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Paquin and Stephen Moyer got hitched
Moyer tied the knot today at a private home in Malibu, confirms Gossip Cop.
The couple said “I do” under a tent in front of “True Blood” creator Alan Ball and their co-stars Ryan Kwanten, Sam Trammell, Rutina Wesley, and Carrie Preston and her “Lost” star husband Michael Emerson. Elijah Wood also attended the nuptials.
Shortly after the ceremony, Moyer stripped out of his dark suit and jumped into the Pacific Ocean.
Moyer proposed to Paquin in Hawaii, and they announced their engagement last August.
Carrie Preston dishes True Blood snippets at Anna Paquin’s wedding
This past Saturday ‘True Blood’ stars Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer walked the aisle in Malibu in a small ceremony graced only by near and dear ones. However, the True Blood stars made their presence felt as creator Alan Ball and others attended the holy ritual.
Actress Carrie Preston, too, graced the occasion with her hubby Michael Emerson. Carrie essays the role of Arlene in the popular show True Blood and she took the opportunity to serve some snippets about her character. She cites that her character Arlene is a tad ‘superstitious’ but takes things on their face values. She also revealed that carrying an evil person’s baby in her womb makes her uncomfortable.
However, if the latest edition of the show is anything to go by, then you folks must be aware that Arlene accepts that she isn’t bearing Terry’s child. Carrie is enjoying her television stint and hopes that her audience stays hooked to the show.
Sharon Osbourne Tells Jimmy Kimmel Hasselbeck is a "Little Blonde Idiot"While appearing on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Thursday night, Sharon Osbourne, who is promoting the new "The View"-esque talk show, "The Talk," told Kimmel what she really thought of "The View" and of Elisabeth Hasselbeck, one of the co-hosts of the popular ABC morning program. In a moment of complete candor (and when has Sharon Osbourne ever been anything but candid?), Sharon Osbourne answered a simple question with a straightforward answer. It is also an answer that will no doubt spawn a viral video, not to mention a war of words with Elisabeth Hasselbeck, daytime queen of the nonsensical comment.
The lead-up to the question came when Jimmy Kimmel asked Osbourne if the new show would be like "The View." The woman who many only new as Ozzy Osbourne's wife until their MTV reality show made her a household name told Kimmel, "F*** no... We're very different women. We've got different opinions and we're not miserable and dry."
Such a general slight may have been viewed as a competitive shot across the bow -- if that had been all that was said. But then Jimmy Kimmel wanted to know which of the women of "The View" was her least favorite. Sharon Osbourne was quick with her response, going straight for the talk show's weakest link.
"The least? Oh, that little blonde idiot," she said. She then made a retching sound and motion.
She continued. "You know what she needs. She needs a good shtupping (Yiddish for "sexual intercourse")!"
And if two slights weren't enough, Sharon Osbourne doubled down. "She needs to get some humor there. It's like, lighten up, b***h!"
Four slams in less than 30 seconds. Amazing, until you realize that it is Elisabeth Hasselbeck she's talking about, so the degree of difficulty is greatly decreased than if it was someone who was relevant.
The audience was howling. Jimmy Kimmel was beside himself.
Sharon Osbourne's new show, "The Talk," is a hit and it hasn't even aired its first episode.
Overdose No Accident, Says Fantasia – 'I Wanted Out'
Two weeks after being hospitalized for overdosing on aspirin and a sleep aid, singer Fantasia Barrino says she knew exactly what she was doing. She wanted to die.
"I didn't have any fight in me. I didn't care about anything. I just wanted out," the American Idol winner, 26, tells VH1 in a new Behind the Music interview, airing 9 p.m. ET/PT Tuesday, the same day her new album, Back to Me, is released. "At that moment, I wanted out. I wanted it to be over with – all of it, all of that [expletive]."
She continues: "I just sat in the closet and looked at the mirror and took all the pills in the bottle. I wanted to go to sleep and just be at peace. I knew exactly what I was doing. You can't accidentally take a whole bottle of pills."
Barrino's manager, Brian Dickens, recalls finding her lying on the floor in her room. "Her emotions were extremely low," he says. "She'd been crying all day. Fantasia was just numb. Fantasia texted me, saying 'I love you.' I wrote back, 'I love you more.' Then it hit me."
"I wrote, 'You better not do anything or think about doing anything stupid.' And I left it at that. About 10 minutes later, Fantasia texted me back, and she said, 'Already did.' I went into Fantasia's room and saw her on the floor, and my heart just dropped."
What made the successful singer, who's preparing to release her third album, want to end her life? "I was tired of people doing me wrong, constantly, over and over again, dealing with my family – my father, dealing with men and their [expletive] – I was tired," she says. "My head was hurting me. I was over it."
To complicate matters even more, Barrino is now being threatened with a lawsuit by Paula Cook, the wife of Antwaun Cook, with whom Fantasia had been having an affair.
"When I met him, he was separated ... wasn't living in his home. He didn't want to be back with his wife – that is what I was told," Barrino says. "I remember waking up in the hospital [and thinking], 'It didn't work, I'm still here in this hellhole. Still here with all this drama going on.' "
Ultimately, the singer says the saving grace was her nurse. "My nurse Melanie was a blessing into my life because she didn't tell me what I wanted to hear," she says. "She told me what I needed to hear. And she looked at me and said, 'You gotta get up, and you've gotta get out of here, 'cause you haven't fulfilled your destiny.' "
"I realized how people end up in the grave. Because that one moment [snaps her fingers] of just breaking or feeling like I can't, I can't go on, it's too heavy. That was somewhere I don't ever want to go again."