The Wedding Party: After five seasons of on-again, off-again romance, Party of Five’s Charlie (Matthew Fox) and Kirsten (Paula Devicq) finally tied the knot in an episode of the FOX drama to air this fall. Present on the L.A. set of the nuptials (from left): Neve Campbell, Lacey Chabert, Devicq, Fox, Jacob Smith and Scott Wolf.
Oh, to be a fly on the dinner table during the conversation between this improbable duo: grande-dame actress Lauren Bacall and Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards at the New York City premiere of The Muse, Albert Brooks’s new Hollywood satire.
A pumped-up Brandy proved that you’re never fully dressed without a smile at The Source Hip-Hop Music Awards in L.A. The singer-actress, who has just kicked off her fifth season as TV’s Moesha, hosted a preawards show on UPN.
When it comes to finding the perfect scene-stealing outfit for a movie premiere, Elizabeth Hurley is always in the pink. The actress zipped into this Versace leather pantsuit for the L.A. opening of longtime love Hugh Grant’s comedy Mickey Blue Eyes, which Hurley coproduced.
After Inspector Gadget Matthew Broderick gave a pep talk to Chicago Cubs slugger Sammy Sosa in St. Louis, Sosa hit two homers. But his team lost 6-5 to the Cardinals, who have their own home-run king, Mark McGwire.
Punk Spice? Melanie Chisholm (Sporty Spice) unveiled a radical makeover (see “before” photo, inset) during her debut solo performance of songs from her upcoming album Northern Star in Sheffield, England. On hand were the other three Spice Girls: Victoria Adams, Melanie Gulzar and Emma Bunton.
Family Bonding: Dismissing 007’s customary high-tech transport, Pierce Brosnan strolled through the streets of Edinburgh, Scotland, with his daughter Charlotte (her mother was Brosnan’s late wife, Cassandra), 27, an actress. They were in town for the U.K. premiere of Brosnan’s heist thriller The Thomas Crown Affair.
A photo fin-ish: Actress Salma Hayek made the catch of the day—don’t worry, folks, it’s just a prop—on the Vancouver set of her upcoming romantic comedy, which is tentatively titled Shiny New Enemies.