Sensing Murder's Deb Webber is heading to Christchurch next month to uncover what has happened on a "spiritual level" since the deadly February 22 earthquake.
Webber believed New Zealanders were becoming more open to asking spiritual questions and said she wanted to explore the spiritual aftermath of the Pike River and Christchurch quake tragedies when she visits next month, Woman's Day reported.
The announcement of her impending visit is just one of the many stories to appear in the pages of the latest gossip magazines to hit the shelves.
"I feel like there's a new wave, a frequency change of more people who are opening up to the spiritual world. New Zealanders are wanting to know 'Who are we? What are we doing here?" Webber told the magazine.
"There's been so much pain but no-one has gone in there and asked what's happening on a spiritual level."
Webber is planning a free group meditation session at Papanui Workingmen's Club on September 30, which she hopes will help to "settle the earth".
In other news, New Zealand actor Martin Henderson is also planning a trip back home, but he's not coming alone.
Henderson plans to bring his new love Demi Moore with him when he visits for 10 days next month - and he even plans to introduce her to his family.
Meanwhile, other famous New Zealanders have also made it into the gossip pages this week.
Woman's Weekly reports that childhood friends Russell Crowe and Mark Staufer, who met age 15 while attending Auckland's Mt Roskill Grammar, are penning a screenplay together.
The screenplay is about one of their idols, comedian Bill Hicks, and was expected to be Crowe's directorial debut.
For the first time in weeks, Scientology's front man Tom Cruise and his ex-wife Katie Holmes disappeared from the women's magazines, their places instead were taken over by more news of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's upcoming marriage and Jennifer Aniston's engagement.
A shocked Jolie appears on the cover of New Idea, reportedly outraged that Aniston announced her engagement the same week she was due to tie the knot - which is August 11 according to New Idea, August 18 according to Woman's Weekly and some day soon, says Woman's Day.
And, of course, the gossip magazines wouldn't be the same without some mention of the Royal family.
Woman's Weekly posted a series of pictures of a rather ill-looking Prince Phillip, while New Idea detailed the Duchess of Cambridge's "cringe" worthy family.
Kate Middleton's cousin, who she has never met, is a Playboy model, her brother James is a heavy drinker and partier and her uncle is apparently a fan of cocaine, and providing his guests with high-class prostitutes.
As the 15th anniversary of Princess Diana's death approaches, New Idea gave one New Zealand woman her 15 minutes of fame.
Susan Maxwell Skinner's Californian home is adorned with thousands of Princess Di memorabilia. She is believed to be the largest sole collector.
Skinner, who used to work as a Buckingham Palace press corp, travelled extensively with Diana, and became besotted with the princess.
"Travelling the world with Diana, I lived a parallel existence. When she famously rode in a gondola in Italy in 1985, I was two gondolas behind. I was there when she met the Pope...A fascination with the princess came naturally, and I soon began collecting Diana memorabilia."
- © Fairfax NZ News
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