updated 08/01/2005 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 08/01/2005 AT 01:00 AM EDT
Liv Tyler's latest role—mom to 7-month-old Milo—has made her a bit of an airhead. "What they say about your brain cells going out the window when you have a baby is so true," says Tyler, 28, who recently became the face of Givenchy's fragrance Very Irresistible. "You get really stupid and flighty. Gwyneth [Paltrow] said she couldn't remember her movie lines after she had Apple." Nights out with rocker husband Royston Langdon have proven tricky as well. "You are so in love with your baby that when you get to go out, you're like, 'Oh, I miss him! What's he doing? Maybe we should go home.' "
Dr.Quinn and the Ferrets
Jane Seymour's not shy about baring skin—at least not while playing the randy wife of a U.S. Treasury Secretary who tries to seduce Owen Wilson in the comedy Wedding Crashers. "When I act, I become the character, and she was quite comfortable about what she was i doing. But Owen was very nervous," says I Seymour, 54, who lures Wilson into a compromising clinch. "His hands were like little ferrets. I said, 'Don't worry, you can move your hands.' " Wilson was grateful for his costar's coaxing. "I knew her as Dr. I Quinn [Medicine Woman], so it was a hic-cup to put my hands on her," says Wilson, f 36. "But by the end, I was calling for more takes—to really get the scene right."
Hilary: Primp that Pooch
Hilary Duff spends plenty in LA. clothing boutiques—for pets, that is. "I've gone dog l nutty," says the singer, 17, who has a Chihuahua named Lola. "I probably spend $150 on a dress. I just bought a pink one in tutu material with floating Hello Kittys inside." Lola seems to love it. "She's spoiled. She has a hot-pink [carrying] pouch and a cheetah-print one," says Duff, who performs her CD Most Wanted at AOL's Music Sessions. "But once you wash them a couple of times, they're not as soft. She won't even get in. She's like, "Uh-uh.' "