Mandy Moore and rocker Ryan Adams have wed in a secret Georgia ceremony – just one month after announcing their engagement.
The 24-year-old pop star-turned-actress and 34-year-old Adams exchanged vows in a small, simple ceremony in Savannah, Georgia on Tuesday.
Moore’s representative told People magazine the couple married in Savannah, Ga., but offered no details about the wedding.
The Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race, part of the 35th annual Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, will include 20 famous faces competing to win for charity. Some of the more recognizable names participating include Adrien Brody, Luke Wilson, Keanu Reeves, Jon Hamm, Alex Trebek, and Carlos Mencia. Toyota will donate $5K in the name of each celebrity to “Racing for Kids”, which helps fund the healthcare needs of children. An additional $5K will be given to the winner’s charity of choice.
Music icon Prince is set to perform on “The Tonight Show” with Jay Leno not once, not twice but four times!
The artist will appear on the show for three consecutive nights in March followed by a fourth night on Friday, May 29th, Leno’s last night of hosting “The Tonight Show.”
No. I will not be watching.
Don’t expect the Octo-Babies to be coming home this week. In a big setback for Nadya Suleman, Social workers from Kaiser Permanente hospital just inspected the octomom’s new 2,500 square foot house in La Habra and they were not thrilled with what they saw.
A social worker liaison tells RadarOnline.com exclusively that Nadya’s new house needs the following work before her babies come home:
*All lighting moved up onto the ceiling. No lamps or cords on the floor.
*Fireplace needs safety guards
*Stairs need to be re-built.
*Upstairs banister on stairs raised to enclose entire 2nd floor.
*Hypo-allergenic air filters installed
*Bunk beds can not be next to window in upstairs bedrooms.
*Blinds need to be cordless
*Storage cabinets installed
The social workers were very surprised and disappointed Nadya didn’t show up for the inspection.
She should have showed up for the inspection, but I think some of their needs are not really needed. Blinds need to be cordless? All lighting moved to ceiling? Seems a bit extreme to me.
ET confirms musician Chris Brown has reportedly removed his name from Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Awards ballot.
“Chris Brown has decided to withdraw his nominations from the Kids’ Choice Awards. We agree with and respect his decision, and are looking forward to presenting a great event for our audience,” Nickelodeon said in a statement.
Star Wars creator George Lucas is casting actors for a live action TV series based on the legendary sci-fi franchise. Lucas announced plans for a small screen Star Wars spin-off back in 2005.
ET was first on the set of Robert Downey Jr.’s action-packed re-imagining of ‘Sherlock Holmes,’ and they got a sneak peek!
“It’s pretty badass,” Robert told Thea Andrews, joking, “1891 Victorian England was a petty gnarly place — I like that I actually got the word gnarly in a Victorian description.”
Robert’s version of Holmes is a whole lot more tough and sexy than you’ve ever seen before, but Robert says his take on the character was already there in print.
David Boreanaz let a happy little secret slip today on “Live with Regis and Kelly.”
The “Bones” star revealed that he and his wife are expecting their second child as he was relating a story about their son. While explaining “the birds and the bees” to 6-year-old son Jaden Rayne, he asked, “You’re aware that mommy and daddy are having a new baby?”