updated 06/09/2003 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 06/09/2003 AT 01:00 AM EDT
The Black Crowes frontman Chris Robinson tuned up for his upcoming solo tour (he hits the road in July) by playing an exclusive gig for his actress wife, Kate Hudson (center), and some friends at the beach in Malibu on Memorial Day. Hudson next costars with Luke Wilson in the romantic comedy Alex & Emma, which opens June 20.
For he's a volley good fellow: George Clooney kept his eye on the ball while practicing his net game on a tennis court in Lombardy, Italy, where he was vacationing with family, including his father, Nick, and his grandmother Dica Warren. The actor has been keeping active during his break: He has also been biking and boating.
She may have been wearing blue, but actress Sarah Jessica Parker didn't let a little rain dampen her spirits as she stayed dry in style on the Manhattan set of her series Sex and the City. The sixth and final season of the HBO comedy premieres on June 22.
Nia Vardalos found a right-hand man in costar David Duchovny on the Vancouver set of Connie and Carla Do L.A., an upcoming comedy written by Vardalos about two women posing as drag queens.
Yes, she can make it through the rain: She may be used to going platinum, but a weather-ready Mariah Carey donned a gold raincoat in Manhattan. The singer kicks off a world tour on June 21 in Seoul, South Korea.
In New York City model Heidi Klum made shore that the Navy's sailors enjoyed Fleet Week by enlisting for autograph duty after taping Late Show with David Letterman.
Shania Twain looked pretty Up! when she arrived at the Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas, but she lost out to Martina McBride for Top Female Vocalist.
Elizabeth Hurley strolled in Nice, France, with her two favorite men: 13-month-old son Damian (Dad is movie producer Stephen Bing) and her beau, Indian businessman Arun Nayar.
In L.A. Winona Ryder went on a shopping spree at Old Navy. Her shoplifting trial has inspired a musical, Sticky Fingers: A Tale of Saks, Lies and Videotape, at a San Diego high school.
Looking right at home in New York City's bohemian East Village, Colin Farrell and a redheaded Robin Wright Penn made a colorful pair while filming a scene for the upcoming drama A Home at the End of the World.
Serena (left) and Venus Williams flaunted their Grand Slam gams at the Laureus World Sports Awards in Monte Carlo, where Serena took home Sportswoman of the Year honors. On June 7 the sisters could face off in the French Open final for the second straight year.
Though still in rehab for drug-and-alcohol abuse problems, Jack Osbourne (left) enjoyed a meal out on May 24 with mom Sharon and dad Ozzy at a Malibu restaurant, where they ran into director Steven Spielberg and his son Sawyer, 11.