Stereophonics rocker Kelly Jones has married his longterm partner in a star-studded ceremony in Ireland. The rocker exchanged vows with MTV worker Jakki Healy at St. Senan's Church in County Clare on Saturday (07Dec13), in front of guests including Ronnie Wood, Paul Weller and actor Dougray Scott.
Notting Hill star Rhys Ifans was also in attendance with his girlfriend Anna Friel, as well as Welsh actor Rob Brydon.
After the wedding, guests enjoyed a lavish reception at The Lodge at Doonbeg venue.
Ferdaus Shamim/GettyWith original member Charlie Simpson still refusing to go back to his boyband-with-guitars days now that he's a semi-credible singer-songwriter, Matt Willis and James Bourne, aka the remaining members of mid-'00s UK chart-toppers Busted, have now instead hooked up with the group they undoubtedly paved the way for, McFly, for the latest big pop reunion tour. But which other pop acts could realistically join forces to form in the wake of the newest 'supergroup' McBusted. Here's a look at five potential ideas.Destiny's Child/TLCIt's unlikely that Beyoncé will ever wish to share the limelight with her former Destiny's Child bandmates for more than a few minutes, a la the Super Bowl, ever again. But there's nothing to stop Kelly and Michelle hooking up with T-Boz and Chilli to create the ultimate 90s R&B girlband crossover.Sugababes Versions 1-4The recent reunion of Mutya Keisha Siobhan, the original line-up of the ever-revolving Sugababes, hasn't exactly been a roaring success, while the latest line-up of Jade, Heidi and Amelle has been missing in action ever since 2011. But with a decade of hook-laden hits between them, a show featuring the four various line-ups would undoubtedly reignite both parties' careers.BSBNSYNCBackstreet Boys have already embraced the supergroup concept having toured and recorded with New Kids On The Block. And while Justin Timberlake is too much of a superstar to revisit his teen-pop past for more than a quick MTV VMA medley, the other four members would surely be open to hooking up with their old rivals for a feast of late '90s/early '00s boyband pop.S Club 15The term 'supergroup' might be pushing it here but it would certainly be interesting to see one of the biggest pop groups of the early '00s, S Club 7, team up with the eight members of their mini-me spin-off S Club Juniors – two of which are now in The Saturdays – for a massive S Club Party.Boyzone/WestlifeThey would possibly be the dreariest pop 'supergroup' of all time, but fans of karaoke covers and 'stand up for the key change' ballads would be in pop heaven if Irish boyband Boyzone and their recently-defunct successors Westlife decided to pool their coma-inducing resources together.
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It’s a new week, and we should all be over our Halloween Hangovers by now. In the wake of the festivities, the Twitterverse went back to normal, with celebs returning to posting amusing things about themselves and others. Whether it’s throwing some shade at Betty Draper herself, confessing to something that should never be confessed (here’s looking at you, Lena), or having outbursts against random words of the English language, these ladies gave us all a chuckle with their tweets (whether intentionally or not).
WOW. You guys are awesome. So kind. Thank you thank you thank you! PS. Babies eat mostly salsa right?
— olivia wilde (@oliviawilde) October 28, 2013
Olivia Wilde responds to all her pregnancy well-wishes. And duh, of course babies eat salsa! Who doesn't?!
Really wish I could take back the tears I cried while watching Never Say Never
— Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) November 2, 2013
So do we, Lena. So do we.
I ate so much candy. I dunno why people say sugar's bad for you. Now If you'll excuse me, I'll get back to crying on the floor for no reason
— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) November 1, 2013
Ellen speaks some real sh*t. If this hasn’t happened to you, you’re not doing Halloween right.
a puppy could lick it's tiny paw while riding a unicorn through a strawberry quik river in a candy forest & january jones would still scowl.
— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) November 3, 2013
Chrissy speaks the truth! Everyone knows JJ is incapable of smiling. But I’d like some more information about this Strawberry Quik river…
Yes I'm going as Carrie however I have a feeling I might end up looking like a tampon!
