updated 03/22/2004 AT 01:00 AM EST
•originally published 03/22/2004 AT 01:00 AM EST
LEXINGTON, KY., MARCH 7
With the help of cheerleading captain Jason Keogh, University of Kentucky alum Ashley Judd shows off her native roots—despite her gimpy leg—at an NCAA basketball game. The actress, who twisted her ankle during a performance of Broadway's Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, is recovering from recent surgery.
HOLLYWOOD, MARCH 3
On the set of her comedy In Her Shoes, Cameron Diaz exchanges treats for tricks with Terry, costar Shirley MacLaine's rat terrier, when not squeezing in some between-scenes smooching with her sweetie, Justin Timberlake.
ON THE SET
ROME, MARCH 5
Catherine Zeta-Jones hits a sultry note while shooting an Elizabeth Arden commercial in the Eternal City.
MANHATTAN, MARCH 5
Nicole Kidman gets set to motor for a scene in her thriller The Interpreter.
THE SOPRANOS PRMIERE
NEW YORK CITY, MARCH 2
At a party to kick off fifth season, Vincent Pastore (left), whose FBI snitch "Big Pussy" now sleeps with the fishes, uses some muscle on new cast member Frank Vincent, who plays New York capo Phil Leotardo.
Married to the Mob
Jamie-Lynn DiScala cozies up to her husband, A.J., in a form-fitting Monique Lhuillier frock.
James Gandolfini drops his wise guise to hug fiancée Lora Somoza, who proudly sports a 3-carat supersparkler on her left hand.
Copping an Attitude
Tony Sirico, a.k.a. Paulie Walnuts, makes the most of a faked run-in with the cops.
Lord of the Reins
HOLLYWOOD, MARCH 1
Hold your horses! Yep, that's Viggo Mortensen riding high on TJ, the American Paint horse who costars in his new action flick Hidalgo. "They were nice enough to let me buy him, so I get to ride him as much as I can," said the actor.
MALIBU, MARCH 6
On a break from promoting his controversial religious opus The Passion of the Christ, director Mel Gibson enjoys a different kind of spiritual journey on his 2004 Harley-Davidson Screamin' Eagle Electra Glide.
Rockin' the Vote
BEVERLY HILLS, MARCH 2
At a Declare Yourself event to rally America's young voters, Leonardo DiCaprio confabs with OutKast's Andre 3000 and Kirsten Dunst. "We're not telling you who to vote for, just go online [www.declareyourself.com] and register to vote," said Dunst. No need to rethink this campaign strategy.
Show Business Casual
SANTA MONICA, MARCH 3
New mom Kate Hudson and her husband, Chris Robinson, dress down to pick up the goods at Wild Oats, an organic grocery store. Son Ryder, now 2 months old, kicked back at home.
Laying the Groundwork
MOHALE'S HOEK, LESOTHO, MARCH 3
Sporting a new 80-cent do, Prince Harry helps Mutsu Potsane, 4, plant a peach tree at a local orphan-age. During his two-month stay, the royal is visiting clinics, building bridges and teaching rugby to kids.
Hung Out to Try
BERKELEY, CALIF, MARCH 6
Recently signed by Koch Records, American Idol's most popular reject, William Hung, works on his debut CD, The True Idol, due April 6. "There's fame and there's infamy, and I don't want to be infamous," says Hung, who will sing "She Bangs," "Shake Your Bon-Bon" and "Rocket Man."
MIAMI, MARCH 8
Arriving at Miami International, Paris Hilton displays the essentials for a comfy flight: fluffy pillows, her boyfriend Nick Carter and, of course, Tinkerbell, her Chihuahua. The hotel scion is in town to film and promote her TV show, The Simple Life 2.
In a Tight Spot
L.A., MARCH 8
A blacked-out Britney Spears struts in a Kurt & Bart/Bodyworship catsuit and Hollywould boots during her concert at the Staples Center. The pop diva joked with the audience—which included Colin Farrell and his sister Claudine—saying, "Does anybody feel lucky? Maybe I'll marry you."
All That Chaz
MANHATTAN, MARCH 7
Secret Window's Charles S. Dutton cuts up with Will Smith at the premiere of the thriller costarring Johnny Depp.