Whether he inspired it or not, Hunt should still be proud of the Phillies' video, which you can view on our blog, PhillyGossip.com.
Porn stars uncouple
Local porn stars Gina Lynn and Travis Knight have separated after 13 years of marriage.
Lynn told her Twitter followers over the weekend that the pair "will always remain close and partners in business. I appreciate your concern, but assure you that we are both doing well and will remain close friends." The pair work together on GinaLynn.com and collaborate on a clothing company, Skin Industries.
Comedian comes home
South Philly-native stand-up Eleanor Kerrigan will be opening for West Philly native Dom Irrera this weekend at the Casba Comedy Club, in Wildwood, and for Andrew Dice Clay at the TLA (334 South) on Sept. 15.
Kerrigan and Dice were once engaged and remain great friends, touring together with his wife, Valerie. You may have seen Kerrigan in the poker scene of Sunday's episode of HBO's "Entourage."
Kerrigan has been doing stand-up for about four years but worked for nearly 20 years at the Comedy Store in Los Angeles, where she learned what does and doesn't work from hearing some of the biggest names in comedy perform.
The St. Maria Goretti grad, who jokes that there were probably more girls pregnant at the school when it was all-girls than there are now that it's merged with the all-boys St. John Neumann, says Dice has encouraged her. "He's not easy to open for," Kerrigan says. "He has a tough audience. He's the only one who has really believed in me."
Dice told us recently that he thinks Kerrigan is the funniest woman in comedy.Kerrigan is looking forward to seeing her six brothers and three sisters, as well as her parents, while she's in town.
With less than a week left as a rock station, 94 WYSP is welcoming back dozens of former hosts to say goodbye. Tommy Conwell and Greaseman visited yesterday, and this morning Bill Fantini, Sean McKay and Jerry Abear will be on at 8 a.m., with Anita at 1 p.m. and Denny Somach at 5 p.m. Tomorrow, Steve Trevelise, now on 610 WIP, will be on at 8 a.m., and Pam Merly will be heard at 1 p.m. Then Couzin Ed hosts from 5 to 6 p.m. Thursday. Additional guests will be added and a lineup posted at 94wysp.
We're told that Howard Stern, who was lured to WYSP in 1986 by then-program director Andy Bloom, now the station's operations manager, might call in to the station where he was heard for 20 years.
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