WHO GETS THE GUEST ROOM?
It seems that comedian Jerry Seinfeld and his on-again-off-again girlfriend, 18-year-old Shoshanna Lonstein, are on very steady ground these days. We hear that Seinfeld, 39, look the George Washington University freshman with him when he went to Florida to give a New Year’s Eve performance at the Sunrise Musical Theatre near Fort Lauderdale. While the couple was in the area, a source tells us, they stayed with his widowed mother, Betty, at her Delray Beach, Fla., home.
What docs it all mean? According to a Seinfeld source, “If Jerry is staying with Shoshanna in his mother’s house, you can bet he’s serious about her.” Seinfeld’s rep says it’s true the couple visited his mother. She would not, however, confirm that the couple bunked at his mother’s home.
MY THREE SIBLINGS
Former Growing Pains costar Kirk Cameron may return to series television next fall in a sitcom being developed for ABC. We hear that Cameron, 23, will play a mid western architect who is raising a trio of three younger siblings on his own.
Now in its early stages of development, the show will provide Cameron’s character a diversion from all this filial responsibility in the form of a very attractive female neighbor who might eventually turn into a love interest. According to a source close to the project, if Cameron has his way, his wife, Chelsea Noble, 29, also a former Growing Pains cast member, will be given the role of the neighbor. Cameron’s rep, however, says that although Cameron would like his wife to have the part, Noble’s participation is not a sticking point in the pending deal.
SINATRA: A BONO-FIDE PAL
They may not be best buddies yet, but frank Sinatra and U2’s Bono, who met recently while making a video version of their duet, “I’ve Got You Under My Skin,” became close enough to exchange tokens of their mutual esteem. Bono, 33, gave the Chairman of the Board a first-edition volume of William Butler Yeats’s poetry, while the 78-year-old crooner sent the Irish-born Bono a Sinatra original, an abstract painting Bono had admired during a November visit to Sinatra’s Palm Springs, Calif., home.
Says a source familiar with this exchange of gifts: “It’s not like [Sinatra] gave Bono the shirt off his back. But he did give him a painting off his wall.”
And apparently Bono isn’t Sinatra’s only rocker pal. Vince Neil, former lead singer of Mötley Crüe, and Alice Cooper have confirmed that they will be among those teeing off Feb. 4 and 5 at the Sixth Annual Frank Sinatra Celebrity Golf Tournament in Palm Desert. Calif.