Isn’t it great how things turn out? It’s like everything happens for a reason.
Jen ’n’ Justin are so happy, they often go out in his ’n’ hers matching ensembles.
Now, that is cute.
Brangelina to wed in France?
Brad Pitt is going all Johnny Depp on us: London tab Daily Star claims Brad and Angelina Jolie plan to hold their wedding in the land of Voltaire, Napoleon, and Camembert, where the couple’s 3-year-old twins, Knox and Vivienne, 3, were born. The Star says the couple will trade “I dos” in an ancient chapel at Château Miraval, their estate in Provence. The Huffington Post agrees, noting that France has strict privacy laws — a boon for someone holding a wedding with 300-plus A-list stars as guests. Yet there is no certainty: People mag says Brangelina’s Lalaland manse could also be the place.
Marilyn Manson to wed? Nope!
A Marilyn Manson rep says the neo-Hellraiser sweetie pie is not engaged to would-be filmmaker Seraphim Ward as her rep has claimed. “He has never met this woman,” Manson’s rep tells Us Weekly.
Not on: Ashton Kutcher & Mila Kunis
Tongues wagged excitedly when Ashton Kutcher and his old TV pal Mila Kunis were seen breaking bread. Was this post-Demi Moore love? “No! They’re so not dating,” an unnamed Kunis pal tells Us Weekly. They were seen together, sure. But only to work on a That ’70s Show reunion episode.
The Seal-Heidi Klum follies
Seal and estranged wife Heidi Klum are having strange times apart. USAToday.com says Seal, 49, planted a big passionate kiss on Nick Jonas’ 27-year-old ex-gf Delta Goodrem at the Aussie kudosfest Logie Awards Sunday. Jonas’ ex?!
And Klum, 38, has planted herself — sans vestments of any stripe, color, or fabric — on the pages of Allure mag. (Yes, as alluring as ever.) “I don’t know! Time will tell,” the mother of four tells the mag of rumors that she and Seal may reconcile. “I’m still in the eye of the storm now.”
Klum says her bod is all-natural. “I’m proud to be able to say, in this day and age, I haven’t done anything,” she says when asked if she’s had plastic surgery. But she does advise, “Ask me again when I’m 65.”
OCP’s link to music Pulitzer winner
Opera Company of Philadelphia can take at least partial credit — and gain box-office muscle — for next season’s Kevin Puts opera, Silent Night, which won the Pulitzer Prize for music on Monday. Premiered by the Minnesota Opera in November, the opera, based on director Christian Carion’s 2005 film Joyeux Noel, is about a spontaneous cease-fire during World War I. OCP is a coproducer, and will mount the opera in February 2013 at the Academy of Music.
— David Patrick Stearns
A new Kurt Cobain album in works?
Nirvana’s soul, Kurt Cobain, was hard at work writing and recording a new album at the time of his ’94 suicide, says Eric Erlandson, cofounder of Hole, the band of Cobain’s widow, Courtney Love. The album “would have been his White Album,” Erlandson tells Fuse mag writer William Goodman. A poet who recently released a collection of prose poetry titled Letters to Kurt, Erlandson says demo recordings of the songs are out there. “I’m not in control of things,” he says. “I just wish something would come together. I think the fans would be a lot happier.”
Tidbits ’n’ pieces
A rep for Arthur de Soultrait says he was brandishing a fake gun Sunday when he, two pals, and Pippa Middleton were photographed riding in a convertible in Paris. The incident has caused outrage in Britain. … For the first time in 16 years, ABC’s Good Morning America beat NBC’s Today show in ratings for a full week. According to preliminary Nielsen figures, GMA averaged 5.147 mil viewers last week, while Today had 5.134 mil.
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