Star Tracks - Monday, June 20, 2005
Denise Richards and Charlie Sheen, who have been separated since March, get together for a stroll with 3-week-old Lola in Los Angeles on Saturday. The actors, who have denied that they are reconciling, also have a 15-month old daughter, Sam.
SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT
SIP & STROLL
Ashley Olsen takes her coffee to go after stopping by Urth Cafe in L.A. on Friday. Her twin sister, Mary-Kate, has been in New York City since celebrating their 19th birthday June 13.
IN THE BALLPARK
Matt Damon takes his girlfriend, Luciana Barroso, out to Fenway Park to see his home team, the Boston Red Sox, beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 8-0 on Saturday. The Massachusetts native will next be seen in Terry Gilliam's twisted fantasy The Brothers Grimm, which will be released in August.
A fit to be tie-dyed Scarlett Johansson holds the phone on her way to NBC Studios in Burbank, Calif., on Friday. The actress stars in the thriller The Black Dahlia, due next year, alongside new beau Josh Hartnett.
Jay Leno may be ready for a new couch: Just a week after Tom Cruise stood on the The Tonight Show host's sofa professing his love for Katie Holmes, Lindsay Lohan pulls a similar move during her Thursday taping. Her movie, Herbie: Fully Loaded, opens June 24.
Marc Anthony keeps a close eye on the proceedings as his wife, Jennifer Lopez, flexes her acting muscle while filming the crime-drama Bordertown with another smoldering star – Antonio Banderas – in New Mexico on Wednesday.
There's only once place Paris Latsis wants to be – as his T-shirt shows – and that's wherever fiancée Paris Hilton is. On Thursday, that meant a shopping trip to Fred Segal in Santa Monica.
Hilary Duff rocks New York City's Rockefeller Center on the Today show Friday. Despite host Katie Couric's quip that she was "not sure 'So Yesterday' is an appropriate song for a Today" show," Duff played three tunes, including "Wake Up," co-written by her boyfriend, Good Charlotte's Joel Madden.
Whitney Houston totes her Yorkie in New York City on Friday. Being Bobby Brown, a reality show following the turbulent lives of Houston and her husband, singer Bobby Brown, premieres June 30 on Bravo.