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Raica Oliveira, Lucy Hale, and Janel Parrish – Celebrity News

YOWZA! VICTORIA’S SECRET Brazilian model Raica Oliveira was here for a two-day photo shoot at the lovely Turtle Bay Resort and at Ala Moana Beach Park’s Magic Island. Raica modeled several teeny-weeny bikinis … appropriate, as the shoot was done by a Brazilian advertising company. The campaign will debut later this month. Here’s a sneak peek …

Spotted escaping the East Coast rains to enjoy some sun while on vacation was Pretty Little Liars star Lucy Hale and her new beau Graham Rodgers … Also enjoying the weather was the fun and fit Smith clan. Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith were spotted jogging on the beach on Kauai … Jada later took her toned physique out on a surfboard to catch a few waves before the kids joined in for a stand-up paddle …

Speaking of Liars: For the second straight year, series co-star Janel Parrish, a Hawaii native, has been nominated for a Teen Choice Award as Choice TV Villain. Fans can vote for Janel daily at Vote, go vote already, vote …

Bruno Mars on tour: Bruno’s dad, Pete Hernandez, tells me that concert sellouts are the norm and the crowd reaction and reviews are awesome. Meanwhile, Bruno’s sisters The Lylas have just concluded production on their reality TV show … Eight hourlong episodes are scheduled to air beginning in September on WE.

All of the sisters will reveal matching tattoos they got in honor of their mother, who recently passed away …

There’s still time to treat your keiki to see all their favorite characters perform in Sesame Street Live: Can’t Stop Singing July 12-21 at Blaisdell Concert Hall. For show times and tickets, visit

This week in 1984: “Blue Hawaiian Moonlight 1984,” a benefit for Oahu Hawaiian Canoe Racing Association, is held at the Waikiki Shell featuring The Peter Moon Band (Peter, Martin Pahinui, Cyril Pahinui and Bobby Hall), Frank De Lima and Na Kolohe, Audy Kimura, Loyal Garner and Mapuana de Silva‘s Halau Mohala Ilima. Ticket prices: $6 in advance and $7 at the gate. Peter’s set includes selections from the band’s recently released fifth album, Spirit Lover. Fun fact: The Peter Moon Band performs regularly Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights at the Oasis nightclub on Waialae Avenue … And the No. 1 record in Hawaii is When Doves Cry by Prince

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