Star Tracks - Wednesday, March 30, 2005
Jessica Simpson – whose T-shirt pays tribute to her Dukes of Hazzard costar and singing partner Willie Nelson – gives her Maltese-poodle pup Daisy a lift outside a Los Angeles mall on Tuesday.
Jennifer Lopez, appearing fur-free, takes a stroll in Beverly Hills on Monday. The animal rights group PETA recently admonished the Rebirth singer for using fur in her Sweetface clothing line.
Lindsay Lohan grabs lunch Tuesday like a true New Yorker on the set of Just My Luck. Unfortunately, that same day, her father Michael was slapped with felony charges involving a drunken-driving incident last month.
Will Smith gets back behind the mic for the Today show Wednesday morning. The actor performed songs from Lost and Found, his first new album in three years, which hit stores Tuesday. Snoop Dogg and Mary J. Blige guest star on the CD.
Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore share a night in Sin City on Monday, celebrating the premiere of Demi's ex-husband Bruce Willis's new movie.
Sin City's Brittany Murphy glams up and makes her fans happy outside the Late Show with David Letterman studio on Tuesday. The movie opens Friday.
Costars Jaime King and Rosario Dawson buddy up at the Los Angeles premiere of Robert Rodriguez's Sin City.
Benicio Del Toro stops for fans outside the Sin City premiere. The actor plays blood-thirsty Jackie Boy in the crime thriller, which also stars Bruce Willis and Jessica Alba.
Britney Spears hangs out at brother Bryan's Santa Monica apartment on Monday, where she helped her sibling with some domestic tasks after sunbathing.
Courteney Cox plays the fan as she attends pal Sting's concert in Hollywood on Monday. The evening was planned as a warm-up to the singer's Broken Music tour, which begins in San Jose on April 1.
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Bono lets loose with both new and classic songs in San Diego, where his band U2 kicked off their soldout Vertigo tour on Monday. The band will be on the road well into the fall to promote its album How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb.
Ben Affleck reunites with costar Joey Lauren Adams on Monday for a special Hollywood screening of 1997's Chasing Amy as part of Vulgarthon 2005, an all-day film event hosted by director Kevin Smith.