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Heidi Klum and Seal

Via People Magazine

"Keeping with tradition, Heidi Klum and Seal celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary on Saturday by renewing their vows in front of their children and a few close family members at sunset on a beach in Costa Careyes, Mexico. After the ceremony, about 80 guests joined the happy couple at their home for an outdoor reception under a palapa - an open-air, thatched-roof hut - decorated with dozens of chandeliers, thousands of candles and all white flowers. Contrary to last year's retro-themed celebration, this year's theme was a bit more traditional: guests dressed in white and black as brides and grooms. " At Metro Park in Jacksonville, singer Bobby Brown proposed to his girlfriend of nearly three years, Alicia Etheridge. He got down on one knee and presented her with a ring. The crowd roared its approval as a beaming Etheridge kissed Brown. "

Via indiatimes. com


"Just when it seemed like the end of the road for Shiney Ahuja, he's been signed for a film. This is the first project the actor has landed after being arrested for allegedly raping his maid. The film, titled Shunya, is a horror flick being directed by Puja Bedi, the niece of Bobby Bedi, who produced Bandit Queen. Sayali Bhagat plays the female lead. A source informs, "Shooting started in Lavasa, near Pune. The court has barred Shiney only from entering Mumbai. "

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