Life & Style got the wedding photo in which Tara and her hubby were swathed in all white, except for Tara's flat, bare belly. She also held white roses. Her big ring looked like something the Green Lantern might wear.
Tara had previously been engaged to Internet entrepreneur Michael Axtmann. That ended in April 2010.
Gossip sources originally thought her new husband was ex-boyfriend Michael Lillelund, a Danish businessman, with whom she'd broken up in February. She reportedly met him around last . . . November. Busy month.
"If she has married, then she hasn't married me, that's for sure," Lillelund told starlounge.com. "If Tara has married, then I'll be the first to congratulate her."
As for Kehayov, except for having a 5 o'clock shadow at his wedding, he's a mystery.
* Anyone who's going to get Adele to walk down the aisle better be able to make her laugh.
"For husband material, it ranges from Leonardo DiCaprio to Zach Galifianakis," the "21" singer told the London Sun. "It really does vary that much. I like all sizes, it doesn't matter.
"If they make me laugh, I'm in the bed. I really don't care how they are physically."
But sometimes how they are physically is why you're laughing.
* In another crazy story of big
spending, radaronline.com reports that Jay-Z, not wanting to be "upstaged" by the $100,000 Mark Cuban spent when the Dallas Mavericks won the NBA championship, spent $250,000 on champagne at Miami's Liv nightclub to celebrate the release of his "Watch the Throne" album with Kanye West.
An unnamed sourced said Jay-Z "bought bottle after bottle of Ace of Spades and then went all-out with the 15-liter bottle that cost $100,000 on its own!"
He then reportedly left a $50,000 tip for the wait staff. Granted, that's only 20 percent, but it's still a heckuva night for the busboy.
* Hugh Dancy ("The Big C")
has been tapped to star opposite Nina Arianda when "Venus in Fur" hits Broadway in October.
In the drama, an actress' audition for a new play based on an erotic novel gets emotional and kinky.
Dancy will next be seen on the big screen in "Martha Marcy May Marlene" and "Hysteria."
* According to
billboard.com, members of Queensryche are celebrating their 30th year together with a new tour and album, "Dedicated to Chaos."
Meanwhile, music publisher BMI announced yesterday that Queen, whose surviving members are celebrating their 40th anniversary this year, will be named BMI Icons at the organization's annual London Awards on Oct. 4.
* Barney's Christmas windows
tend to veer far from standard manger fare, but this holiday season Lady Gaga and her design team are going to reinterpret Santa's workshop and put it on display at the company's flagship Manhattan store.
Gaga will get an entire floor and take over the coveted windows in mid-November. There also will be a collection of Gaga's Workshop gift items that will raise money for a charity of her choice.
Does this mean we're going to get a "Judas" window? Or Mary holding the baby Jesus as "Immaculately Born This Way" plays through the speakers?
Daily News wire services contributed to this report.