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Jamie Bufalino

Busty Tonya is gone -- but who'll be next?

Big Brother
Busty Tonya is gone – but who’ll be next?

You could practically hear the screams coming from inside the CBS executive suites: How in the name of all that is right with the world (or at least the 18-49 male demographic therein) could those Big Brother bozos vote to evict sweet, silicone-enhanced, peanut-butter-groined Tonya over scrawny, hairy, subtle-as-a-sledgehammer Josh in the third week of the series?

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Meet Anne Heche's out-there alter ego, Celestia

You have to hand it to Anne Heche. Whereas most celebs simply act as if they’re God’s gift to earth, the lesbian of yesteryear was thoughtful enough to summon a split personality to prove it. ”I was called Celestia, the reincarnation of God,” writes Heche in her autobiography, ”Call Me Crazy,” of her alter ego (who existed up until that breakdown she had last year near Fresno, Calif.).

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The Heche Files

You have to hand it to Anne Heche. Whereas most celebs simply act as if they’re God’s gift to earth, the lesbian of yesteryear was thoughtful enough to summon a split personality to prove it. ”I was called Celestia, the reincarnation of God,” writes Heche in her autobiography, Call Me Crazy, of her alter ego (who existed up until that breakdown she had last year near Fresno, Calif.).

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Meet Anne Heche's out-there alter ego, Celestia

You have to hand it to Anne Heche. Whereas most celebs simply act as if they’re God’s gift to earth, the lesbian of yesteryear was thoughtful enough to summon a split personality to prove it. ”I was called Celestia, the reincarnation of God,” writes Heche in her autobiography, ”Call Me Crazy,” of her alter ego (who existed up until that breakdown she had last year near Fresno, Calif.).

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Hot Spot

Bellagio Gallery Of Fine Art WHY The bastion of culture amid the kitsch and craps of Las Vegas is home to Steve Martin’s surprisingly stirring private art collection through Sept. 3. ON DISPLAY A wild and crazy array of paintings (yes, that is a David Hockney over there by the Picasso) and drawings (Seurat and R. Crumb, together at last). MAKING THE SCENE Attendees at the April 6 opening bash included funnymen Eric Idle and Martin Short.

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Fox plans The Boyz and The Girlz channels

Despite the bathroom situation on Ally McBeal, the Fox family of networks isn’t big on the unisex thing. Take its plans for two new gender-segregated kids networks: The Boyz Channel and The Girlz Channel. (That’s right — no Hermaphroditz). At the risk of stereotyping the sexes, here’s our educated guess at what the lineups might look like.

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