Celebrity Gossip of the Week

n Reynolds Tie the Knot
Last Sunday night, Blake Lively of “Gossip Girl” and actor Ryan Reynolds got hitched in a secret wedding ceremony at the beautiful Boone Plantation in Mt. Pleasant, S.C. The two were married just two years after Reynolds’ split from actress Scarlett Johansson. Lively and Reynolds have been dating almost a year since the two costarred in last summer’s “Green Lantern.” Florence Welch of Florence + the Machine is rumored to have performed at the reception, and Christian Louboutin is rumored to have been a guest at the ceremony and the designer of Lively’s custom wedding shoes. The main house at the plantation was used as Rachel McAdams’ summer home in 2004’s hit love story “The Notebook.” How romantic!
Chris Brown Gets a Tattoo That Resembles Rihanna
Chris Brown makes headlines again after being spotted with a weird new neck tattoo that appears at first glance to be a beaten woman’s face. A woman that looks surprisingly similar to Rihanna, the famous pop artist he is known for beating to near unconsciousness in 2009. His reps and the tattoo artist say that the tattoo was meant to be a combination of a sugar skull and a design from a MAC cosmetic design Brown picked out, but the final product looks a lot more like a bruised woman. Is Brown low enough to get a neck tattoo of the ex-girlfriend he beat up? His moral character has been questionable ever since he beat up Rihanna in the first place. You be the judge.
Randy Jackson to Remain at American Idol
Randy Jackson will continue his role as a judge on “American Idol” after a brief effort by the producers to hire someone else. At the last minute, Enrique Iglesias turned down the show’s offer to judge this season with Mariah Carey. Jackson was reported to be moving to a position as a mentor in the show’s upcoming 12th season but will stay put because of the scarcity. Deals with Nicki Minaj and Keith Urban are rumored to be in the works to replace Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler, who left the show after last season. Auditions begin in two weeks. Will “American Idol” be able to find two new judges before Jackson and Carey have to handle it on their own?