Alicia Vikander and Michael Fassbender wed in Ibiza
Congratulations are in order for Alicia Vikander and Michael Fassbender, who reportedly tied the knot in Ibiza, Spain over the weekend. Multiple sources confirmed to People that the pair wed in a super private ceremony on Saturday, Oct. 14. The next day, the happy couple stepped for what appeared to be a post-wedding brunch on the island with their guests. The wedding festivities reportedly began a few days earlier with a boat ride for friends and family who had traveled overseas to help the pair celebrate what was expected to be a secret wedding. Alicia and Michael met on the set of "The Light Between Oceans," and have kept their relationship relatively under wraps since then. "I think we've made a clear statement that we keep certain things just between us," Alicia told EW when she and Michael were promoting the film back in 2014. "It was very easy to unite, but that's quite personal."
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Katy Perry announces she's happily single
Over the summer, exes Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom sparked romance rumors when they were spotted cuddling and kissing at an Ed Sheeran performance in Los Angeles. Whatever is or was going on between them is apparently casual, though. Speaking to ET over the weekend in New Orleans, where she was promoting "American Idol," Katy declared she's not dating anyone. Asked how she maintains her busy schedule, she mused, "I'm a bit younger in heart!" before adding, "I'm a bit more mature … single!" The singer explained, "You know, when you're single, you got a lot of time to yourself and a lot of energy, and I'm just finding a delicate balance."
Barbados is naming a street after Rihanna
Hometown love! The town of Saint Michael Barbados is planning to honor Rihanna by changing the name of Westbury New Road, the street where she grew up, to Rihanna Drive. The Barbadian Ministry of Tourism announced the signage will be changed in a two-hour ceremony on the island's Independence Day, Nov. 30, according to Nation News. Both Rihanna and Barbados' Prime Minister Freundel Stuart are expected to appear at the event.
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Harvey Weinstein is having trouble hanging onto his lawyers
As he faces allegations of sexual harassment and assault by more than two dozen women, Havey Weinstein is having trouble keeping his legal team together. On Oct. 7, Lisa Bloom stopped representing the producer, according to the New York Post. Now, he may be forced to reconsider his whole approach to representation. "Charles Harder, sort of media's Darth Vader of the past 2 years, is no longer working with Harvey Weinstein," Janice Min of The Hollywood Reporter told Brian Stelter on CNN over the weekend. "It's an interesting pivot we're seeing these last few weeks, where he's gone from media attorneys, and now with Blair Berk coming on, to the hiring of criminal defense attorneys." She added, "He clearly sees he is not winning the media war, and sees that with criminal investigations open in New York he has more to do on that end." The former Weinstein Company exec's wife Georgina Chapman also left him shortly after his company fired him early last week.
Gabrielle Union sounds off on sexual assault victims' choice of clothing
In Mayim Bialik's controversial New York Times piece, "Mayim Bialik: Being a Feminist in Harvey Weinstein's World," the actress said she wears "self-protecting" clothing as a means of avoiding sexual harassment. The statement struck a chord with readers who were quick to assert the way a woman dresses shouldn't be tied to how she's treated by men. "Reminder," Gabrielle Union wrote on social media over the weekend after Mayim's piece ran. "I got raped at work at a Payless shoe store. I had on a long tunic & leggings so miss me w/ 'dress modestly' s—. Though I was raped by a stranger who raped me at gunpoint after robbing the store, I was still asked by a female 'friend' what I had worn." Although she didn't call out Gabrielle by name, Mayim later posted a clarification of her initial statement (via E! News). "I also see a bunch of people have taken my words out of the context of the Hollywood machine and twisted them to imply that God forbid I would blame a woman for her assault based on her clothing or behavior," she wrote on Twitter and Facebook. "Anyone who knows me and my feminism knows that's absurd and not at all what this piece was about. It's so sad how vicious people are being when I basically live to make things better for women."
