" a surprised James Corden asked."Sunday," Sadoski, 40, replied as the audience responded with applause and cheers. "We just took off into the country with an officiant and just the two of us, and we did our thing." Sadoski gushed that Seyfried, 31, is "the person who I love, admire, respect most in the world." He added that the intimate ceremony "was beautiful. It was just the two of us talking to each other."Corden asked what they did after the ceremony and Sadoski answered simply, "Then you take the dog [Seyfried's beloved Australian shepherd, Finn], you walk through the country and you go home. It was perfect."Corden then quizzed the newlywed about whether he was ready for the imminent arrival of the couple's first child."No," the Newsroom alum replied. I'm more excited about this than I've ever been about anything in my life.
As Emma proves, fancy fringing is a fail-safe way to channel old-school glamour so if your eveningwear collection is missing some fringed benefits, have a browse through our hand-picked edit below featuring dresses from Rare London, Misha Collection, Marchesa and Alberta Ferretti that are ideal for giving a nod to Emma's Givenchy original. The absurd end to the ceremony left the audience gasping in horror as Warren Beatty revealed why he and his Bonnie and Clyde Faye had had incorrectly read La La Land credited as the winner.We've been reporting on a rash of celeb robberies taking place the last few weeks, but compared to this story, well, that's relatively of little concern.In a seemingly unending hack of female celebs this week, we can now name two more victims of the hacking and release of private nude photos and videos: Dylan Penn, and Katie Cassidy. An alleged sex tape of Penn was leaked online on Friday, and paired together with both clothed and nude photos of the model.“I have a lot of anxiety that I’ve been struggling with my whole life,” she says. I’m terrified, but this is exactly what I wanted.”The fact that it’s Off-Broadway, and the character is a beautiful 29-year-old, certainly doesn’t hurt. ”“I mean, the way they describe how incredible it was,” says Seyfried, “I just imagined that they spent a . And although this play—90 minutes of real-time conversation between Doug and Beth, “balanced on the head of a pin,” as Silverman puts it—features two people sparring, modern-day sex negotiations, and a lot of tricky backpedaling, it somehow also manages to offer some hope.“She’s made a really smart choice,” says La Bute, “She didn’t say, ‘Yeah, I think the first thing I’ll do is Cordelia in ), along with Silverman and La Bute, are sitting around a big, square table picking apart every line of dialogue. “While people may carry in a preconception about what I do,” says La Bute, “I think they will be pleasantly surprised.