Monday, December 21, 2009

2009's most talked-about weddings 28-25

It's everyone's favorite year-end blog activity - lists! This one is pretty funny because a lot of these weddings were news to me, so I'm going to be devoting this entire week to it. I'm also going to be ignoring Chr----as, because I am SICK OF IT. So, look elsewhere for your warm feelings of holiday togetherness, or consider this your safe haven!

People magazine's 28 most talked about weddings of the year:

After dating for only one month, reality star Khloe Kardashian wed Los Angeles Laker Lamar Odom on Sept. 27 at a private residence in Beverly Hills, surrounded by her sisters Kourtney and Kim, half-sisters Kendall and Kylie – and, of course, cameras, which taped the wedding for E!'s Keeping Up with the Kardashians. Guests like Ryan Seacrest, Kobe Bryant and Kelly Osbourne dined on heirloom tomato soup with mozzarella and cream, filet mignon and a four-tier wedding cake.

I don't watch this dreadful show, but I didn't hear anyone talking about the wedding - I heard people gossiping about the validity of the wedding. While I'm too lazy to spend any time reading up on the legal affairs of a Kardashian, I'm pretty sure the wedding was a party with a white dress, and the actual legal marriage came a few weeks after when they'd settled the pre-nup.

In front of only 30 guests, Robert Redford and artist Sibylle Szaggars wed on July 11 at the luxury Louis C. Jacob Hotel in Hamburg, Germany. The bride wore a champagne-colored gown while the groom donned a white suit for the ceremony, which Pastor Frank Engelbrecht, who officiated, described as "very intimate."

This is the first I'm hearing of Robert Redford's wedding, and I read an embarrassing number of gossip blogs.

Dexter costars Michael C. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter – who play siblings on the Showtime hit – kicked off 2009 by eloping in an outdoor ceremony in Big Sur, Calif., on New Year's Eve. "He's the sexiest man alive," Carpenter has told PEOPLE.

It was weird for me when they got married because I always consider them brother and sister. I'm glad she thinks she married the sexiest man alive...respectfully, I snicker at the notion that Michael C. Hall is incredibly attractive.

Longtime couple Mark Wahlberg and Rhea Durham finally said their vows Aug. 1 in an intimate Beverly Hills ceremony attended by their three children and about a dozen friends and family. Durham, in a silver-embroidered Marchesa, "looked like a princess," an eyewitness said, adding, "Mark looked ecstatic."

I'm glad that they were ecstatic, because they all look incredibly annoyed in this photo. The kid looks annoyed, he looks shifty, and she looks like she wishes she was at home on the couch in her sweatpants.

The only wedding on this list that I had any interest in was the Dexter wedding. I wish there were pictures. Come back tomorrow for a BIG MUSIC CELEBRITY'S WEDDING!


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