September 10, 2001 12:00 PM

Spray Romano! At Disney’s California Adventure theme park in Anaheim, Calif., Ray Romano braved the Grizzly River Run ride with his 8-year-old twin sons Matthew (left) and Gregory. His sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond, which has been nominated for eight Emmys, kicks off its sixth season on Sept. 17.

Hold that tiger: In Las Vegas, Bill Clinton embraced an apolitical animal, 13-week-old Titan, while daughter Chelsea kept the cub, an employee of famous magicians Siegfried (left) and Roy, pacified. Clinton was in town to speak at an herbal vitamin convention.

Tree’s company: In Yarmouth Port, Mass., Britney Spears ventured into the woods to check on happy campers Cathy Negron, 15, of New Britain, Conn., and Christopher Grant, 14, from The Bronx, at the Britney Spears Camp for the Performing Arts, a 10-day program for underprivileged teens that she helps sponsor.

The truth is out there…. Yikes! It’s standing on my shoulder! The X-Files’ David Duchovny had an otter-worldly experience when he and wife Téa Leoni befriended O.P., an Asian small-clawed otter, at California’s SeaWorld San Diego.

Boy meets world: At the L.A. premiere of the comedy Bubble Boy, Verne (Mini-Me) Troyer (above) shared a kiss with costar Swoosie Kurtz, while (right) Jamie Lee Curtis, whose fifth children’s book is due this fall, made the scene with daughter Annie, 14.

There’s something about hairy: In L.A., Cameron Diaz paused for a smooch with her bushy-bearded beau, actor Jared Leto. Diaz appears opposite Tom Cruise and Penélope Cruz in the December thriller Vanilla Sky.

Arms and the man: Jason Alexander—backed, almost invisibly, by Ally McBeal’s Jane Krakowski—sang a medley of songs beginning with the letter “I” as part of Television Night at the Bowl, a big-time L.A. party for the TV crowd.

Glove, American style: In Boston, Matt Damon had a fielder’s day with Tara Reid, Shannon Elizabeth and other showbiz types at Boston Celtic Paul Pierce’s celeb softball game, a benefit for local charities.

Wake me up before you conga: George Michael braved Mideast turmoil to keep the beat in Tel Aviv, where he attended the wedding of British photographer Simon Halfon and his Israeli bride, Anat Browerman.

Labor Day was fast approaching for Cindy Crawford, who kept up her exercise regimen in L.A. with husband Rande Gerber while awaiting the birth of their second child, due later this month.

Sex change: As if Samantha didn’t already have enough fun as a blonde, Kim Cattrall wigged out on the Manhattan set of Sex and the City. The next batch of episodes about the fab four begins airing in January.

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