In New York City, Oscar winner Hilary Swank (center) was the picture of exuberance when she encountered rocker Sting and his wife, movie producer Trudie Styler, at a photo sale benefiting the couple's Rainforest Foundation. The event, which raised $81,000, included a print by Sting and Styler's 18-year-old daughter Mickey.
Ralph Fiennes and Jennifer Lopez, who have denied talk of an affair, took a break from filming their upcoming romance The Chambermaid to dine out in Manhattan.
Wanna be startin' somethin': In London a fist-pumping Michael Jackson protested what he believes to be poor promotion of his latest disc, Invincible, by Sony Music, whom he also blames for damaging the careers of George Michael and Mariah Carey.
In Manhattan Matthew McConaughey and Kate Hudson looked pretty revved-up while filming the romantic comedy How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, due in 2003.
Hula la! Sister Ashley (left) and mother Naomi (center) turned out to support Wynonna Judd at an L.A. luau celebrating the premiere of the new Disney animated feature Lilo & Stitch, which features an Elvis classic performed by the singer.
Who needs a limo? During a night on the town in London, Princess Anne's daughter Zara Phillips, 21, simply got a lift from her big brother Peter, 24.
"I'd like to think I'm a little too young," said Tom Hanks, 45 (with wife Rita Wilson), of the American Film Institute Life Achievement Award he got in L.A. The salute airs June 24 on USA.
Tuneful twosome: At the Songwriters Hall of Fame fete in New York City Carole King, who picked up the Johnny Mercer Award, and Stevie Wonder, who took home lifetime-achievement honors, congratulated each other as his brother Milton Hardaway (left) looked on. "It really is a blessing I don't take lightly," remarked Wonder.
Steven Tyler traded his rock-star duds for a Santa suit when he filmed the upcoming Christmas episode of Lizzie McGuire in L.A. The Aerosmith singer took the guest role because his daughter Chelsea, 13, and son Taj, 10, are big fans of the Disney Channel comedy.