Chivalrous and hygienic (check out the gloves), former CHiPs star Erik Estrada carried teen phenom Jennifer Love Hewitt to their station at the Los Angeles Mission, where celebs and volunteers dished out 4,383 Thanksgiving meals to the homeless.
When San Franciscans say the Rock, they mean Alcatraz—but a close runner-up might be the 5½-carat stone sported by preschool teacher Kelley Phleger, 30, who escorted fiancé Don Johnson to a Nash Bridges party.
Robert Duvall stepped lively with Oprah Winfrey when he and John Travolta appeared on her talk show in Chicago. Duvall even tried to interest Travolta and Winfrey in a tango movie he hopes to make: “Oprah, you can dance with Travolta, or you can dance with me, or I’ll dance with Travolta,” he offered.
The truth is out there—up a little, and about five feet to the left. This NASA-certified, unretouched photo shows X-Filer David Duchovny communing with a suspicious, flying spheroid on a California beach. If you don’t believe in UFOs after seeing this, you’re probably the kind of person who still believes the Titanic was sunk by an iceberg.
Look! Up in the gallery at London’s House of Lords! It’s Halloween: H20 star Jamie Lee Curtis, watching the proceedings as the Queen opened a new session of Parliament. Curtis’s husband, This is Spinal Tap’s Christopher Guest, inherited the title of Lord Haden-Guest in 1996.
Political activist and Veronica’s Closet star Ron Silver (left) joined Sean Penn in Manhattan at the annual awards ceremony for the Creative Coalition, a social and political advocacy group dedicated to improving the quality of life. The event, hosted by Nathan Lane, raised more than $500,000 for TCC.
Just as we’re getting used to that new Whitney Houston-Mariah Carey song, it’s time to prepare for the next big Diva Duet—from Brandy and Diana Ross. The pair teamed up in New York City to record “Love Is All That Matters,” for their upcoming ABC movie, Double Platinum, due in May.