PASSAGES: Broadway to Salute Hines

08/12/2003 3:52PM

HONORED: Broadway will dim its lights for one minute Tuesday at 8 p.m. in tribute to Gregory Hines, who died of cancer in Los Angeles Saturday. A four-time Tony nominee and winner for "Jelly's Last Jam," Hines, 57, co-hosted last year's Tony show with Bernadette Peters and was considered the greatest tap dancer of his generation. And people in the theater just loved him.

SPLIT: Citing "irreconcilable differences," former Versace model Leslie Ann Woodward, 34, filed for divorce Monday from legendary movie producer Robert Evans, 73, whose life was chronicled in the recent documentary, "The Kid Stays in the Picture," reports Reuters. They had been separated since June after marrying the previous November. This was Evans's sixth marriage, though by no means his shortest. He once was married to former "Dynasty" actress Catherine Oxenberg for 10 days.


QUOTED: "Send me a big check." -- Aspiring politician Arnold Schwarzenegger, 57, to Revlon mogul Ron Perelman, during lunch at Manhattan's Four Season, according to the New York Post


HIRED: Double-murder suspect Scott Peterson, 30, charged with the death of his wife, Laci Peterson, and their unborn child, hired forensics specialists Drs. Henry Lee and Cyril Wecht on Monday, reports AP. The specialists formerly worked on the O.J. Simpson and JonBenet Ramsey cases and are expected to try to poke holes in the prosecution's case against Peterson.

RE-STYLED: The "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" Bod Squad (Carson Kressely, Kyan Douglas, Ted Allen, Thom Filicia and Jai Rodriguez) plan to re-do MSNBC co-anchors Pat Buchanan and Bill Press Tuesday at 6 p.m., reports New York's Daily News. Good luck, guys.

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