Pop: Justin Timberlake, Jessica Biel marry
BY BRAVETTA HASSELL World Scene Writer
Sunday, October 21, 2012
10/21/12 at 4:44 AM
People magazine reports Justin Timberlake, 31, and Jessica Biel, 30, have wed.
"It's great to be married, the ceremony was beautiful and it was so special to be surrounded by our family and friends," the couple told the magazine.
The couple spent this week in Italy celebrating with friends and family ahead of the wedding.
According to the magazine, the couple kept the location of the wedding - held in southern Italy - a secret until the very last minute.
The two dated for five years before Timberlake proposed last December.
And now JT, Justin Timberlake - the Justin Bieber to us '80s and '90s babies - is off the market.
Mickey Mouse Club Justin. N*SYNC Justin. "Cry Me A River" Justin - whom I remember singing "Let's Take a Ride" to when I was like 17.
Such a heartthrob.
But we've all gotta grow up sometime, don't we?
Congrats to the happy couple!
Tom Hanks uncensored
If there was ever a bad word you'd least expect to hear out of actor Tom Hanks' mouth, it's the one Merriam-Webster recently added to its dictionary.
The f-bomb. (Seriously! That's in the dictionary!)
But back on topic, the "Forrest Gump" actor let the word out on Friday's "Good Morning America." And it seemed as much of a shock to him as it was to the host on set, Elizabeth Vargas.
In an interview with Vargas, Hanks discussed his new movie, "Cloud Atlas," before talking about accents.
Hanks plays a British character during parts of the film, which opens in theaters Oct. 26.
Anyway, after watching a clip of Hanks in character, Vargas asked the star if he could speak in the accent right on the spot, reports USA Today.
"Oy, mostly it's swear words," Hanks warned Vargas.
"If you say it with an accent like that, they won't know," Vargas followed.
Well, everyone did, when in the midst of Hanks reciting some line, that prickly little word was blurted out.
Hanks instantly lunged over in his seat, covering his mouth.
"We are so sorry, 'Good Morning America,' " Vargas said.
"Man, oh man, I'm sorry," Hanks said.
"I have never done that before. I want to apologize to the kids in America watching right now. And let me say the next time I'm on the show there will be a seven-second delay. ... Man oh man!"
Original Print Headline: Justin Timberlake, Jessica Biel marry
Actor Tom Hanks talks during "Good Morning America" on Friday. ABC and Tom Hanks apologized after the actor let slip a swear word during the live appearance. FRED LEE/Associated Press/ABC