YOU DON'T SEE Dice Raw with the Roots on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," but the North Philly rapper/producer/songwriter played an integral part of the hometown hip-hop heroes' newest release, "Undun."
DON'T BE surprised if you start seeing Will Smith or his actor son, Jaden, in the area. The Overbrook- native superstar and his "Karate Kid" offspring are in town to shoot "1000 A.E.," directed by M. Night Shyamalan.
LOOKS LIKE "Dancin' on Air" has been resurrected.
Mike Nise, executive producer of the 1980s teen dance show, said yesterday that he has a "verbal agreement" with MyPHL17 to air new episodes of the show, featuring new dancers, on Saturday mornings as soon as next month.
SEAN "DIDDY" COMBS played some blackjack at the Pool After Dark at Harrah's, where he co-hosted a party Saturday night with "Mob Wives" star Drita D'Avanzo. The last time the music mogul was scheduled to appear at the Harrah's hotspot, a near-riot broke out because of an unruly, overpacked crowd.
Dan Gross: Michelle "Bombshell" McGee, the tattooed trollop who slept with Sandra Bullock's then-husband, Jesse James, will pillow-fight a Delaware County tattoo model.
PAT SAJAK just wanted to see a good hockey game. The "Wheel of Fortune" host, seated in Section 227 of Citizens Bank Park at yesterday's Winter Classic, is a Capitals season-ticket holder but has attended each Winter Classic so far. Sajak, with his family, told us he wasn' t really rooting for the Flyers or Rangers but said, "The crowd will probably be more peaceful on the way out if the Flyers win."
Dan Gross: Upper Darby native and actress Heather Donahue documents her career transition from "The Blair Witch Project" to cultivating marijuana in her new book, "GrowGirl," out Jan. 5.
"BAYWATCH" ACTOR Jeremy Jackson, seen more recently on "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew," is expected in town Thursday to shoot the indie film "Dreams."
TOM LAMAINE, who served as a television broadcaster for the Sixers in the 1970s, will become the team's PA announcer this season, Sixers CEO Adam Aron confirmed yesterday afternoon.
In nearly eight years of writing this column we've made our share of mistakes, including a few this week.
It's diaper duty for Chase Utley. The Phillies star and his animal-activist wife, Jennifer, welcomed a son, Benjamin Cooper Utley, on Friday. Cooper is Jen's maiden name. He's their first child.
ANY "REAL HOUSEWIVES of New York" viewer could tell you that Ramona Singer loves her pinot grigio.
Now she's launched her own line of the white wine and will sign bottles of Ramona Pinot Grigio della Venezie from 4 to 6 this evening at the Wine & Spirits Store at the Berkshire Mall West, in Wyomissing, Berks County.
METS SHORTSTOP Jose Reyes, now a free agent, was spotted at the Continental (2nd & Market) Tuesday, which fueled rumors that he was meeting with the Phillies. The team says it is not interested in Reyes, despite several sources telling us that there was some type of meeting between them. But we can tell you that the married Reyes visited his daughter and baby mama, a Daily News Sexy Single, while in town. Ay. Dios mio!