— Kelly Osbourne (@KellyOsbourne) October 31, 2013
Because dressing up like a tampon is so common that people would mistake you for that, right? Although, in Kelly’s defense, she did end up looking like this.
STOP SAYING BANTER, it's revolting. Thank you.
— Lily Allen (@lilyallen) October 29, 2013
Whatever you do, don’t banter with Lily Allen. And if you do, don’t tell her that you just bantered.
Unlucky-in-love actress/model Kelly Brook has been linked to her pal Katherine Jenkins' former fiance. The Piranha 3D star split from rugby player Danny Cipriani in August (13) amid allegations he had cheated on her, and she has since been seen on the arm of men including David Beckham's friend Dave Gardner and British sports star James Haskell.
Now reports suggest the star has been dating British TV presenter Gethin Jones, who was engaged to opera singer Jenkins for four years until their split in 2011.
Brook and Jones have reportedly enjoyed several dinner dates and the brunette beauty was also spotted leaving Jones' Los Angeles apartment.
A source tells Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper, "They have fancied each other for ages but have never been single at the same time before. Kelly thinks Gethin could definitely be boyfriend material... Gethin thinks Kelly is gorgeous. He can't believe his luck, and he'd like this to become more serious."
Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones have reunited for the first time to take their children trick-or-treating. The Wall Street star and Zeta-Jones separated earlier this year (13) but put aside their differences on Thursday (31Oct13) to partake in the Halloween tradition with their son and daughter.
However, Douglas admits he wasn't properly prepared for the fright night and picked out a random mask from a Halloween store - without realising it was actually the costume for a serial killer from the Friday the 13th horror film franchise.
He tells U.S. morning show Live! with Kelly and Michael, "My son, Dylan, was a hobbit and my daughter, Carys, was a flapper girl, Catherine was Snow White and I was late trying to figure out something to do. So I grabbed a mask in the store and I thought it said, Mike Myers (the actor),' I said, 'Mike Myers has a Halloween mask?' So I put it on and I said, 'I don't remember this character,' and I'm walking around and everyone is looking at me saying, 'Ooh,' and I said, 'What?' and they said, 'It's Michael Myers from Friday the 13th, it was the guy who stabbed everybody'."
News of their reconciliation emerges just days after Douglas sported his wedding ring on the red carpet for his new film, Last Vegas, and took a "very important call" from Zeta-Jones while attending the New York premiere on Tuesday (29Oct13).
A source told the New York Daily News the couple has reconciled: "She called to wish him good luck and he said, 'Thanks honey.' The only reason she wasn't by his side is because she didn't want to take attention away from the film. It was Michael's night. She wanted to say hello and didn't realise he was on the carpet already."
Stereophonics rocker Kelly Jones was wheeled through an airport on a luggage trolley after twisting his ankle during a booze binge in Japan. The Have a Nice Day hitmaker was partying in the Far East but underestimated the strength of the local beer and took a tumble, injuring his leg.
His ankle was so painful he could barely walk, so when they arrived at an airport for their flight home, his bandmates used a trolley as a makeshift wheelchair.
Jones says, "I foolishly assumed the lager over there wouldn't be that strong because the Japanese are only small. In fact, they're not much bigger than me. As a result, me and Jamie (Morrison), our drummer, ended up extremely drunk. I somehow managed to fall over him and twist my ankle something chronic."
Welsh rockers the Stereophonics cancelled a Tuesday night (23Jul13) concert in Melbourne, Australia after frontman Kelly Jones was diagnosed with a respiratory infection. The band was due to play at The Palace venue, but pulled out of the performance when Jones fell ill.
In a statement, the singer writes, "I regret, that due to a respiratory infection I will not be able to perform tonight in Melbourne. This is only the second show we have cancelled in 17 years and no one is more disappointed than I am not to be able to rock n' roll tonight."
Fans have been offered refunds.
Martial Arists Jim Kelly rose to fame in 1970s when he starred opposite Bruce Lee and John Saxon in Enter the Dragon. In his brief but successful film career, Kelly also appeared in films like Melinda, Black Belt Jones, Three the Hard Way, and Black Samurai. On Saturday, June 29, the 67-year-old actor died of cancer, CNN reports.
