Seen and Heard
Will Jennifer Aniston and John Mayer tie the Knot?
We’re really in need of a good wedding!
-Julie Ryan Evans
Could it be true? Could reports that Jennifer Anniston and John Mayer are planning a wedding actually materialize?
My fingers (and those of good girls everywhere) are crossed! While I don’t think he’s necessarily the right man for my future BFF (once we ever meet), it would be great to see her sure-to-be-impeccable choices in dress, food, everything. And really, we’re in need of a fabulous celebrity wedding!
I’m tired of reading the depressing details about Madonna’s possible divorce and the adulterous affair of Sienna Miller and who’s dating who one minute and dumping another who another minute.
What I want is great wedding. It feels like a long time since there’s been a really great, feel-good, big celebrity wedding-one that wasn’t done in Vegas or in a courthouse or during a secret camera-dodging escape. I want one that’s on the books for months, that we get hear about during the planning, that we anxiously anticipate…even though there’s no chance we’ll attend…and get to pour over the photos afterward.
So maybe it will be Reese Witherspoon and Jake Gyllenhaal who are rumored to be planning December nuptials. That would be a great one. Or perhaps reports that Lindsey Lohan and Samantha Ronson are planning to tie the knot will come true. I’m not as excited about that one, but c’mon you gotta admit it would be an interesting one to witness.
Others that would be fun to see: Jessica Simpson and Tony Romo-would it be a cowboy theme? Would his teammates come or shun her and her cursedness? Neither of the Hilton girls has married (shocking right?!) and those could be fun, as would one between Kim Kardashian and Reggie Bush. Hey they might even put that on TV–there certainly aren’t enough televised celebrity weddings these days.
We didn’t even get to see Carrie walk down the aisle in the Sex and the City movie. We are celeb wedding deprived, so let’s hope some celebs start stepping it up and giving us something good to cry about.