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July 29, 2012

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Girls Gone Wild in Ludacris' Music Video for 'Jingalin''

July 29, 2012 16:50:23 GMT


Ludacris threw some wild party at his mansion for the music video of "Jingalin'". The rapper became a referee for jell-o wrestling match between girls, drove his car into the pool and let girls kiss each other. Ludacris called this one the "craziest video of his career".

"I've shot some wild videos in my day, but this right here, by far, might be the wildest," Ludacris told MTV News. "If you ever seen the movie, it's just one of those wild nights where the party just goes everywhere and anywhere you can imagine it to go."
News > Celebrity Gossip

Mark-Paul Gosselaar Ties the Knot for the Second Time

July 29, 2012 16:24:12 GMT


Former "Saved by the Bell" heartthrob Mark-Paul Gosselaar exchanged vows with advertising executive Catriona McGinn on Saturday, July 28 at the Sunstone winery in Santa Ynez, California. The wedding was slightly over a year after his divorce from wife of 15 years, Lisa Ann Russell, was finalized.

Gosselaar proposed to McGinn in August 2011, less than three months after finalizing his divorce. "He was so excited to have found the woman of his dreams," jeweler Neil Lane, who designed the couple's engagement rings and wedding bands, said as quoted by People. "He couldn't wait to propose!"
News > TV News

Full List of 2012 Television Critics Association Awards Winners

July 29, 2012 15:57:37 GMT


New series "Homeland" won big with the TV critics, nabbing two nods at the annual Television Critics Association awards. Announced on Saturday, July 28 night, the winners list saw the Showtime series taking home Outstanding New Program and Individual Achievement in Drama for Claire Danes.

The awards were given out at the Beverly Hilton ballroom but the event was not televised and was off the record. Bryan Cranston hosted the awards. His show, "Breaking Bad", won Outstanding Achievement in Drama, while FX's "Louie" won the comedy award. The Program of the Year went to HBO's "Game of Thrones".
 
 
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