Gerard Butler hospitalized after bike wreck
Gerard Butler is recovering from cuts and bruises after having an accident on his motorcycle. TMZ reports the "Geostorm" star was cut off by a car while cruising around Los Angeles and ended up crashing his bike. He was reportedly hospitalized after paramedics arrived on the scene but had no broken bones or serious injuries.
Pink gets candid about the ups and downs in her marriage
Marriage isn't easy — a fact Pink, who's taken two serious breaks from her relationship with Carey Hart — points out in a new interview with the Guardian. "There are moments where I look at [Carey] and he is the most thoughtful, logical, constant… he's like a rock. He's a good man. He's a good dad. He's just the kind of dad I thought he'd be and then some," she says. "And then I'll look at him and go: 'I've never liked you. There's nothing I like about you. We have nothing in common. I don't like any of the s— you like. I don't ever wanna see you again.' Then two weeks later I'm like, things are going so good, you guys." The singer also admitts the couple's issues affect their intimacy situation. "Then you'll go through times when you haven't had sex in a year," she says. "Is this bed death? Is this the end of it? Do I want him? Does he want me?" Ultimately, though, she says it's worth the effort. "Monogamy is work!" Pink says. "But you do the work and it's good again."
Did Mark Salling attempt to commit suicide?
A new report from TMZ claims Mark Salling tried to kill himself in Los Angeles on Aug. 22 after being indicted by a federal grand jury on two counts of child pornography. Although the former "Glee" star's lawyer has denied the story, the website's sources say Mark's roommate found him bleeding shortly after he attempted to slit his wrists. The roommate reportedly contacted 911. "Mark is physically fine," the actor's attorney told TMZ. "Mark is spending his time atoning and working on himself." A judge has recommended Mark serve four to seven years in prison for the charges, which surfaced when police found more than 50,000 pornographic images of children on his computer. He's still awaiting sentencing.
The Pussycat Dolls' founder slams 'prostitution ring' claims
A woman who performed with the Pussycat Dolls prior to the release of their debut album claims the band was a prostitution ring and that she was able to join them only after she slept with multiple men. Pussycat Dolls founder Robin Antin recently heard about the allegations and is reportedly planning to send a cease and desist letter to Kaya with the help of an attorney. According to The Blast, Robin claims there's no truth the Kaya's story, which Robin says is made up of "disgusting, ridiculous lies" that suggest Kaya's "clearly looking for her 15 minutes." The Pussycat Dolls were founded in 1995 as a burlesque troupe; they released their first album in 2005 after signing on to a joint venture with Interscope.
Steven Seagal accused of inappropriate behavior at an audition
Harvey Weinstein's not the only Hollywood star facing allegations of sexual harassment. Last week, as actresses continued to share their stories of Weinstein's allegedly inappropriate conduct over the years, actress and "Inside Edition" correspondent Lisa Guerrero spoke out about an uncomfortable audition she once had with Steven Seagal for a part in the 1997 movie, "Fire Down Below." According to Lisa, Steven had her come to his mansion in Los Angeles to try out for the role. When she arrived — with the film's female casting director in tow — Steven answered the door in nothing but a silk robe. Lisa went on to say he "looked surprised" Lisa hadn't arrived alone. She auditioned, then was called back to Steven's house for "a private rehearsal," she recalled. She didn't go — and she didn't get the part. Instead, she was cast in a smaller role but found when she arrived on set, she was the sole woman. Steven then tried to get her to come to his dressing room, she said. Her part was eventually cut from the film. Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, she explained how the stories about Harvey Weinstein brought all the bad memories back. "It triggered my revulsion at what it feels like to be an actress and having a powerful star and executive producer answer his door in a robe," she said. "An actress reached out saying she was once asked to come in for a 'chemistry test' for 'Under Siege 2.' The audition was at Steven Seagal's hotel room and he answered the door in nothing but a robe. I read that and started crying."