Home Improvement’s, Tim Allen, flanked by Tool Time Girls past (Pamela Lee, left) and present (Debbe Dunning), revved up on the set before taping the show’s season finale, airing May 20.
Law & Order’s Sam Waterston tried to keep his eyes (and both hands) on the buzzer—TV lawyers for $100, Alex!—while competing in Celebrity Jeopardy!, an all-celeb contest taped to air April 28-May 2. It was more than just child’s play at Nickelodeon’s 10th Annual Kids’ Choice Awards in Los Angeles, where grown-ups also gathered to demonstrate that you’re never too old to be, well, immature. Host Rosie O’Donnell (right) got slimed with green goop—the event’s highest honor—after she won the award for Favorite Movie Actress (Harriet the Spy), but she still oozed good sportsmanship with Kids’ Choice Hall of Fame inductee Will Smith. Liar Liar’s Jim Carrey (far left), winner for Favorite Movie Actor (The Cable Guy), made a comic combo with presenter Chris Farley, while boy-crazy sisters Ashley (above left) and Wynonna Judd juggled Wynon-na’s son Elijah, 2, and took in the show.
Newly svelte actress-model Anna Nicole Smith blew kisses—not smoke—at the Los Angeles premiere of the disaster flick Volcano. Smith, who told Extra that after the death of her husband, J. Howard Marshall II, 90, last year, “all I did was eat and watch TV,” has since shed over 50 pounds, but refuses to say how she did it.
A shipshape Sandra Bullock hit the deck with costar Jason Patric at a press conference celebrating their forthcoming action adventure Speed 2: Cruise Control, off Catalina Island, Calif. The seafaring sequel docks in theaters June 13.
Melissa Joan Hart, who stars in Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, had her boyfriend, actor James Fields, getting sweet on her at her 21st birthday bash in L.A. “I [still] look like I’m 16,” said Hart. “When I get carded…they won’t believe me!”
Sure, they’ve got their royal duties to perform (write if you know what they are), but Monaco’s busy Grimaldis work in plenty of playtime too. Former singer Princess Stephanie (above) did duet duty with rocker Jon Bon Jovi, one of her cohosts at the World Music Awards in Monte Carlo, which were taped to air later this spring on ABC. Meanwhile, Princess Caroline (above right, once more with hair) and her daughter Charlotte, 10, giddied up for an appearance at the 9th International Horse Jumping Competition in Monte Carlo. Not to be outdone, Prince Albert (right) showed fine forehand form as he held court opposite French Davis Cup captain Yannick Noah at the opening of a new tennis club in Monaco.