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Possibly made-up Paul McCartney wedding plans "Paul McCartney will marry love Nancy Shevell this weekend at his farmhouse in Sussex, England, a source confirms to Us Weekly. "It will be a small, intimate wedding," the source explains. "It's going to be very elegant and classic." Another bash is planned for Shevell's home turf of Manhattan, the source adds: "They are having a big party in New York to celebrate later on." Citing a source, British paper Daily Mirror also reports that the couple "will be marrying imminently...they are very excited and almost everything in place." The former Beatle, 69, proposed to NYC businesswoman Shevell, 51, in April with a $650,000 engagement ring. This will be the third marriage for the legendary rocker. His first wife, Linda, died of cancer at the age of 56 in 1998; married for 30 years, they had three children together. McCartney's second marriage to Heather Mills in 2002 ended with a messy, expensive divorce in 2008."
So You Think You Can Dance Canada is cancelled Out of nowhere! Shock and dismay! Read Raju Mudhar's story here.
Creepy McCreeperson breaks into Pamela Anderson's house Well, it kinda sounds like this happened a while ago, but still ... Starpulse: "Pamela Anderson was forced to call cops when a crazed fan broke into her house and hid in a guest room for days. The "Baywatch" beauty became convinced she was going insane when she noticed bread missing from her kitchen and items of clothing vanished from her closet. But after several days she discovered a female intruder hiding in her home - and the woman shocked the actress by slashing her wrists when police arrived to arrest her. Anderson tells Britain's OK! magazine, "One (fan) snuck into my house, sliced their wrists and...ate all my bread. It's terrible but I'm serious! When the police took her, she was even wearing one of my Baywatch bathing suits. It was very scary, actually. I was in my house with my children, alone, and this woman had gotten in and was there for a few days!... I kept noticing my bread going missing and that my jean jacket disappeared. But I was like: 'I'm going crazy because I have two babies, I'm forgetting everything.' But this woman had been staying in the guest room for days. When the police came, she slit her wrists!... She didn't die. She just got deported."
J.J. Abrams on board for Star Trek 2 "Vulture can confirm that J.J. Abrams has finally committed to shooting Star Trek 2. Insiders familiar with the director's plans tell Vulture that pre-production is underway, that the script will be done by month's end and that Abrams will start shooting this winter. While many assumed he would make the follow-up to his 2009 hit, he would never give a date for the project, or actually say for sure that he would be the one directing. In July, reports elsewhere surfaced that Abrams was “moving towards a commitment” to direct the sequel (which, of course, is Internet for “hasn’t committed yet”) but his delay had pushed a nervous Paramount Pictures to give Trek 2's late June 2012 release date to a G.I. Joe sequel. Part of the hold-up has been that Alex Kurtzman, who wrote Abrams' first Trek with Roberto “Bob” Orci, has been busy editing and posting Welcome to People, his directing debut at DreamWorks Pictures. We’re told that now that Kurtzman is finished with those duties, he is back in his office and the team is ready to work."