George Clooney ties the knot
George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin made it official in Venice over the weekend, as they married at the Aman Canal Grande luxury resort in front of an A-list crowd that included Matt Damon, Anna Wintour, Emily Blunt, Bono and Bill Murray.
It wasn't all fun and games, though, guests had a serious list of rules to follow. According to TMZ, guests were given "a burner phone with a code, which serves as a ticket to enter" and a camera with "a code that allows George's people to access the photos," so if they're leaked, it will be easy to track down the perpetrator. Intense.
Jennifer Lopez and Leah Remini in car accident
JLo and her pal Leah Remini were cruising around Los Angeles with JLo's kids in the backseat when they were rear-ended by a drunk driver who quickly sped away after the accident. He was later stopped by police in Malibu.
Lopez posted this photo to Instagram with the caption (those hashtags, though!): 'Sitting at a light, Riding high right before some drunk fool rear ended us in my new whip!!! Thank god everyone ok!!! #GRATEFUL #THANKYOUGOD #DontdrinkandDrive!!!! #cursedthatfoolout #theBronxcameout #dontmesswithmycocnuts #mamabear #leahstayedcalm #thatwasweird
Lionel Richie slams Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus
In an interview with the London Standard, Lionel Richie slammed today's superstars, like Biebs and Miley, for putting out music that doesn't stack up to hits by legends, like Michael Jackson and Madonna. Well, DUH!
"We've made amateur music mainstream," he said. ""Now, we've got a lot of theatrics... but where's the song that is going to stick around forever?... Twenty years from now, let's take anybody - where's the body of work? I'm going to judge you not by your popularity but by your longevity, your staying records. I'm thinking about Miley, Justin Bieber." Do you agree?