September 30, 2002 12:00 PM

Lifestyles of the Ritchies and famous: 2-year-old Rocco Ritchie toured New York City’s Central Park atop pop, director Guy Ritchie, and his briefs-baring mom, Madonna. “We can live a pretty normal life,” Ritchie recently told The New York Times. His new movie, Swept Away, starring Madonna, opens Oct. 11.

Well putt: A fuzzy-faced Tom Cruise displayed all the right moves during a solo round of golf in L.A. He’s putting on hairs to play a 19th-century mercenary in his upcoming drama The Last Samurai.

Prime time: In L.A. a beaming Sharon Osbourne hugged daughter Kelly before MTV’s The Osbournes won an Emmy for best reality show. The matriarch is currently undergoing chemotherapy to treat colon cancer.

Spears of influence: Justin Timberlake got a few pointers from actress Jamie Lynn Spears (Britney’s little sis) while filming a spot on Nickelodeon’s All That in L.A. Timberlake, whose appearance airs in November, remains close to the entire Spears clan, including Jamie Lynn, a new cast member on the comedy show.

Flying angel Cameron Diaz ruled the waves (above) and showed off her abs-fab form (below) while shooting scenes for Charlie’s Angels 2: Halo in Malibu, where her curvy costar Demi Moore (left) caught an even faster ride. Moore, last seen in 2000’s Passion of Mind, looks shore to impress as an ex-angel gone bad in the film, due next summer, which also stars Lucy Liu and Drew Barrymore.

Big Apple native Gwyneth Paltrow demonstrated her support for New York City’s Finest on the first anniversary of Sept. 11 at a tavern in lower Manhattan. The patriotic Paltrow next stars in the comedy A View from the Top, due Jan. 24.

Caught in a youth-full embrace, Celine Dion bonded with Chicago fans at a benefit concert for the Ronald McDonald House Charities. The show, which also featured singers Nick Carter and Enrique Iglesias, will air Nov. 14 on ABC.

Bed, bath and beyond: Now that their film My Big Fat Greek Wedding has cleaned up at the box office—earning over $100 million—stars Nia Vardalos and John Corbett sprayed each other with compliments while promoting the flick in Montreal.

The X-ercise files: A see-worthy David Duchovny biked, swam and ran his way to 10th place at a charity triathlon in Malibu that raised $100,000 for the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.

Taking it to the streets: Flanked by his castmates from The Producers, Wings alum-turned-song-and-dance star Steven Weber took the show on the road and performed at the annual Broadway on Broadway free concert in New York City’s Times Square.

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