By Stephen M. Silverman
Updated September 11, 2002 01:00 PM

MOURNED: Justin Timberlake will work to combat drunken driving after a 21-year-old fan was killed in a hit-and-run late Monday while waiting outside a Burbank, Calif., radio station to see the ‘N Sync star, the Associated Press reports. Anne White was standing outside KIIS-FM, where Timberlake was being interviewed, when she was hit. The driver, Cameron Duty, 23, was arrested for investigation of murder and charged with driving under the influence. “I am horrified to learn of the senseless death,” Timberlake, 21, said in a statement. “My family and I wish to express our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of the victim.” Timberlake also is expected to announce a partnership with Recording Artists, Actors & Athletes Against Drunk Driving.

TROUBLED: Noelle Bush, 25, daughter of Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and niece of the president, faces possible felony charges after police in Orlando discovered 0.2 grams of crack cocaine in her shoe at a drug rehab center Monday night, reports AP. Bush, who was arrested in January on prescription drug charges, was not immediately arrested in this latest incident, because the rehab center worker ripped up a sworn statement, police said. Gov. Bush said in a statement, “In this case, I’m not a governor, I’m a dad. All I can do is pray. She needs to accept responsibility. She knows we love her.”

UNVEILED: The WB network (which, like PEOPLE, is part of AOL Time Warner) will present the first look at a full-length trailer for “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” Thursday during the 8 p.m. premiere of “Family Affair,” Reuters reports. Though previews of “Secrets,” due to open Nov. 15, have been playing in movie theaters, this is the first full-length clip — 2 minutes, 17 seconds — of the much-anticipated sequel to last year’s $300 million-plus hit “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.”

REPLACED: CBS’s legal drama, “The Guardian,” is gearing up to have a new theme song, courtesy of the Wallflowers, Variety reports. “The Empire in My Mind,” a moody mid-tempo rock number written by singer-songwriter Jakob Dylan, 32, will be first heard on the premiere Sept. 24 and may be a bonus track on the band’s “Red Letter Days” album due Nov. 5. The Wallflowers also will perform the album track “Everybody Out of the Water” on the Sept. 26 premiere of “CSI.” Dylan, meanwhile, also has surfaced in a new ad for Gap clothing.