Giuliani's ex will be AOL's love coach


People and Places

July 13, 2006

Donna Hanover, a former first lady of New York City, has some experience in the ways of love, and she's putting that experience to use as an AOL Love & Sex Coach.

Hanover, an actor and TV personality, was divorced from now ex-Mayor Rudolph Giuliani after 20 years of marriage -- he was dating while still married to her -- and later rekindled love with a high school sweetheart and married him.

She is the author of My Boyfriend's Back, in which she recounts finding love after divorce and marrying Edwin Oster in 2003.

Field joins ABC drama

Sally Field has joined the cast of Brothers & Sisters, a drama set to air this fall, ABC announced Tuesday. Brothers & Sisters follows a close-knit family socially and financially intertwined by love, business and secrets. Field, 59, will play the mother of five adult siblings, the network said.

The series also stars Calista Flockhart, Rachel Griffiths, Ron Rifkin, Balthazar Getty and Patricia Wettig.

Foxy Brown trial delayed

A trial date for Foxy Brown, charged with assaulting two nail salon workers in a fracas over the cost of a manicure, has been delayed until next month.

Brown, whose real name is Inga Marchand, showed up yesterday before Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Melissa Jackson with her third lawyer since the Aug. 29, 2004, incident. Jackson delayed the trial, which was supposed to begin next week, until Aug. 28.

The 26-year-old rapper is charged with misdemeanor assault for allegedly kicking one employee and smacking a second worker in the face in an argument over payment for a manicure.

Russell joins CoverGirl

TV audiences know Keri Russell as college student Felicity. But now she's gone glam as a CoverGirl. The 30-year-old actress joins Christie Brinkley and Queen Latifah as a spokesmodel for the venerable beauty brand. The new television ad for Outlast Double Lipshine debuts this month, and the print ad is in August magazines.

But the CoverGirl shoot wasn't just about looking pretty. Russell describes the TV ad more as a mini action movie -- in which she fights a group of ninjas. Looking pretty, of course.

Thanks to her part in Mission: Impossible III, she says, she probably knew more about the stunts than about applying makeup.

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