The title of Jackie Collins's new book is "Hollywood Divorces," which was just about all there was left over after her bestsellers, "Hollywood Wives," "Hollywood Husbands" and "Hollywood Kids." "This is one book I'll hold nothing back on," Jackie says. What? Some people are still reeling from the others. If she really lets it all fly in the newie, the book should be bigger than a coffee table.
Brooke Shields begins teaching her course on acting at The Learning Annex on June 21. Thank heaven it's the longest day of the year, because our Miss Brooke will need the time to explain it all to you. And don't sign up just to stare.
Roger Moore is still livid at the reports that he and Luisa, his wife of many years, are divorcing. Roger thinks the rumors began with a story someone started in Denmark, although who's to blame or the reason for the falsehood is far from clear. To give the lie to it all and in a splendid display of togetherness, Roger, Luisa and their daughter showed up at the Stella Artois tennis matches in London looking too happy to be true. But they are. They really are.
And despite the rumors that raged in Palm Beach and New York, Christina and Gerry Goldsmith are not separating and don't plan to. Even their best friends thought something was awry when Gerry was seen in New York without Christina, and Christina, supposedly in Europe for a month visiting her mother, the Duchess de Caraman, was really in Palm Beach all along. So let's lay that one to rest. The Goldsmiths have sold their Palm Beach house, are building another one nearby and will be in London for shipping heiress Arietta Livanos's wedding on June 26, along with six or seven hundred others. The lovely Christina, half English, half French, was born the Countess de Caraman -- but you knew that.