similar Soviets about some he as a come to incredibly Donny Osmond Visits Kodiak But Residents Not Sure Why KODIAK (AP) -- Pop singer Donny Donny Osmond made a quick swing through Kodiak recently, though it's not clear exactly why. A couple of explanations for the visit are making their way around the island, and each has its defenders. One faction maintains that the former former teen heartthrob was in Kodiak for a party. Not a raucous get-together of the sort usually associated with entertainers, entertainers, but instead one more akin to a Tupperware party. The party was given by Margaret and Norman Mullan for Bill Feam, a local distributor of cleaning and health products made from an Australian Australian plant oil called Melaleuca. But even the Mullans were left with some questions. "I'm not really clear about why he was here," said Margaret Mullan. Fearn said later that Osmond is some sort of representative for Melaleuca, which he said was similar to aloe vera. Gloria Haakanson, who took some pictures of Osmond at 'the Sept. 21 party, said the presence of a celebrity added some excitement to the gathering. gathering. "It was very fun," she said. "Donny is real friendly, but he's a lot smaller than I thought he would But wherever a Hollywood-type goes, there's bound to be a tabloid angle, and this story is no exception. A local woman, who declined to have her name used, said Osmond may have made an appearance at Melaleuca party, but that she was real reason he came to Kodiak. "I've known for a long time just wanted to come over and go fishing," the woman said. "My husband took him put around here.'' She said she decided to keep a on her identity after being bothered the singer's fans when he visited home last week. Osmond's fishing trip spawned a tale of its own. It seems he had halibut hooked and ready to pull aboard, but it broke away. Or at that's the story being told.