Finally, it’s the weekend! (Commence happy dance.)
Which means it’s time for BUMPER Fluff – the best of the latest celebrity news.
From bonkers baby names to sad splits, it’s been an eventful week in Celeb-land. Check it out…
It’s official – this couple is now husband and wife. After five year sof dating, Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel are husband and wife. They married on Friday in southern Italy in a super-secret location that guests didn’t even know about until the very last minute.
This from PEOPLE:
Engaged since December, when Timberlake proposed in Big Sky Montana with a custom-designed ring, the couple have been inseparable.
Most recently, Timberlake showed support for his leading lady earlier this month when she was honored at Variety‘s Power of Women event for her work with Charity: Water.
The actor-musician said recently of his bride, “She’s a really, really, really special person.”
The happy couple started celebrating earlier this week along with close friends and family.
On Thursday, they hosted a party where guests hung out around open fires and dined on fresh-made cheese, local olives and wine. The night before, the group headed to a beach for a party complete with fireworks and live music.
Congrats, Justin and Jessica! Check out our gallery of other celebrities who have recently tied the knot:
Uma Thurman gave birth to her daughter in July – but she’s only just announced the name she picked for her little one. The actress’ rep told PEOPLE: “I would like to announce Uma and Arki’s daughter’s name for the first time officially: Rosalind Arusha Arkadina Altalune Florence Thurman-Busson, better known to family and friends as Luna.”
Well. That’s a mouthful! What do you think of the name?
Jennifer Aniston gets teary when speaking about her engagement. The actress appeared on Chelsea Handler’s late night show to discuss her engagement to fiance Justin Theroux and used a word we’d never heard before. Watch the video right here:
In case you can’t watch the video, Chelsea comments on the engagement, saying: “He’s the greatest guy ever. You guys make the greatest couple ever.”
Jennifer gets teary, saying: “I just got verklempt.” (“Verklempt” is Yiddish for “overcome with emotion”.) Your mission – if you choose to accept it – is to use ‘verkelmpt’ in a sentence today. Go.