February 07, 2000 12:00 PM

Simply the best: Rock’s leggy legend Tina Turner—yup, she’s still got it at 60—limbered up for a music awards show in Cannes. La Tina, whose new album is titled Twenty Four Seven, was honored for her 40-year career.

Who needs a golf cart if Bill Murray will carry you around at no charge? He gave a fan a lift while playing in the amateur portion of the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic in La Quinta, Calif.

In touch with her inner child, her nose and her lumbar region, Ellen DeGeneres entertained at a television critics’ press tour in Pasadena. She costars in the HBO movie If These Walls Could Talk 2, airing March 5.

How sweet it is: The cast of Brandy’s UPN sitcom Moesha celebrated its 100th episode in L.A. From left, that’s William Allen Young, Yvette Wilson, Shar Jackson, Ray J, Brandy, Marcus T. Paulk, Lamont Bentley and Sheryl Lee Ralph.

Take me to the river: Tennis menace Jennifer Capriati got an oarful on Melbourne’s Yarra River during a break from the Australian Open, where she made it through to at least the semifinals of a major for the first time since 1991.

Meating of minds: Veronica’s Closet star Kirstie Alley got downright lippy with Meat Loaf, who hosted a live broadcast of VH1’s The List in L.A. In the episode, Alley named her top three songs of all time: (3) Prince’s “Purple Rain,” (2) Led Zeppelin’s “In the Evening” and (1) Jimi Hendrix’s “Purple Haze.”

Gonna fly now: Rapper Will Smith, recently named Favorite Male Pop/Rock Artist at the American Music Awards, returned to the steps Rocky Balboa made famous at the Philadelphia Art Museum to shoot his latest video, “Freakin’ It,” from his platinum album Willennium.

Happy day: Henry Winkler looked kinda fonz of Julia Stiles, his costar in Down to You, at the romantic comedy’s Manhattan premiere.

Sundance kids: Getting down to some showbiz and snow biz at the 16th annual Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, were Hamlet’s Kyle MacLachlan (above, left) and his snowball-hurling costar Ethan Hawke; festival founder Robert Redford (right); and actresses (from left, below) Calista Flockhart, Valeria Golino, Amy Brenneman, Kathy Baker and Holly Hunter, who screened their drama Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her, due in April.

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