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Tom Moffatt

Bruno Mars, Paris Hilton and more Celebrity news

FOR THOSE WHO’VE inquired if that’s yours truly in the SOJA video for their hit Not Done Yet … yep! The footage was filmed in January when we were on the Big Island for their concert at King Kamehameha Hotel. Check it out here

Local boy Bruno Mars talks about his new release in Billboard‘s Oct. 6 issue – don’t miss it! …

Back again, but with a new beau … Paris Hilton was spotted on Maui with new love interest River Viiperi. Fun fact: Paris is Viiperi’s senior … by 10 years. He’s a 21-year-old Spanish model …

And speaking of hot Latino men, congratulations to Antonio Sabato Jr., who tied the knot with Kaua’i girl Cheryl Moana Marie (yes, she’s named after the John Rowles hit song) in a private sunset ceremony last week at an Anini Beach estate on the Garden Isle. The two were joined by 18 of their closest friends and family … including their 1-year-old son, Antonio Kamakanaalohamaikalani Harvey Sabato III. His Hawaiian name means “beloved gift from the heavens.” Fun fact: Cheryl was a teenager when crowned the youngest-ever Miss Kaua’i America. She went on to place in the top five at the Miss Hawaii America competition and is an actress, recording star, and former Oakland Raiderette …

In town to film for Hawaii Five-0 … the lovely Vanessa Marcil … Congrats to Agapogi “Pogi” Tevaga and Abby Resulta, who were crowned Mr. & Miss Polynesia 2013 …

Calling all zombies! Saturday, Oct. 13, is your night … It’s Hawaii Zombie Crawl’s “Zombie Apocalypse 2012,” where the living dead will rise again to sprawl across Chinatown in search of grooves, booze and braaaaainns! Live music, dance grooves, and exclusive drink specials at more than 12 participating venues … The night features Go Jimmy Go and special guest rockers Francis Knife at The Venue, where you can enter the costume contest finale for cash prizes and more. Visit hawaiizombiecrawl.com for the latest info and details …

This week in 1999: It’s Rod Stewart at Blaisdell Arena! During his two-hour concert, he sings favorites like Hot Legs, Do Ya Think I’m Sexy, Tonight’s The Night, Twistin’ The Night Away and Stay With Me before ending the evening with his first No. 1 hit, Maggie May. Ticket prices are $65 and $45. Fun fact: We had to buy most of the soccer balls available in town so Rod could kick them into the audience throughout his performance, much to the delight of his fans. And the No. 1 record in Hawaii is Heartbreaker by Mariah Carey

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