UPDATE: Okay, last time. Sorry to bombard you with more and more details, but as an office full of major JT fans (some of us may or may not refer to him as Timbercakes around here), we are kind of losing it. So, obviously, we went out and bought a copy of People and gathered 'round to peep the full spread. We're not gonna give it all away, but if you only ever buy into one celebrity wedding media blitz in your life, this is the one to go for. The photos are gorgeous and so candid! None of the usual stiff, posed stuff you see in gossip mags. But until you can hit the newsstand on your lunch break, here's a lil' teaser, including the couple's first dance, Jess' new name in writing, and the cake. Ah, the cake! What with that and the cotton-candy dress, this is definitely a wedding for a sugar addict.
Photo: Courtesy of People.
If you had doubts about whether or not Jessica Biel — who we will from now on refer to as JT (sounds kind of familiar though...hmm) — could pull off a pink wedding dress, worry no more! She's on the cover of People looking absolutely beautiful. So lovely, in fact, that Justin is actually jumping for joy. (Side note: Either that's Photoshopped or he's an Olympic-level jumper.) (People)
Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake's ears must be ringing from all the post-nuptial media buzz. Details from the intimate Puglia ceremony are now flooding in, and one of the more surprising details is the bride's dress choice: Biel sported a light pink Giambattista Valli gown. Her unique cotton-candy dress only makes us more
While The Roots' Questlove served as DJ for the ceremony, Timberlake added some of his own musical stylings when he performed a song for his glowing bride. Sigh....what we would've done to actually attend one of the best wedding extravaganzas of the year! Luckily, for all of us uninvited guests, the couple has sold their wedding photos to both People and OK! for $300,000. Apparently, these photos of the very Pretty in Pink bride and groom will be available to prying eyes tomorrow. Stay tuned for our ensuing excitement once those bad boys are released. (USA Today)
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