Justin Timberlake to marry next month?
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Singer-actor Justin Timberlake and partner Jessica Biel are reportedly set to marry in a $5 million ceremony in Italy in October.
The couple, who have been dating for five years and reportedly got engaged in December, are planning to wed in the European country and Biel has been busy planning every detail of their big day, reported Femalefirst.
'Jessica has claimed she is too busy to plan a wedding but she actually has been very involved in all the details, like every bride,' a source said.
Wedding planner Diana Sorenso recently planned some nuptials at 19th century boutique hotel Palazzo Margherita and
claims the star-studded nuptials will be held there.
'I've heard the wedding will be intimate, in the palm-tree lined outdoor garden area, just aside from the stunning black bottom pool and giant pergola. There will be flowers galore and it will be extremely elegant -- the most stunning the palazzo has seen yet,' she said.
Image: Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake
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Jennifer Hudson forgives brother-in-law for murdering family
The Oscar-winning actress and singer also said that she does not blame him entirely for his actions because she feels like for the most part it's not his fault.
'It's how he was brought up. We tried to offer love, but you were so far gone that you couldn't even see that,' the Daily Mail quoted her as saying on Oprah's Next Chapter.
'A lot of things came out, that we didn't even know about, from his upbringing, which is like he never had a chance. Had you had the love my mother gave us, or the background that some have, then you would've stood a chance,' she said.
Hudson, who turns 31 later this week, said she is now finally ready to visit her relatives' graves after receiving closure from justice being served, the paper reported.
Balfour was sentenced to three life sentences without the possibility of parole, followed by 120 years for other crimes.
Image: Jennifer Hudson
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Star Trek's 'Chekov' honoured with star on Hollywood Walk of Fame
Star Trek legend Walter Koenig has finally been awarded with a spot on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The 75-year-old actor, who played Russian Ensign Pavel Chekov, could not hide his joy as he posed with fellow series originals and his family at the unveiling ceremony on Monday.
'This is something that you hope and wish for, dream about, but something you never expect to really happen,' the Daily Mail quoted him as saying.
'It's a joyous occasion and I am deeply honoured,' he said.
It is eight years since the last member of the cast was recognised, with James Doohan, who played Scottish engineer Montogomery Scott, give a spot for his contribution to television, the report said.
According to it, three of his crew mates turned out to appear with their old friend, with Leonard Nimoy, Nichelle Nichols and George Takai serving as his Starfleet guard of honour.
Koenig celebrated with his wife Judy Levitt and daughter Danielle, who gave him congratulatory kisses.
Image: Walter Koenig
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