April 08, 2002 12:00 PM

Tappin’ twosome: Savion Glover (left) and West Winger Dulé Hill, costars in Broadway’s Bring in ‘Da Noise, Bring in ‘Da Funk in ’95, hoofed it up the red carpet at L.A.’s Soul Train Music Awards.

Mommy and me: Already a big boy at 6 months, Ellery Walker Harper got a boost from mom Laura Dern on a shopping jaunt in Los Angeles. Dad is rocker Ben Harper, Dern’s beau.

Who’s the little mermaid? Why, it’s Jennifer Capriati, but the fin actually belongs to Sundance, a bottlenose dolphin the tennis ace visited at Miami’s Seaquarium before competing in the Nasdaq-100 Open tournament.

Sarah Jessica Parker had a hard time hailing a cab—maybe because she couldn’t run for it in those heels—while filming a scene for Sex and the City’s upcoming season in Manhattan.

The sling’s the thing: Anne Heche showed off two stylish accessories—cameraman-husband Coley Laffoon and well-bundled son Homer, 2 weeks old—on a walk in Los Angeles.

It’s a mystery what arf-ful thing Laila—Debra Messing’s fluffy Coton de Tulear—did to deserve a dressing-down during an amble in Los Angeles, but this pup appears far too cute for the Will & Grace actress to stay miffed at it for long.

Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick? Old hat. Henry Goodman (left) and Steven Weber, the new duo who are headlining Broadway’s The Producers, mugged for the cameras backstage on opening night.

Manhattan’s Downtown Cipriani restaurant doesn’t usually feature singing waiters, but three backed up Marc Anthony for an “I Love New York” TV spot. Anthony’s CD Mended arrives in May.

So, big bro, aren’t you glad that you don’t have to shave your legs anymore? Jessica Biel lent some support to her 7th Heaven sibling Barry Watson at the Los Angeles premiere of his cross-dressing comedy Sorority Boys.

They’ll take Manhattan: Hugh Grant and Sandra Bullock hit the New York City streets to film Two Weeks Notice, their first movie matchup. In the comedy, due in December, Bullock plays an attorney who falls for her boss (Grant).

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