Uncle Tom’s Gabbin’

Tom Moffatt
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Wednesday - November 23, 2011
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Malia Jones. Photos from Tom Moffatt

ON VACAY ON THE GARDEN ISLE ... Robert Downey Jr. with wife Susan Levin. Vegging on the beach and some kayak paddling seemed like just the right relaxation before Downey heads ‘round the world to promote his latest movie, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows. Fun Fact: The two are expecting a baby early next year ...

Rumor has it that Hawaii Five-O star Alex O’Loughlin has a new lady friend in surfer/model/actress and North Shore resident Malia Jones, 34. Jones, one of Maxim magazine’s favorite females, has appeared on magazine covers worldwide, on People magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People” list, and is one of America’s “10 Sexiest Athletes,” according to Esquire ...

Aerosmith enjoyed some R&R on Hawaii before jetting to Japan on tour. They were spotted paddle boarding, snorkeling and scuba diving ... Steven Tyler also was caught smooching his girlfriend Erin Brady shoreside ...


Bruno Mars is in the spotlight again! Our fave Island boy attended the premiere of Breaking Dawn. Not only is he on “Team Bella,” his new song It Will Rain is the third track on the film’s soundtrack album ... other artists include Carter Burwell, Mia Maestro, Christina Perri, and Angus and Julia Stone, to name a few ...

If you missed Rap Reiplinger‘s Rap Hawaii’s Comic Genius the other night, tune in to KGMB Thanksgiving at 7 p.m. for some good ol’ Hawaiian comedy ...

Steve Ozark and Glenn Campbell

When Barbara Saito from my office asked Caterer to the Stars’ Steve Ozark to pick up a souvenir from Scotland, he immediately started shopping, saying he’d take a friend along to help. Turns out it was Glenn Campbell, who’s on tour and selling out in the UK ...

Support a good cause Dec. 1 at the 17th annual “DJs Against AIDS” at Hula’s. More than 25 DJs are volunteering, including G-Spot, Miko, Miki Mayhem, Hanu, Maxx, Nikolus, Scarrd and Tide $5 donation presale at groovetickets.com ...


This week in 1976: It’s Bobby Vinton in a one-night engagement at the Sheraton Waikiki’s Hawaii Ballroom. About 2,000 enthusiastic fans show up to hear him sing the favorites from his popular weekly TV show including Mr. Lonely, Blue Velvet, Roses Are Red, Blue On Blue and There! I’ve Said It Again. Tickets cost $12.50 ... And the No. 1 record is Tonight’s The Night (Gonna Be Alright) by Rod Stewart ...

 

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