THE results are in on the best bodies in the United States, courtesy of the country's 300 top personal trainers, and the big news is that the supermodels didn't make the list. Instead actress Angela Bassett, who portrayed Tina Turner in the movie What's Love Got To Do With It, TV interviewer Barbara Walters, movie star Sophia Loren and actress Jamie Lee Curtis (her strip sequence in True Lies bears witness) have been voted as having the most admired figures in America. On the male list, actor Brad Pitt is on top, followed by Michael Douglas, Wesley Snipes and O.J. Simpson, who probably has other things on his mind at the moment. And who are the celebrities that nobody wants to look like? Homer Simpson, John Travolta, Roseanne Barr and Kate Moss. Moss, incidently, celebrated her 21st birthday with a big blow-out party in New York last week. There were a few Hong Kong names on her guest list, mainly friends she made during her recent appearance in the territory for the Gucci show, but at the time of writing, none of them could make it. Star-gazing THE New Year inevitably ushered in a host of celebrity psychic predictions. Here are some examples of what's in store for famous people in 1995, according to the Professional Psychics of America. Cindy Crawford will get pregnant. Princess Diana will land a real job working with children. Michael Keaton will become a mega-star. Michael Jackson could suffer the after-effects of nose surgery - but not before his marriage to Lisa Marie Presley bites the dust. The Kennedy name will be linked to another scandal. And everyone else will be rushing out to buy gold. Meanwhile actress Joan Chen been making her own predictions: 1995, she has declared, is the year to start a family. All she has to do now is find an opening in her filming schedule to start, well, sowing the seeds. Whitney's million-dollar offers WHITNEY Houston may not have been in the charts for a while but demand for the singer's talents have never been higher. In addition to her hugely lucrative contract with AT&T - for which she received a six-figure salary for singing a three-word jingle - a source in the entertainment industry said that Houston has been offered US$1.5 million (HK$11.6 million) by an unnamed impresario for a 90-minute concert in China. That is double the $750,000 she was reportedly paid for closing the World Cup ceremony in July. The source said Houston was 'considering the offer'. Calling Donald's bluff HAS Donald Trump been telling little white lies? So it would seem after he told the American and British press that Prince Charles and Princess Diana had each personally applied for membership of his plush Mar-a-Lago Country Club in Palm Beach, Florida. Britain's royal watchers have refused to believe Trump's claims, insisting he is name-dropping to drum up interest in the club. In fact, rumour has it that Trump has offered freebie memberships to high-powered figures like Henry Kissinger and Gerald Ford in the hope that like-minded individuals will be encouraged to join, allowing Trump to increase the membership fee from the current $50,000 to $75,000. Some celebs and tycoons have taken the bait but it still isn't clear who has paid for it and who hasn't. Who says rich people can't be desperate? TV deals for Kamal FANS of former Channel V presenter Kamal Siddhu will be pleased to hear she seems to have landed on her feet in Los Angeles. She has apparently received offers from a couple of American TV shows, including the very successful Melrose Place, although nothing has been signed yet. Siddhu is also said to have landed a part in a Bombay blockbuster but is trying to make a go of it in Hollywood first.