September 11, 2000 12:00 PM

Maybe they were held back a couple of semesters? In Yonkers, N.Y., Clueless’s Brittany Murphy (left) and Drew Barrymore, as high school students, filmed a scene for Riding in Cars with Boys. Barrymore plays a ’60s teenage mom in the drama, which follows her through her schoolgirl days into adulthood.

Look out, it’s Judge Jenny: In New York City’s Flushing Meadows, home of the U.S. Open, Jennifer Love Hewitt held court from her perch as a guest umpire during the annual Arthur Ashe Kids Day, which raised more than $500,000 for the National Junior Tennis League and other charities.

Even as his name was being announced in L.A. as the Primetime Creative Arts Emmy winner of the guest actor in a comedy series (for his role as Ross’s girlfriend’s dad on Friends), Bruce Willis got a jump on the celebration with a bottle of bubbly in Saint-Tropez.

Going for Brooke: While ex-husband Andre Agassi prepared to defend his U.S. Open title, Brooke Shields reveled in a romantic stroll in L.A. with fiancé and Spin City supervising producer Chris Henchy, who popped the question and put that big rock on her suddenly stellar finger (inset) on July 15. The couple haven’t announced a wedding date.

She’s on hiatus, three months pregnant, and that’s the way it is for Celine Dion, who stepped back into the spotlight to attend a wedding in Montreal.

Yes, there’s a baby in the blanket: Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones, who plan to wed later this year, kept 3-week-old Dylan Michael under wraps in L.A.

In London, Joan Collins ducked into Hyde Park for some quality play time with daughter Tara Newley-Adam (her father is the late actor Anthony Newley, Collins’s second husband) and 22-month-old granddaughter Miel.

Yes, we have, in fact, lots of bananas: On a Manhattan street, Dustin Hoffman and his bunch—Alexandra (left), 12, Rebecca, 17, and son Max, 16—munched in unison before splitting to attend a performance of The Music Man.

Marlee Matlin didn’t win for guest actress in a drama series at the Prime-time Creative Arts Emmy Awards in L.A. (that prize went to Beah Richards, nominated—as was Matlin—for The Practice), but she certainly was expecting.

David Duchovny will star in only half of The X-Files’ upcoming season, leaving him lots of down-to-earth time in L.A. with 16-month-old daughter Madelaine.

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