It's official. Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg are now husband and wife.
They got married in the ballroom of a hotel in Saint Charles, Illinois over the weekend.
Just screams "glamorous," doesn't it?
According to reports in US Weekly, Jenny wasn't really into planning the wedding. "I consider myself to be kind of like a dude," she told the magazine. "Like, I just kind of want to show up and drink."
Ladies and gentlemen, we have a winner!
And in case you're wondering, the affair was NOT catered by Wahlburgers.
Just when you were getting used to whatever version of the iPhone you have, Apple's getting ready to come out with the latest (and they would have you believe, greatest!) version of the iPhone on September 9.
No one knows for sure what features will wow us with this new generation, but the front-running theories include:
Bigger Screen – you could be talking about a screen as big as 5.1 inches, which means you won't have to squint as much – you'll still have to squint, just not as much.
Near Field Communication – basically, it could turn your cell phone into a short-range wireless communication device – which sounds like if you're within earshot of someone, you can talk to him on your phone, but I guess it's more than that.
Sapphire Glass – harder than glass – and this stuff is synthetic, so it's not like you'll have a precious gem in your cell phone – unless you're a Kardashian, and they'll try to get legit sapphire glass.
Go ahead, get in line. There probably won't be an iPhone 7 until after Christmas.
Check out this tech report to get more info – it's sort of like watching a weather report done by a geek about a new bit of technology. It's a 7-minute-plus video – average turn-off time is just under 60 seconds – how long can you last?
According to industry insiders, the summer of 2014 was not a good one for the folks who make motion pictures. They say it's the worst summer box-office-wise since 1997.
There were a lot of movies you could call highly-anticipated that highly-tanked. Among them: Melissa McCarthy's Tammy; Seth MacFarlane's A Million Ways to Die in the Old West; and Tom Cruise's Edge of Tomorrow.
The best-grossing movie of the season was the highly-unexpected Guardians of the Galaxy – pushing close to the $300-million mark.
Back to the drawing board, boys and girls. Or more importantly, the storyboard.
Here’s something none of us ever thought we’d hear. According to The Washington Post, Rob Ford, the embattled and admittedly addicted mayor of Toronto, has a decent chance of being reelected.
Let’s recap. Rob Ford has admitted to abusing drugs and alcohol. He’s been at times completely out of control while in office. He’s checked himself into rehab, emerging just a couple of months ago to pick up his campaign where he left off.
Back in June, 63% of the people in Toronto wanted him to resign. That number has dropped to about 50% - still a lot of people! – but according to the poll numbers, Ford is now just three percentage points away from the front runner.
Statistically, that’s dead even.
Amazing how he seems to be rising out of the ashes of his self-destruction.