updated 05/12/1986 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 05/12/1986 AT 01:00 AM EDT
That usually reclusive lady-killer Bruce Willis, Moonlighting's fast-talking gumshoe, turned up for last month's Spinks-Holmes championship match in Las Vegas with squeeze Sherry Rivera, ex-wife of gung-ho TV newsman Geraldo Rivera. This month Willis sheds his shades to co-star with another beauty, Kim Basinger, in Blake Edwards' comedy Blind Date. Willis will play a hardworking financier. Moonlighting becomes him.
Rock 'n' Ruth
Heavy metal rocker Ozzy Osbourne, whose latest album is called The Ultimate Sin, got an earful on the subject not long ago from chatty talk-show sex therapist Dr. Ruth Westheimer when the odd couple co-hosted a segment of NBC's Friday Night Videos. Says the irrepressible Dr. Ruth, recently named one of 10 outstanding mothers for 1986: "I told him he should write a song about contraception."
Out Far-rah walk
Ah, springtime in Paris. Farrah Fawcett was in the City of Light filming an ABC movie in which she plays Nazi hunter Beate Klarsfeld, who tracked down Klaus Barbie, the notorious Butcher of Lyon. With time on their hands, dad Ryan O'Neal decided to give their little angel, Redmond James, 15 months, a guided tour that proved head and shoulders above all others.
Kipper of the flame
At home with his wife, Bette Midler, Martin von Haselberg has impeccable manners. But onstage, well, that's another matter. Haselberg, a commodities trader, is one-half of a performance art duo known as the Kipper Kids. Staging "Teaparty" at Manhattan's Triplex Theater, Martin (right), and partner Brian Routh stripped down to their skivvies, put on Styrofoam beaks and doused themselves with paint, SpaghettiOs and whipped cream. "Performing is therapeutic," says Haselberg, who clearly is infected with his own case of Divine Madness.