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David Cross and Amber Tamblyn get married

We’re pleased to report that actress Amber Tamblyn and actor/comedian David Cross are married. The 29-year-old Tamblyn, whose credits include “Joan of Arcadia” and “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants,” married Cross, 48, over the weekend, a rep for the actress told Director Lance Bangs posted a picture of the couple slow dancing at their reception on Instagram. “Yo La Tengo playing Superchunk, Mission of Burma, and Pixies covers at David and Amber’s wedding,” he wrote. Questlove of the Roots was DJ. (AP)

Jack Osbourne marries

Ozzy Osbourne’s boy Jack Osbourne is married to Lisa Stelly, tying the knot on the big island in Hawaii over the weekend. “I love how going to Hawaii with my mum for her 60th has turned into my wedding. Hahaha people are funny,” Ozzie’s kid tweeted Friday. The couple were dating for four months before getting engaged about a year ago. Osbourne found out in May that he has multiple sclerosis, and shortly after, the couple’s child Pearl was born. (AP)

DeVito, Perlman split


In not-so-good news, actors Danny DeVito and wife Rhea Perlman have separated after more than 30 years of marriage. The couple’s rep, Stan Rosenfield, confirmed the news to “Entertainment Tonight.” The pair, who got hitched in January of 1982, have three children together — daughters Lucy, 29, and Grace, 27, and son Jacob, 24. DeVito and Perlman worked on the sitcom “Taxi” and in the 1996 comedy film “Matilda.” (AP)

Speedy apology

“Hi, knocked off your mirror! Very sorry! Will cover everything.” — Ben Affleck, in a note left on the windshield of a car after he accidentally knocked its mirror off with his car.

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