Thursday, December 24, 2009

People's most talked about weddings 12-8

Getting closer to the most talked-about celebrity weddings of 2009. Here's 12-7...

American Idol judge Kara DioGuardi wore $250,000 worth of Neil Lane jewels when she wed contractor Mike McCuddy on July 6. Although her look was glam, the setting was decidedly down-to-earth, with the couple tying the knot in Prospect, Maine. "It's so natural, so beautiful, so calm, so accepting," DioGuardi said.

I don't really know anything about her. All I know is that she's on American Idol and people hate her for some reason. She seems okay, and she's pretty. This scene looks really wintery to me, though, and they were married in July.

Former Wonder Years child star Danica McKellar – who's now a mathematician – wed composer Mike Verta on March 22 in a sunset ceremony in La Jolla, Calif. McKellar, who walked down the aisle to a composition by her husband, wore a mermaid-style gown and tiara by Renee Strauss, while the groom went the ultra-formal route, in tails and white gloves – which undoubtedly came off when it came time to cut the triple-tiered devil's food and hot milk sponge cake.

People always tell me that I look like Winnie Cooper and it makes me want to punch them because I hated Winnie Cooper. I didn't really like Kevin Arnold either. Or Paul for that matter. Why the hell did I watch that show? Anyway, I don't look like Winnie Cooper, and when Danica McKeller wrote "Math Doesn't Suck" I disliked her even more because indeed, Winnie, math SUCKS. Devil's food and hot milk sponge cake sounds interesting though. At least she has good taste in cake.

Tennis pro Andy Roddick married Sports Illustrated model Brooklyn Decker April 17 at his Austin, Texas, home, which was decorated with tropical flowers for the nuptials. Guests at the twilight wedding – which was attended by tennis greats Steffi Graf and Andre Agassi – were treated to a performance by Roddick's pal, Sir Elton John.

Well, they're ridiculously good-looking, aren't they? All I know about him is that he's the attractive tennis player. She's pretty and I love how her hair is floating around her face in this photo.

They may not have worn blue suede shoes, but that's about the only thing Mary Lynn Rajskub's Aug.1 wedding to personal trainer Matthew Rolph didn't have in her Elvis-themed nuptials. The couple tied the knot at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas with an Elvis impersonator – and the bride even walked down the aisle to the King's "A Little Less Conversation." "We didn't know that getting married at a casino in Vegas with Elvis could be so romantic," Rajskub told PEOPLE exclusively. "Our wedding was beautiful, spontaneous and intimate."

Ha, this is awesome! I love Vegas weddings and Vegas, so this makes me happy.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and supermodel Gisele B√ľndchen had not one, but two secret weddings – first tying the knot in a small ceremony in Santa Monica, Calif., on Feb. 26, before a lavish ceremony at the supermodel's Costa Rican home on April 4. "We tried very hard to keep it private. Oh my God, you have no idea how hard that was," the model later told PEOPLE of planning two secret affairs.

I don't follow many sports, but I know that he's a sperminating football player who impregnated multiple women around the same time, and she's a model. Hey, good for them.

Wait until you see the uber-celebrities in tomorrow's post. This list just keeps getting better...


1 comment:

  1. I think people don't like Kara because she's so acid-tongued in opposition to the sweet-as-sugar Paula. I just thought it was pointless and annoying to bring in another judge. I think people blame her for the show jumping the shark. I've been hearing a lot of good things about this season, but haven't been able to watch. I preferred the old dynamic, though, with Randy, Simon and Paula. Simon used his position as an A&R representative (i.e., would he sign them?) which is why his approval was the most sought-after. Randy used his position as a producer (he gave constructive criticism, like what was right or wrong about the performance), and Paula, using her position as a performer, was basically the contestants' cheerleader, encouraging them and being supportive, even if the only positive thing she had to say was, "You look beautiful."


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