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Grimes ties the knot with her model-musician beau Josh Beech in a small ceremony, in which the bride reportedly walks down the aisle to house music.
The Annie Wilson of '90210' says of her upcoming wedding with the British model, 'We plan to keep our special day very private and we hope everyone can respect that.'
In a blog post, the Annie Wilson of '90210' details that the new body art, placed behind her ear, was designed by tattoo artist Ami James to cover 'a white scar-looking tat' she had earlier.
Addressing her explanation 'to all ugly-media lovers', the '90210' beauty writes on her blog, 'if you had any insight into my personal life, you'd know that I would never seriously behave that way.'
Warner Bros. Pictures has announced that the 'Superman' reboot is called 'Man of Steel', and Michael Shannon is cast as General Zod.
The 'American Idol' contestant has been approached by Interscope Records to release a single, but the talk's not 'done deal' yet.
The young stars, along with Geena Davis, Terrence Howard and other celebrities helped to present at the Emmy Awards for college students.
Adding to Shenae Grimes' denial, a spokesperson for John Mayer blasted, 'Star magazine is not a credible source.'
Grimes has confirmed their involvements in the horror flick as she tweets to the 'Pretty Little Liars' babe from the film's set, 'Glad to be here with ya!'
Grimes' directorial debut, the music video depicts 'a simple story about a boy and a girl' who are in a relationship.
The 39-year-old actor was honored with a star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame, revealing 'When I heard I was getting this star, I felt like it was a practical joke.'
Transforming the message into picture, the one-sheet features a head sculpture which is broken into pieces.
The 'High School Musical' star has affirmed that he recently visited a strip cub but refused to say he has spent 2,000 dollars on lap dancers and vodka.
The likes of Maggie Q, LL Cool J and Gabourey Sidibe attended a party at Los Angeles' Beverly Hilton which was hosted by CBS Corporation.
Underdogs in the first wave, 'Modern Family', 'Community' and 'One Tree Hill' would not let the prizes easily go to 'Gossip Girl', 'Glee' and 'Vampire Diaries' with the newly-announced nominations.