Goal-goal girl: Goldie Hawn cheered and a proud Kurt Russell caught the action on video as the couple's 16-year-old son Wyatt (inset) helped lead his junior league hockey team, the Sockeyes, to a 5-0 victory in Richmond, B.C. The Hollywood clan will take up residence in a suburb of Vancouver for the next two years while Wyatt trains to make it to the NHL.
The Moore the merrier: Demi Moore (left) moseyed into her 40th-birthday bash at an L.A. restaurant with Tallulah, 8, the youngest of her three kids with Bruce Willis. Among the well-wishers were her Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle costar Cameron Diaz and ex-hubby Willis (above), who shouldered a not-so-heavy burden—his and Moore's daughter Scout, 11—four days earlier at the La Brea Tar Pits in L.A.
It seemed like old times for Oscar winners Julia Roberts (left) and Marcia Gay Harden on the Brooklyn set of Mona Lisa Smile, due next fall. In the drama, which also stars Kirsten Dunst, Julia Stiles and Maggie Gyllenhaal, the prim and properly attired pair play professors at Wellesley College in the 1950s.
Look! It's the other Ben and Jen! Although Ben Stiller romances Jennifer Aniston in their as-yet-untitled flick, she looked more apt to bite than buss him during an embrace on the Manhattan set. This isn't the first time the actors have gotten Friendly: Stiller previously played one of Aniston's boyfriends on an episode of the hit sitcom.
The wedding planners: Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez, who recently fessed up to being engaged, hopped a carriage in New York City's Central Park to film a scene for their romantic comedy Jersey Girl. The proposal was "traditional, but also in a very spectacular way, as, of course, Ben would do it," Lopez told Primetime's Diane Sawyer.
Katie Couric shared a gripping moment with comedian Jimmy Fallon at the 42nd & Vine benefit Nov. 12 in Manhattan, which raised money for colorectal cancer research. Couric hosted the starry event, which included performances by Fallon (who belted out West Side Story's "Jet Song" with Robert De Niro), Robin Williams and Bette Midler. Joked Couric: "I feel like I'm at the mother of all bar mitzvahs."
Mile hi's: Eminem showed his might at the L.A. premiere of his debut film 8 Mile (which earned a whopping $54.5 million in its opening weekend), while his erstwhile nemesis Christina Aguilera (above) came to offer her hat-felt support.
A star is Osbourne: Despite telling 20/20'S Barbara Walters that she wanted to quit the TV life, Sharon Osbourne announced last week that she will be increasing her tube time by hosting Ask Sharon, a talk show due next fall. The heavy-metal matriarch got an early start by taping a promo at a Hollywood mall. The second season of her family's MTV hit The Osbournes starts Nov. 26.
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