Brazilian model Lisalla Montenegro has married her baseball player fiance, C.j. Wilson. The couple tied the knot in a ceremony in Laguna Beach, California on Sunday (15Dec13) in front of 175 guests.
She says, "I'm so blessed and excited.
"Love to me now means pure magic, endless possibilities. I can't wait to start my life as Mrs. Wilson."
Montenegro met the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim pitcher in 2011 through a mutual friend.
How could you not remember Tim "The Tool Man" Taylor? Throughout the '90s, Tim, his excellently-bearded Tool Time co-host Al, and his well-groomed suburban family were as much a part of our collective consciousness as Monica Lewinsky's blue dress. Here's a look back at the very show that redefined the possibilities of the sitcom. Oh wait, that was Seinfeld. Still, let's hit the rewind button and revisit Home Improvement.
Detroit Was a Safe PlaceNowadays, Detroit-set TV shows often feature deadbeats, criminals, and dirty cops, as AMC's new drama Low Winter Sun can clearly attest. But once upon a time, a proper Midwestern family named the Taylors resided rather normally in the Motor City's suburbs. To Home Improvement's writers, Detroit was not only a great place to raise a family, it also came with a bodiless neighbor named Wilson. He gave great advice too!
Three Letters – JTTBefore there was Justin Bieber and those dudes from One Direction, the majority of the country's prepubescent teenage girls had posters of Jonathan Taylor Thomas plastered across their bedroom walls. Thomas, who played the middle child Randy, left the show during the eighth season to attend college and focus on different projects. He has since starred as Customer #3 in a 2005 short film called Tilt A Whirl, so you can see how well that worked out.
Pam Anderson Was the First Tool GirlBefore she was starring alongside Tommy Lee in a widely circulated sex tape, the buxom blond starred as Lisa the Tool Girl on the show's first two seasons. Of course Anderson would leave Home Improvement to really delve into her craft as C.J. Parker on Baywatch. Now there was a demanding role!
Tim Liked to GruntRich and manly-sounding, Tim's grunt played as prominent a role on Home Improvement as the ubiquitous laugh track that incessantly told viewers when something was funny. There was never any rhyme or reason as to why he grunted like an idiot all the time (the verbal tic had been a part of star Tim Allen's stand-up act), but that was okay. What more can you expect from someone who's nicknamed The Tool Man?
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Actor Chris Pine is single again after splitting from model Dominique Piek, according to a U.S. report. The Star Trek hunk began dating the Sports Illustrated beauty in 2011, and they made their red carpet debut at the Cannes Film Festival in France last May (12). However, their romance has ended and the couple has called it quits. A source tells UsMagazine.com, "It happened a while ago. It was a mutual call. They both needed their space. She has been very busy with her modelling work and travelling. He's got Star Trek and his other projects keeping him busy." Pine has previously been linked to actresses Beau Garrett and Olivia Munn and U.S. reality star Audrina Patridge, while the 27-year-old South African stunner broke up with American baseball player C.J. Wilson in 2010.