Star Tracks

updated 02/10/1997 AT 01:00 AM EST

originally published 02/10/1997 AT 01:00 AM EST

Proving that marriage need not be old hat, the recently reunited Tommy and Pamela Lee (right) brimmed with bliss at the American Music Awards in L.A. Pamela introduced Tommy's band Mötley Crüe, which reteamed for the show. Also gigging at the AMAs: Pat Boone (above, dressed to pump his new CD of heavy-metal remakes) muscled in on Shania Twain, who won best female country artist. And Melrose Place's Lisa Rinna (left) gammed it up as a presenter.

Chanteuse Celine Dion (above, with her manager-producer hubby, René Angélil) got her just desserts after singing at a benefit concert in Manhattan for Gay Men's Health Crisis. "Rock on, rich people!" bellowed Rosie O'Donnell (below, left) while cohosting the event with Phil Donahue (far right). Other celebs helping to raise $4.2 million included Michael Douglas, Mario Thomas and Barbara Walters.

Blues Brothers James Belushi (above, left) and Dan Aykroyd—nice fromage, fella—kicked back with James Brown before their halftime Super Bowl show in New Orleans. Also in town: Home Improvement's Jonathan Taylor Thomas (far left) got to the point with Superman Dean Cain at MTV's flag football game. In Manhattan, boxing's Oscar De La Hoya (right) dogged it at a Super-shindig.

Catty Jamie Lee Curtis (right) was spotted at the L.A. premiere of her comedy Fierce Creatures, where daughter Annie Guest, 10, stole the show. At the same event, Fierce's John Cleese (left) schmoozed with a furry friend. Could the witty Brit be 'rooing the day he signed on to coproduce, cowrite and star in a film reuniting the cast of the 1988 hit A Fish Called Wanda? His Creature feature grossed a weak $3.7 million its first weekend.

Cabaret legend Eartha Kitt roared her approval when RuPaul Andre Charles (better known simply as the costumed belle RuPaul) left his platinum wig, lipstick and stiletto heels at home while catching Kitt's purr-formance at the Cafe Carlyle in New York City. Obviously life is never a drag when two divas get together.

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