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KALEY CUOCO GETS MARRIED! (ON ELLEN'S SHOW)
Kaley Cuoco gushed like crazy on yesterday’s Ellen DeGeneres show. And then she got married. "I am very, very happy," the Big Bang Theory star tells Ellen of her engagement to tennis player Ryan Sweeting. "So happy. Life is so good right now. I cannot even tell you." She admitted it's still very new. But it was love at first sight, from the sound of it. Cuoco explains that "over the summer" she was "not ready" for love. "I was very sad," she says. But a friend told her Sweeting was coming to town. "You've got one day to meet him, have a drink, and meet him. I was putting it off and really nervous about it and just not wanting to do this." But she agreed. "And so I said OK, I'm going to meet him, I'll meet him. So we go and have a dinner date and we're still on our first date. He never went home." Ellen then surprised the couple by providing an ordained minister, a veil and some flowers. "Is this legal?" asked Sweeting, before he went along with the ceremony.
GAGA SET TO MAKE HISTORY IN 2015 AS THE FIRST SINGER TO PERFORM IN OUTER SPACE
She has pushed the boundaries with her wacky outfits and bizarre behavior. And now Lady Gaga will be charting new territory of an entirely different kind. The singer will make history in 2015 as the first singer to perform in outer space. Gaga will embark on a space mission with Virgin Galactic flights and is reportedly planning to have vocal training to ensure she can still hit the correct notes in a gravity-free environment.
SEATTLE FOOD COMPANY RELEASES BACON-SCENTED DEODORANT
America loves bacon, that is indisputable, but now a Seattle-based firm has taken that affection to pungent new levels. J&D’s Foods, a specialty foods company, has announced its latest product — a gel deodorant that smells like bacon. They call it “Power Bacon,” and it went on sale yesterday. On its website, the company recommends the product for active bacon lovers or those who “just sweat like pigs.” “It’s not really a deodorant, it’s an odorant,” J&D’s owner Justin Esch said. “It’s a strong meat-scented musk that comes off your body.”