Michael Jackson posed as a lei person with hula dancers before his concerts in Honolulu, the only U.S. stop on his current world tour. His new bride, Debbie Rowe, expects their first child in February.
John F. Kennedy Jr., dogged by his pooch Friday, arrived with his missus, camera-shy Carolyn Bessette Kennedy, at Big Sky, a ski resort near Bozeman, Mont. The trio spent the New Year's holiday there.
Powder buff Prince Charles sped down the slopes of Klosters, Switzerland, on a toboggan run with his younger son, Prince Harry
, 12, during their ski holiday. Later, Charles swooshed to first place in a ski race at the Swiss Alpine resort, while Harry placed ninth in the children's competition.
Olympian Nancy Kerrigan medaled in motherhood on Dec. 17 when the skater and her husband, sports agent Jerry Solomon, welcomed their first child, Matthew Solomon. As for her career, Kerrigan says, "I'm not allowed to exercise yet, but I have to wait to get back on the ice to see how I feel."
Martial arts master Jackie Chan, now kicking up his heels in the film Jackie Chan's First Strike, tackled a wet slab of cement with his bare hands (then added his nose and feet) outside Mann's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
Fargo's star and director—Frances McDormand and hubby Joel Coen—were one happy couple when the thriller won the N.Y. Film Critics Circle's best-film award.
Jim Carrey escorted wife Lauren Holly to the L.A. premiere of her new movie Turbulence. When an enamored fan yelled, "I love you, Lauren!" Jim replied, "Too late!"
Manhattan's Big Apple Circus continued to pach 'em into the big tent, where Christopher Reeve and his clan clowned around with two of the performers after the show. Reeve's crew includes (above, from left) son Matthew, 17, daughter Alexandra, 13 (their mum is former British model Gae Exton), and Will, 4, his son with wife Dana. Also at the Big Apple, Candice Bergen (left), who brought along daughter Chloe and mom Frances Bergen, met an elephant she may never forget.