In his later years, Kelly spoofed Bruce Lee's Game of Death in a Nike commercial with Lebron James. He was also a professional tennis player on the USTA Senior Men's Circuit.
The news of Jim Kelly's passing surfaced on Sunday when the following message was posted on his Facebook page: "It is with sadness and regret that we must announce the passing of a great man and legend Jim Kelly. He will be deeply missed by all. Jim had great love for his family, friends, tennis and martial arts. We are devastated by Jim’s passing but through faith and support from family, friends and fans-we are comforted, blessed and will remain strong. He was survived by his lifetime partner of 33 years and wife."
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Martial arts expert-turned-movie star Jim Kelly has died at the age of 67. Kelly passed away on Saturday (29Jun13) at his home in San Diego, California following a battle with cancer, according to his ex-wife Marilyn Dishman.
The star came to prominence in 1973 film Enter the Dragon opposite Bruce Lee, and was famous for his one-liners and huge Afro hairstyle.
He went on to appear in films such as Black Belt Jones, Three the Hard Way and Black Samurai before giving up acting to concentrate on playing tennis professionally.
Kelly appeared in movies on and off until 2009, and worked mainly as a tennis coach.
Hollywood actor Samuel L. Jackson was among the first to pay tribute to Kelly, writing in a post on Twitter.com, "RIP Jim Kelly Enter The Dragon... 3 The Hard Way... Black Belt Jones. Kicked much a**, never messed up his Fro (sic)!!!"
Fox has picked up a couple new drama series for next season, you guys! Look at them go, those crazy kids — ordering up shows during pilot season. Who would've thought, right? (Well, there is that whole "this is what networks do around this time every pilot season" pesky detail thing, but shh!) Fans of pilot season should get ready, steady, and start their engines, because there's only more where this came from.
The network has shown their dramas who's boss today, and those shows in charge include J.J. Abrams' new series Almost Human, the Greg Kinnear-fronted Rake, a contemporary retelling of Sleepy Hollow, and a show about gangs. It's called (wait for it), Gang Related.
But it wasn't all good news for potential Fox pilots: those not moving forward (at least at the network) are Boomerang, Delirium, and The List. A fourth series, Wild Blue, has been pushed towards a potential run off-cycle. Sorry guys, maybe next year or on a different network.
For those wondering what these new series are about, look no further than the descriptions below! We're pretty helpful 'round here, and never afraid of being a even bit servicey:
- Almost Human: A cop drama, set 35 years in the future in a time when all cops are given human-esque android partners. Stars Karl Urban, Michael Ealy, Lili Taylor, Mackenzie Crook, Michael Irby and Minka Kelly. From Abrams' Bad Robot production company and former Fringe showrunner J.H. Wyman.
- Rake: A lawyer drama adapted from its original Australian counterpart of the same name. Basically House but about law. Expect self-destructive behavior and brilliant minds. Stars Kinnear, Miranda Otto, and John Ortiz. Produced by Australian creator Peter Duncan and Rescue Me's Peter Tolan. Fun fact: Sam Raimi directed the pilot.
- Sleepy Hollow: A contemporary drama retelling the iconic story of Ichabod Crane. Stars Tom Mison, Nicole Beharie, and Orlando Jones. Produced and written by Fringe co-creators Alex Kurtzman and Bob Orcie.
- Gang Related," A crime drama that follows Los Angeles' gang task force and its rising star (Ramon Rodriguez) after he's teamed with longtime member Cassius Green (RZA) to take on some of the city's most dangerous gangs. It gets complicated. Stars Rodriguez and RZA. Written by Chris Morgan, directed by Allen Hughes.
These four pilots will be joining the already-renewed line-up of Glee, Bones, New Girl, Raising Hope, The Following and The Mindy Project, in addition to the already-ordered new comedy from Seth MacFarlane, Dad.
What do you think of Fox's new series? Excited about how the fall schedule is shaping up? Let us know in the comments.
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