By People Staff
September 01, 1997 12:00 PM

They still love him tender down in Memphis, where loyal fans gathered during Elvis Week to observe the 20th anniversary of the King’s death. Daughter Lisa Marie (above, left) and ex-wife Priscilla turned up at a concert highlighted by a video of Lisa Marie in a computer-generated duet with Dad. And no, the honored absentee wasn’t to be found among the inevitable impersonators (at right).

On Block Island, R.I., to kick off a three-week family vacation, President Clinton sent his approval rating soaring—at least as far as Caroline Rhame, 7, of Southport, Conn., was concerned. The Clintons were en route to Martha’s Vineyard for the President’s 51st birthday.

Cheeky Anthony Hopkins bussed his movie wife, Elle Macpherson, at an East Hampton, N.Y., screening of their survival thriller The Edge, due Sept. 26. The supermodel’s next delivery? A baby with bankerbeau Arki Busson in February.

It was a midsummer night’s rhythm-and-blues dream when soulmates Toni Braxton and Seal teamed up on the old Marvin Gaye-Tammi Terrell Motown hit “You’re All I Need to Get By” during Carlsberg Concert ’97 at London’s Wembley Stadium.

Actress Tia Carrere (Wayne’s World) netted the red-carpet treatment at the Los Angeles premiere of the action-adventure flick Kull the Conqueror, starring TV’s Hercules, Kevin Sorbo. In the movie, based on the Marvel comic book, Carrere plays a 3,000-year-old sorceress (is there sex after 2,000?) who bewitches the mythical hero.

Ageless—well, sort of—Rolling Stones Ron Wood (left), 50, Mick Jagger, 54, Charlie Watts, 56, and Keith Richards, 53, announced their Bridges to Babylon tour, starting Sept. 23, under the Brooklyn Bridge.

Affianced actors Courtney B. Vance (The Preacher’s Wife) and Angela Bassett (Waiting to Exhale) seemed mad only about each other at the L.A. premiere of Vance’s Showtime movie 12 Angry Men.

Los Angeles Lakers big man Shaquille O’Neal (left) put on his best game face—and shared a peaceful moment with the team’s previous superstar Earvin “Magic” Johnson—at the L.A. premiere of Shaq’s adventure movie Steel. Magic’s new late-night talk show is expected to materialize early next year.

NYPD Blue’s Nicholas Turturro had all his bases covered as infant daughter Apollonia and wife Lisa went to bat for him at the L.A. Dodgers’ Hollywood Stars game. Turturro, whose ABC drama begins its fifth season Sept. 30, also costars in. the new romance Excess Baggage.

Patrick Swayze (with wife Lisa), still mending from two broken legs after being thrown from a horse on location last May, checks out his new star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. His 1987 hit Dirty Dancing was just re-released on its 10th anniversary.