September 23, 2002 12:00 PM

There’s always room for one more—and sometimes, two Moores—at the Venice International Film Festival. Julianne Moore brought 5-month-old daughter Liv (her second child with longtime beau, director Bart Freundlich) to the Italian competition, where they cheered on Moore’s drama, Far from Heaven. Moore won the festival’s Coppa Volpi prize for best actress.

In Cannes, swiveling singer Ricky Martin used his Latin pop moves to help “Lady Marmalade” belter Patti LaBelle get her “gitchi gitchi ya ya da da’s” out. The duo pitched in for a benefit that raised $500,000 for AIDS charity amfAR and the Sabera Foundation, which assists abandoned girls in Calcutta.

Road to recovery: Less than one month after a severe racecar accident left him with a broken vertebra, broken nose, fractured feet and a concussion, an upbeat Jason Priestley demonstrated wheel progress in Indianapolis, where he is undergoing rehabilitation. As for an eventual return to the track, “I want to get healthy and see how my feet work before I decide,” said the actor, adding that he has no memory of the Aug. 11 smashup.

Justin Timberlake and Charmed actress Alyssa Milano stepped out in sync from the singer’s L.A. home. The previous night, the duo danced till the wee hours at the West Hollywood Club AD. Timberlake’s debut solo album, Justified, comes out Nov. 5.

While biking around L.A., George Clooney spotted fellow celeb motorcyclist Jay Leno by the side of the road. Leno’s bike had broken down, so Clooney chatted up the Tonight Show host as he waited for a tow truck.

Oh, Canada! Celebs headed north of the border to take in the annual Toronto International Film Festival. Clockwise from top: Sharon Stone shared some big laughs with Comedy Central’s Jiminy Glick (okay, it’s really Martin Short, in character as he films a Glick movie during the festival); Michelle Pfeiffer celebrated her latest film, the drama White Oleander, with husband David E. Kelley; and a fool Moon hung over the proceedings as Dustin Hoffman shared a shirt tale with Moonlight Mile costars Jake Gyllenhaal (center) and Susan Sarandon.

The dog days of summer lasted a little longer this year for Bo Derek, who made a few furry friends at L.A.’s Festival of the Animals, a pet fair benefiting animal rescue organizations. Derek was on hand to plug her line of pet shampoos and conditioners, Bless the Beasts.

Love songs: Scream queen Jennifer Love Hewitt put her lungs to good use once again, singing tunes from her fourth album, BareNaked (due out Oct. 8), during an appearance in Sydney, Australia.

Start me up: During final rehearsals for the Rolling Stones’ Licks world tour kickoff in Boston, Mick Jagger ushered in a new Stone age as he eschewed the usual crazy rock and roll backstage antics for virtual life in the fast lane. The Stones are touring for their new greatest hits album, Forty Licks, due Oct. 1.

No shirt, no service? Not at New York City nightclub Serafina, where Jennifer Capriati (left) bared her emotions—and her undergarments—following her Sept. 4 quarterfinal loss to Amelie Mauresmo at the U.S. Open. Capriati made a racket at the East Village hot spot with Croatian tennis pro Iva Majoli and Majoli’s boyfriend.

Keeping an Open mind: Love matches were plentiful on and off the tennis court in Flushing Meadows, N.Y., as Chelsea Clinton (left) kept in close contact with boyfriend Ian Klaus while Pete Sampras dispatched Andre Agassi to win the U.S. Open. At an earlier session, tennis fan Matthew Perry (above) didn’t mind making a few tough calls.

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