Party of Five's Jennifer Love Hewitt mixed it up at a monster mash to party with some creeps in Orlando, where she taped a segment for Fox-TV's Halloween Horror Nights, filmed at Universal Studios Florida.
Clint Eastwood didn't play "Misty," but the Carnegie Hall Jazz Band did during the New York City gala tribute Eastwood: After Hours. Clint (with members of the jazz ensemble) vamped a few bars of "After Hours" but otherwise left it up to the professionals.
At the L.A. premiere of their new drama To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday, working couple David Kelley and wife Michelle Pfeiffer—she stars, he produces and adapted the screenplay—worked the crowd. Meanwhile model-turned-thespian Carol Alt—who next plays herself in Howard Stern's Private Parts—arrived with pal Paul Sorvino (below), but no, this couple is not romantically winked.
Martin Short, cast as Mara Wilson's fairy godmother in A Simple Wish, reeled in wand-erful wishes for his pint-size costar while filming the comedy in New York City's Central Park.
Bryan Adams and Sheryl Crow looked as if they'd left the keys in the car after performing in L.A. with the All-Star Garage Band at a bash for 1,800 partygoers to benefit City of Hope, an organization that funds medical research.
Prince Rainier, 73, who has lately been rumored to be thinking about retirement, blew off some steam in Spain, where Monaco's monarch gamely pursued partridge—not the family, the bird.
Sean Penn and the missus, actress Robin Wright, who costar as an alcoholic couple in She's De Lovely, a drama due next fall, enjoyed a little revelry at Miami Beach's Bash, a hot spot partly owned by Penn. "Do you wanna see my imitation of Kevin Bacon?" asked pugnacious Penn, who delivered this impression (above) with the help of cellophane tape.
In L.A., Frasier's John Mahoney got sideswiped by his Must See TV costars Peri Gilpin (above left) and Jane Leeves at the Loyola Mary-mount University fete where NBC honcho Bob Wright accepted an award on behalf of the network. Suddenly Susan's Brooke Shields and Andre Agassi came à deuce—love those matching tuxes, kids!—to the event, which raised $400,000 for Loyola scholarships and equipment.