NEW YORK CITY, APRIL 26
With a Dangerous Liaisons theme, the annual Costume Institute gala benefit transforms the Metropolitan Museum of Art into an 18th-century salon
JENNIFER LOPEZ IN DOLCE & GABBANA
Lopez sweeps onto the red carpet with 10-carat Stephen Russell diamond danglers on her ears, a six-carat rock on her finger, and a designer—Stefano Gabbana (left) and Domenico Dolce—on each arm. The one missing accessory? Beau Marc Anthony, who made a separate entrance.
RENEE ZELLWEGER IN CAROLINA HERRERA
SCARLETT JOHANSSON IN CALVIN KLEIN
CHARLIZE THERON IN DIOR COUTURE
JAMIE-LYNN DISCALA IN TOMMY HILFIGER
CLAIRE DANES IN ALEXANDER McQUEEN
ASHANTI IN GIORGIO ARMANI
PARADISE ISLAND,THE BAHAMAS
Average Joe's Adam Mesh enjoys his first vacation with his new sweetie, Samantha Trenk, at the Atlantis resort, where they toured the shark tanks, gambled and swam with eagle rays. "It was wonderful. I don't see us as a reality-show thing now," says Trenk.
LOS ANGELES, APRIL 24
Looking more like a '40s pinup girl than her usual skin-baring pop persona, Christina Aguilera goes for old-school glam on the set of a European TV Commercial for Virgin Mobile.
VALENCIA, CALIF., APRIL 23
At Six Flags Magic Mountain, Tobey Maguire (center) flips for the Scream! roller coaster with girlfriend Jennifer Meyer (right) and musician pal Blake Sennett. The actor, whose group also included Leonardo DiCaprio, took Meyer to the park for her 27th birthday.
LOS ANGELES, APRIL 20
When shooting their romantic comedy A Lot Like Love, Amanda Peet gets carried away while smooching costar Ashton Kutcher.
LAS VEGAS, APRIL 22
Sandra Bullock does her best urban cowgirl impression on the set of Miss Congeniality 2, in which the actress reprises her role as an undercover FBI agent.
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WASHINGTON, D.C., APRIL 25
At the March for Women's Lives, actresses (from left) Camryn Manheim, Cybill Shepherd, Whoopi Goldberg, Ashley Judd and Christine Lahti lent their support to abortion rights. "We must not suppress access to sex education and birth control." said Judd, who addressed more than half a million marchers on the National Mall, as did Julianne Moore and Susan Sarandon.