Here Come the Brides (1968–1970)
Here come the brides… and the grooms!
Brittany (Heather Morris) and Santana's (Naya Rivera) wedding was the most highly anticipated TV wedding of the year, and at the last minute, Glee decided to up the romance ante with a surprising twist. (But of course, all you devoted Gleeks have known about this double wedding for months, haven't you?)
Just moments before the big "I do," Brittany unveiled that her wedding day wish was to see Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss) get married alongside her and Santana. After some slight hesitation, the newly rekindled couple decided to dive head-first back into a relationship and the two pairs tied the knot in
She's the comely assistant on "30 Rock," the trophy girlfriend in "American Reunion" and the scream queen of this summer's "Piranha 3Dd." Check out Heavy's collection of the 20 hottest photos of professional "hot girl," Katrina Bowden.
Here come the brides! In celebration of wedding season and the happy-ish couple of "The Five Year Engagement," BuzzSugar has compiled some of the best weddings from movies and TV, whether the marriages lasted for minutes, months or never even happened.
He was the winner of the Mvp award at this year's NBA All-Star Weekend Celebrity Game and is now the scene-stealer of this past weekend's box office winner, "Think Like a Man." Check out MTV Clutch's interview with funnyman Kevin Hart.
The Fab Life thinks the new trailer for "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" plays more like an ad for
Which was not bad, just a rather interesting statistic. Back in 1985, author Barbara Hambly released her first Star Trek novel, Ishmael. And for the last 26 years, it has sat in either a bookshelf or in a box, unread. When I started collecting the Star Trek novels back in the 1980s, I had a lot of good intentions of reading them. But somewhere along the line,
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