Selleck Out of Hawaii; Waylon in Hall
FOR SALE: Tom Selleck, 56, who costarred with the Hawaiian Islands on TV’s “Magnum, P.I.” in the ’80s, has put his three-bedroom, three-bathroom house in Oahu on the market, according to the Honolulu Board of Realtors’ listing service. Asking price is $2.7 million. “He just wasn’t using the house at all,” the actor’s business manager told the Associated Press. “He couldn’t see getting over there too often in the next two years.” Selleck opens on Broadway on Wednesday in a revival of the comedy “A Thousand Clowns” . . . NAMED: The Country Music Association announced on Tuesday its biggest list of its Hall of Fame inductees ever. Among those to be enshrined at an Oct. 4 awards dinner in Nashville: Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, “Whisperin’ ” Bill Anderson, the Everly Brothers, Homer & Jethro and a longtime critic of the CMA, Waylon Jennings . . . APPROVED: Gloria Chapa, a Las Vegas Hilton cocktail waitress, has won the right to a trial in her lawsuit in which she claims that she was fondled by former basketball star Dennis Rodman and then fired for reporting the alleged 1998 incident to the hotel-casino. Chapa, who was reinstated in her job (that case faced a binding arbitration hearing, according to her suit), can now proceed with her claims against the Hilton on charges of battery, sexual harassment, retaliation and negligence, reports the Las Vegas Sun. Charges against Rodman were dismissed.