By People Staff
January 29, 1996 12:00 PM

Thighmaster Andrew Shue, who plays the affable Billy Campbell on Melrose Place, kicked up his heels at a charity soccer game in Sydney, where he also promoted the series. Pre-Mel-rose, Shue played on a professional soccer team in Zimbabwe.

What’s up, docs? Chicago Hope’s Adam Arkin (right) let his fingers do the talking as he devilishly relieved costar Hector Elizondo of his smoke at the CBS press tour in Pasadena. Hope won a Golden Globe nomination for Best Drama Series.

Aerosmith’s golden gullet, Steven Tyler, who is making an album in Miami, peeled out for a party on Florida’s Fishers Island, joined by a grape bunch of models: from left, Maureen Gallagher, Ingrid Casares and Neomi Campo.

Sandra Bullock‘s new comedy, Two If by Sea, was becalmed at the box office (No. 10) its opening weekend, but New York City fans buoyed the star after she taped The Late Show with David Letterman. (Dave fished in vain for news about Bullock’s beau, movie grip Donnie Padilla.)

Volley girl Cher, who has been living in London while cutting her next disc, It’s a Man’s World, showed no paddle fatigue as she visited an East End hostel run by Look Ahead, which houses the homeless.

Party of Five’s Jennifer Love Hewitt brought a party of one, pal Joey Lawrence—whose NBC sitcom, Brotherly Love (with siblings Matthew and Andrew), returns from hiatus in March—to the L.A. premiere of the comedy Bio-Dome.

Halle Berry rooted for hubby David Justice (whose solo blast in October finally brought Atlanta Braves fans a World Series crown) as he played in the MTV Rock N’ Jock softball game (airing March 30) in Long Beach, Calif.