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Tom Moffatt

Uncle Tom’s Gabbin’

MEGAN FOX IS back again … sporting the baby bump that has generated speculation for some time now. She and hubby Brian Austin Green celebrated their second anniversary in Kona … where they tied the knot …

And … Let’s shake things up with another kind of Fox. Belly dance superstar Sabrina Fox has an exclusive one-night dance performance from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. next Friday, July 13, at downtown’s The Venue. Fox, a world-renowned performer/instructor in Tribal Belly dance, is a first-generation American of French and Moroccan descent whose mother was a premier dancer at Paris’ famed Cabaret Lido. Catch one of her workshops while she’s in town, too … Details are at shakti808.com …

Melveen Leed will celebrate her birthday July 18 … and the magic number is 21! Though she still looks as gorgeous, I’m not talking years – it’s her 21st album I Wish You Love, which she’ll debut with a release party in the Hibiscus Ballroom of the Ala Moana Hotel. For party information, call 542-7299 … Happy birthday, Mel! …

Joe Moore and Wheel of Fortune pal Pat Sajak are having a great time in The Odd Couple at the University of Connecticut. Check out some of their performance in this clip on youtube: http://bit.ly/MDaRZP …

Don your favorite wild or wacky hat and head over to Russell Tanoue‘s annual Birthday Celebration July 14 at Pearl Nightclub. Quite the shindig, with a bikini fashion show by San Lorenzo, pupu and drinks, grab bags, prizes and more … You could even win $200 for wearing the most interesting hat! For tickets, email rtpvip@yahoo.com …

This week in 1979: Dolly Parton makes her Hawaii debut at Blaisdell Arena in a 90-minute, 20-song set that includes Jolene, Coat Of Many Colors, Love Is Like A Butterfly, Here You Come Again and I Will Always Love You. Ticket prices are $8.50 and $7.50. Earlier in the year, Dolly won a Grammy for “Best Country Performance, Female” for Here You Come Again … Did you know that Dolly wrote I Will Always Love You? It wasn’t a big hit for her … but it was a monster hit for Whitney Houston and her movie The Bodyguard … And the No. 1 record in Hawaii is Ring My Bell by Anita Ward

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