Disorder on the court: Salma Hayek and her sweetie, Edward Norton, cheered as the Lakers beat the Wizards in Michael Jordan's last game in L.A.
Will power: Madonna came through in the clutch while filming a scene with Megan Mullally in L.A. for Will & Grace. The Material Mom turns up as Karen's demanding new roommate in an episode airing April 24.
In L.A., hot shot Christina Aguilera hooped it up while shooting a promo for the NBA playoffs to the tune of her hit single "Fighter." The pop princess, whose album Stripped has gone multiplatinum, will tour with Justin Timberlake this summer.
In L.A., Tom Hanks and his wife, Rita Wilson, flashed their party-favor penlights at the Cedars-Sinai cancer research benefit, which raised $1.5 million and honored fashion designer Stella McCartney (right, with fiancé Alasdhair Willis).
Christina Ricci's new handheld in L.A.? Actor Adam Goldberg. The pair hooked up in January on the set of I Love Your Work, a film cowritten and directed by Goldberg.
Shania Twain strolled with her media-shy hubby, record producer Robert John "Mutt" Lange, in Auckland, New Zealand, where she shot a video for "Forever and for Always."
Cindy Crawford did some belly dancing with her hair-dresser Stephen Knoll at Manhattan's Whiskey lounge, which is owned by Crawford's hubby, Rande Gerber.
Painter's pants: Will Smith geared up for a paintball game with his pals at California Paintball Park in Castaic, Calif. Bad Boys II, the sequel to Smith's 1995 hit, is due in July.
Fully armed: Now prepping for The Amazing Spider-Man, Kirsten Dunst showed off her form for beau Jake Gyllenhaal at an L.A. cafe. She starts filming the sequel in mid-April; he just wrapped The Day After Tomorrow, an action thriller.
Eric McCormack smooched a pooch named Skeet who was up for adoption at the Lint Roller Party, an animal-shelter benefit held in Santa Monica.
In L.A., Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst and ex-Spice Girl Geri Halliwell played phone tag while walking Hug, a mixed breed owned by Halliwell's pal George Michael. A source says the pair are just friends.
"Colin is very nice, very polite, very professional," says Katie Holmes, who reconnected with costar Colin Farrell at the Manhattan premiere of their sniper drama, Phone Booth.
Crouching diva, hidden dharma? Britney Spears proved she's no zen-ophobe as the pop princess scoured the self-help section at a bookstore in Hollywood.