This magazine cover is the strangest thing I think I’ve ever seen. (Okay, it’s not, but whatever.) STILL. It’s so….all about Reese. Who cares if the groom isn’t a celebrity? Oh. People Magazine, apparently.
I can just hear the photographer:
“Okay, that’s lovely. Umm…Groom? Can you kiss Miss Witherspoon? No…on the head. No. Her HAIR. Good. Miss Witherspoon, look happy this time? Okay, GROOM! Turn your face away from the camera a bit more…more…more…aaaaaand. GOT it.”
First of all, I totally thought this was another gallery of Carrie Underwood‘s wedding, which is really sad for Reese, when people start confusing HER with that American Idol snip.
Reese married Tim Roth (she wishes) Jim Toth, who is a high-powered agent at CAA, a couple of weeks ago at her estate in Ojai, California.
Photos: Pervy Uncle Terry Richardson for Harper’s BAZAAR
I admit it. I think Sting is hot. Always have (oh, except for his Raggedy Beard period), and always will. In fact, the day I met my husband Stephen, I was so immediately smitten–and the fact that he had a “Sting-ish quality about him” didn’t hurt. (I actually did say that to him, by the way…) I’ll get into that story another day.
ANYsteamy. Sting, 59, and his wife Trudie Styler, 56, have given an interview and discuss their sex-life in rather interesting terms:
“While Sting and Styler have been together a record amount of time in celebrity years–they were married in 1992–weeks can go by when they don’t see each other. “It’s important to have frank discussions about what the other wants,” Styler says. “To be in a relationship that is like a little lifetime, that’s a challenge.”
Sting has spent his storied career touring the world, currently on the last leg of his Symphonicity tour, in which he performs his hits with a full orchestra. Styler has produced a number of films and documentaries but is now returning to her first love, acting. She says, “It’s exciting. I’ve said, ‘Okay, producing: back burner. Actor and director: front.”
So, when they do reunite, it’s quite something. “We don’t get bored,” Styler says. “Being apart juices the relationship,” Sting explains. “When we see each other, it’s romance. I don’t think pedestrian sex is very interesting. There’s a playfulness we have; I like the theater of sex. I like to look good. I like her to dress up. Ilike to dress her up.” What’s the most romantic thing they’ve ever done for each other? “Romantic? We like tawdry.”
I see nothing wrong with Sting and Trudie’s interview at all. I see a lot of RIGHT with it, in fact. So there.
Singer Katy Perry and actor Russell Brand tied the knot in an elaborate Indian ceremony at the luxury Aman-i-Khas resort near the Ranthambhore tiger sanctuary in Rajasthan. This is the same spot where Russell proposed to Katy last December. Reportedly, the groom rode into the ceremony on a horse, flanked by camels and elephants. The bride wore a dress by Eli Saab and two other gowns by Zuhair Murad and Donna Mizani. Katy did her best to appropriate Indian culture by sporting a traditional Indian bridal nose ring. It is worn by brides throughout the wedding day, with the groom removing it on the wedding night. Ugh.
Russell didn’t feel the need to holler, “WE WANT A PRE-NUP,” as he recently told fans at a New York Times “TimesTalks” Q&A in NYC:
“We just love each other and we want to get married in front of our friends and family and keep it very normal. It ain’t about selling the pictures, it ain’t about doing no pre-nup, it’s just a normal thing.”
It “ain’t”, huh? Good luck with all of that.
Of the over 80 guests that did attend, Katy’s BFF Rihanna wasn’t among them, although she was at her Las Vegas bachelorette party. Apparently Riri thought being in the studio was more important. Can’t blame her for that.
Let’s hope Russell and Katy enjoy their honeymoon away from cameras or microphones.