Actress Ashley Judd and singer Michael Bolton went public—real public—with their new romance at the Dolce & Gabbana fashion show in Manhattan. Judd viewed the action from Bolton's lap.
Fergie swung with her daughters Eugenie, 6 (second from left), and Beatrice (not pictured), 8, at an amusement park in Staffordshire, England.
Actress Reese Witherspoon couldn't mask her enthusiasm at joining other young Hollywoodites at the L.A. premiere of the movie William Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet.
At an L.A. rally, Bruce Springsteen and Jesse Jackson hooked up to fight California's Proposition 209, which seeks to end many affirmative action programs. The Boss serenaded the crowd with "The Promised Land" and "No Surrender."
Regis Philbin showed off his Macarena at Chris Evert's tennis tourney in Boca Raton, Fla. Reege and just-retired Gabriela Sabatini beat Don Shula and Pam Shriver, raising $800,000 to aid drug-addicted mothers and infants.
Former TV neighbors (from left) Joan Van Ark, Michele Lee and Donna Mills warmed up for their coming reunion miniseries on CBS, Knots Landing: Back to the Cul-de-Sac, at the L.A. screening of Color Me Perfect, a Lifetime TV movie starring Lee.
Emcee Heather Locklear (above) roared in her Richard Tyler dress, one of nine outfits she wore the night of the VH1 Fashion Awards, which kicked off Fashion Week in New York City. At the same event, Polo model Tyson Beckford (right) picked up, at least tern porarily, fellow model Roshumba.
Fashion Week in Manhattan also found actress Kirstie Alley (left), dressed in a Versace faux animal-print coat, stalking some additional sartorial prey at the Versace show. And at designer Nicole Miller's show, singer John Mellencamp (right) soothed the backstage nerves of his wife, model Elaine Irwin, before she prowled Miller's catwalk.