Desperately seeking sanctuary? Call Cher! The singer turned actress turned telemarketer shopped and strolled in Malibu (left), perhaps ferreting out medieval tchotchkes for Sanctuary, her mail-order catalog of home furnishings based on her Gothic taste.
Keenen Ivory Wayans shed his Shame face for his date Daphne Cole at the L.A. premiere of A Low Down Dirty Shame. Wayans plays a seedy but supercool private eye in the action adventure, which he also wrote and directed.
Oh, to be in Paris! Especially when Britain’s Princess Diana attends a swanky children’s charity dinner and concert at Versailles looking trés magnifique in an ultrasexy gown by fashion phenom Hervé Leger. The trip was Di’s first working visit to France since she formally curtailed her public appearances a year ago.
Costars Michael Douglas (left), Demi Moore and Dennis Miller readied for the gender wars at an L.A. screening of Disclosure, the tale of female-on-male sexual harassment due Dec. 9. It is based on Michael Crichton’s best-selling novel of the same name.
Dana Carvey opted for the tender trap and paired off with wife Paula at the L.A. opening of Trapped in Paradise. Carvey costars with Jon Lovitz and Nicolas Cage in the comedy about three brothers’ small-town heist.
Grease! was the word as Brooke Shields shimmied out of her leather jacket—”Go, Greased Lightning!”—to join her boyfriend, tennis ace Andre Agassi (above), after her debut in the Broadway musical. Shields plays the salty-mouthed, gum-smacking gang leader, Betty Rizzo, in the revival starring former soap star Ricky Paull Goldin (right) as super-greaser Danny Zuko. Shields, who turns 30 next year, hopes the role will rekindle her career. As for marriage plans, she remains tight-lipped about the love match. “We are very, very much together,” Shields has said. “I don’t have any plans; it’s so hard for me to see beyond every ‘Rama lama lama.’ ”