"This will be the real wedding," says a source close to the couple, who last November staged a fake wedding for cameras in Mexico. "It's being filmed as the season finale for The Hills."
A rep for the couple declined comment.
E! News has learned that the controversial reality couple has already invited about 110 guests to the nuptials, but the list is expected to grow even larger as the wedding date nears. A source says the couple plans to wed in a sunset ceremony and is looking at a rooftop location for a reception. (Source)
"It's like, Letterman was trying to get the movie out there, but the only thing that's out there now is a crazy person with a beard making a fool of himself!" says Gray, still seething today at the "circus" surrounding Phoenix...
Gray spits at the name, calling him a "clown". "I have no idea what the hell that guy is shooting," he says. "The whole thing is not to my taste, and I've let Casey know this." (Source)
The film's production company, Nu Image/Millennium Films, has confirmed that the comedy will premiere on ABC Family in July 2009. It will be released on DVD a month later.
This week, the much-scrutinized star, 22, complained, "If people would just leave my personal life alone - because it's really not that interesting - then I could land a great role. But all the sicko fans and the noise is so distracting." (Source)
Mischa Barton is heading back to TV - she's in negotiations to star in the Melrose Place remake. The former O.C. star has confirmed she is in talks to join the cast of the show.
Barton ended her run as rich kid Marissa Cooper on teen drama "The O.C." in 2006. TV bosses at The CW, who brought back Beverly Hills 90210 as a spin-off last year, have ordered the production of a pilot episode of the new Melrose Place. (Source)
She revealed on ELLEN DEGENERES’ chatshow: “I have had it for nine months, I got it and I have been single ever since. I don’t know what the deal is with that. “I luckily did it for myself. I had always wanted to get one.” (Source)
Clad in black leather pants, a hip-length black blazer and silver go-go heels, Simpson, 28, hit the stage promptly at 8:01 p.m. and performed a 40-minute set, opening with "These Boots" before introducing the tune, "Still Beautiful."
"This song is off my new record... and it's about finding the beauty in life, no matter what happens," she told the audience at the University of Virginia's John Paul Jones Arena, where she performed with Rascal Flatts. Simpson later added, "Always remember that someone out there has it worse than you." (Source)
Traveling from Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. to the Bahamas, NKOTB will entertain fans on board with special performances and meet and greets. Jokes McIntyre: "We're not going to be drinking pina coladas, we'll be serving them!" (Source)
The New York Police Department - which has heroically handled terrorist attacks, blackouts and riots without a whimper - is being cautious over the "mob scene" that could result when the Jonas Brothers perform in Times Square at Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest on Wednesday night.
According to a source, police officials fessed up to their concerns in a recent meeting with producers of the show. "So they're now planning on using extra [security] men for support," the source says. "It's going to be crazy because everyone will be in Times Square to watch them perform on the show." (Source)