem, N.Y., Jennifer Lopez dug in for a game of stickball (though we wonder how she'll be able to round the bases in those wedgies) for a scene in her upcoming video, "I'm Gonna Be Alright." Lopez switches back to her acting persona for the drama Enough, opening May 24.
Have you driven with Ford lately? In a scene strikingly similar to his recent appearance as Minnie Driver's driver (People, Feb. 4, 2002), Harrison Ford chauffeured his newest ally, girlfriend Calista Flockhart, around L.A. He appears this July in the submarine drama K-19: The Widowmaker.
Cheerman of the boards: With mom Nicole looking on, 7-year-old Connor Antony Kidman Cruise got caught up in all the hoopla at a recent L.A. Lakers game. Kidman and ex Tom Cruise share joint custody of their two children.
Aero-dynamic: Jennifer Aniston (left) and Liv Tyler were on hand when rock band Aerosmith received an mtv lCON award in L.A. Meanwhile, lead singer—and Liv's dad—Steven Tyler (right) shared some sweet emotions with Janet Jackson.
It was Star Trek: The Next Generation all over again at Miller's Children's Hospital in Long Beach, Calif., where Patrick Stewart had a jaw-dropping encounter with 4-month-old Serenity McGee (and mom Tracy), who awaited a blood transfusion. Two days later, Stewart competed in the Toyota Grand Prix Pro/Celebrity race, benefiting local children's hospitals.
Momma Lisa: At L.A.'s FAO Schwarz store, Lisa Kudrow and son Julian, 3, celebrated the launch of a new national arts-education program for children.
Winona Ryder and pal SNL's Jimmy Fallon turned up at a Manhattan bash for the rerelease of The Last Waltz, Martin Scorsese's acclaimed 1978 rockumentary.