The Associated Press is reporting that famous "May-September" couple Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher have tied the knot after a much-publicized two-year courtship.
The news, which first surfaced on celebrity magazine Us Weekly's Web site, came from an as-yet-unnamed source who claims to have been a guest at the wedding. According to this source, the Beverly Hills ceremony was "very last minute," though the betrothed pair reportedly managed to assemble more than 100 close friends and family members to witness their vows.
People, the second online news source to report the marriage, says that the ceremony was in keeping with Moore and Kutcher's Kabbalah-based beliefs.
Among those listed as wedding guests were Moore's three daughters, Rumer, Scout, and Tallulah; her ex-husband Bruce Willis; and actors Wilmer Valderrama and Lucy Liu.
According to the Associated Press, Kutcher's publicist would share no comments, and Moore's representative did ...Read more
MTV, the channel that once showed only music videos but has recently subsisted on a steady diet of reality-show content, told The Hollywood Reporter that it's going to continue creating reality shows in the hopes that they will foster a glorious new generation of reality-show "stars."
Brian Graden, president of MTV Networks, told The Hollywood Reporter that MTV's new development slate "reflects our commitment to eclectic talent both in front of and behind the camera. We're exploring ideas that are natural extensions of the MTV personality and that push creative boundaries." Then he cackled, and gold dubloons fell from his mouth.
New shows include vehicles for singer Omarion, rap duo the Ying Yang Twins, and a show called Yo Momma, a contest to see who can trash talk the 'best,' to be executive-produced by and star Wilmer Valderrama ...Read more