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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Saturday, November 18, 2006

Ho married his show's producer

Advertiser News Services

Don Ho, the iconic Waikiki entertainer, has married his longtime associate, Haumea Hebenstreit.

The wedding took place in Hawai'i in September, friends say. Rings were not exchanged.

The couple, who've long gone to great lengths to keep their private life private, declined comment.

It is the second marriage for Ho, 76, who stars in a long-running revue at the Hoku Hale Showroom at the Ohana Waikiki Beachcomber Hotel, where he's been since 1994. Hebenstreit, a hula soloist in the show, is executive producer for the Ho show.


"Kawaipunahele," the CD that launched Keali'i Reichel's career as a singer, still is doing good deeds, producing a large donation for the local Red Cross.

Reichel's record label, Punahele Productions, teamed up with Borders Hawai'i last March through July, earmarking proceeds from Reichel's debut disc for flood relief from the 42 continuous days of rain in the Islands. Nearly 6,000 were sold.

On Tuesday, a check for $30,000 will be presented to the Hawai'i Chapter of the Red Cross.

Wayne Harada, Advertiser Staff Writer


Hollywood's own Miss Manners, Heidi Fleiss, tells the New York Daily News she's ready to set up her venture, Heidi's Stud Farm, a Nevada brothel where the clients are women.

She said she has asked one special guy to work for her pugilist and convicted rapist Mike Tyson.

Fleiss said she told him, " 'You're going to be my big stallion.' He said, 'I don't care what any man says, it's every man's dream to please every woman ... and get paid for it.' "

Said Fleiss: "I'm already getting letters from women who say, 'Hurry up, Heidi.' "


NEW YORK Will Smith says his 8-year-old son, Jaden, stole scenes in their upcoming father-son drama, "The Pursuit of Happyness."

"It's a good thing he's my kid," the 38-year-old actor jokingly tells Premiere magazine in its December issue. " 'Cause if he wasn't, I would have been sabotaging his performance."


MUMBAI, India Police arrested three British bodyguards working for Angelina Jolie after they allegedly roughed up parents and students at a Mumbai school where the actress had been filming scenes for "A Mighty Heart."

All were freed on bail and ordered not to leave the country for one week.

The fracas took place Thursday when the gates of the Anjuman-e-Islam school, which had been locked during filming, were opened to let parents pick up their children.

Jolie blamed the large number of photographers and cameramen for the scuffle at the school. "It is not surprising that the press involved failed to mention their share of responsibility in the chaos," she said.