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Kylie Jenner and Jordyn Woods Get "Married" and Kris Jenner Is Totally Freaking Out: "There's No Prenup, F--k!"

Kylie Jenner and Jordyn Woods Get
Here come the brides?! On Sunday's season finale of Life of Kylie, Kylie Jenner and Bff Jordyn Woods decide to reaffirm their friendship by having a commitment ceremony in Peru. Needless to say, mama Kris Jenner isn't totally into the whole thing. In this preview clip, Kylie and Jordyn walk into a room dressed in head to toe wedding white as family and friends look on. They stand in front of a man presiding over the ceremony who says, "The rites to be married." "This is just a commitment ceremony. Does he know that?" A freaked out Kris asks Kylie's assistant Victoria. "I don't know," Victoria says. "Do we need to get this annulled after?" Kris...
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14 Behind-the-Scenes Secrets From the Set of ‘Glee's’ Double Gay Wedding!

14 Behind-the-Scenes Secrets From the Set of ‘Glee's’ Double Gay Wedding!
Warning: We're about to recap all of the surprises and shocks from Glee's most-recent wedding! If you want to know the details of the day (and potentially catch the bouquet!) keep on reading. If you don’t, well … fine then. You weren't invited anyway.

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
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"America's Next Top Model" Star Kim Stolz Gets Married

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Here come the brides."America's Next Top Model" Cycle 5 contestant-turned-mtv correspondent Kim Stolz got married over the weekend to girlfriend of two years, Lexi Ritsch.The two both wore white wedding gowns to the ceremony and shared a ton of photos from the special day on their Instagram accounts."Best moment ever," Kim posted with the photo above -- showing them walking down the aisle in Stolz's parents' backyard together after saying "I Do."The two women -- who also work together at their restaurant, The Dalloway -- recently talked to Go Magazine about their nuptials, with Lexi explaining why they decided to get married."For the same reasons everyone else in the world wants to – because we love each other, because we want to make the lifetime commitment, because calling her my wife for the first time will be the most amazing thing ever," says Ritsch.Stolz was the
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America's Next Top Model's Kim Stolz Marries Lexi Ritsch—See the Pic!

America's Next Top Model's Kim Stolz Marries Lexi Ritsch—See the Pic!
Here come the brides! Former America's Next Top Model contestant Kim Stolz exchanged vows with love Lexi Ritsch on Saturday. The  MTV VJ shared tons of photos of her backyard nuptials on her Instagram. After posting a close up of the couple's first kiss, she uploaded an image of the blushing brides (both in strapless gowns carrying pink and cream bouquets) grinning while walking down the grass, petal-covered aisle. "Best moment ever," she captioned the picture. The duo, who have dated for two years, are business partners and operate the New York City restaurant, The Dalloway. "If you can start a business and survive it with someone, then you can pretty much do...
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Celebrity Weddings 2012: Who Had the Best of the Year?

Celebrity Weddings 2012: Who Had the Best of the Year?
Here come the brides! From Camila Alves and Matthew McConaughey's three-day extravaganza in June to Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel's Italian nuptials in October, 2012 was a year of big "I dos" and long-awaited happily-ever-afters for some of Hollywood's hottest couples. Also among the A-list newlyweds? Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds, and Anne Hathaway and Adam Shulman. Wedding bells rang for Timberlake, 31, and Biel, 30, on Oct. 19, when the two swapped vows after five years of dating during an emotional ceremony at the Borgo Egnazia hotel [...]
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Cool Clicks: Katrina Bowden, Professional Hot Girl

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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
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How Star Trek met Here Come the Brides (26 years later)

Many of the early Star Trek novels, especially a few of the 1970s Bantam line, where generally written by fans of Tos. Authors like Sandra Marshak and Myrna Culbreath were huge proponents of the Kirk and Spock relationship, and more so it seemed a lot of the time, just Spock himself. Many of those Bantam titles and the early ones by Simon and Schuster’s Pocket Book line after Star Trek: The Motion Picture, were heavily Kirk, Spock and McCoy centric and a good percentage were written by women.

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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Joan Blondell Q&A with Biographer Matthew Kennedy: Warner Bros. Years, Rare The Blue Veil

Joan Blondell: A Life Between Takes: Introduction to Q&A with Joan Blondell biographer Matthew Kennedy Why Joan Blondell? Actually, this book idea originally came from Joan's son, Norman Powell, who is a director and producer. I was writing a biography of the director Edmund Goulding a few years back, and Norman interviewed me for a documentary he was making on Old Hollywood. When we were through filming, he said casually "Maybe you should do a biography of my mother next." Well, I knew his mother was Joan Blondell, and I was frankly stunned at the suggestion. I have admired her ever since Here Come the Brides, a show I watched religiously when I was a kid, and here was her son inviting me to tell her life story! I finished the Goulding book about a year later, then contacted Norman again to ask if he was serious. He was,
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Joan Blondell: A Life Between Takes

Joan Blondell. Those who have heard the name will most likely picture either a blowsy, older woman playing the worldwise but warm-hearted saloon owner in the late 1960s television series Here Come the Brides, or a lively, fast-talking, no-nonsense, and unconventionally sexy gold digger in numerous Pre-Code Warner Bros. comedies and musicals of the early 1930s. Matthew Kennedy's Joan Blondell: A Life Between Takes (University Press of Mississippi, 2007) seeks to rectify that cultural memory lapse. Not that Blondell doesn't deserve to be remembered for Here Come the Brides or, say, Gold Diggers of 1933, Footlight Parade, Havana Widows, and Broadway Bad. It's just that her other work — from her immensely touching performance as a sexually liberated woman in A Tree Grows in Brooklyn to her invariably welcome (if brief) appearances in films as varied as The Blue Veil, Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?, and Grease — should be remembered as well.
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Grey's Anatomy Rundown, "White Wedding"

Here come the brides! Wedding bells ring for not one but two couples on Grey's Anatomy this week, though the ceremonies are quite different. We've known about Callie and Arizona's big day thanks to the album of wedding photos we saw earlier this week, but Derek and Meredith's quiet courthouse marriage is an added bonus. In between the wedding drama, the race is still very much on for Chief Resident, as Avery and April find their footing. Teddy receives an interesting proposal of her own, and Derek and Meredith make a decision that could change their lives. Ready to break it down? Just keep reading.
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