Life & Style got an exclusive look into the dream wedding of Niecy Nash to her dream man. Nash, host of Clean House and star of Reno 911!, said “I do” to her new hubby, electrical engineer Jay Tucker on May 28th at the Church Estates Vineyard in Malibu, CA.
The bride wore a vanilla strapless Ines DiSanto gown and gushed about her new groom, “It was a dream come true to be surrounded by family and friends as I married the most wonderful man!” said Nash.
The pair was surrounded by friends, family and a few famous faces, including Brandy, Jerry O’Connell and Rebecca Romijn, and bridesmaid Sherri Shepherd when they exchanged vows and a ten-second long kiss that got quite the reaction from guests.
“It was important that we didn’t have a stiff ceremony,” said Niecy. “The kiss was telling — we wanted it to be so much fun.”
After the big kiss, the guests were entertained by a tear-jerking performance of “At Last” by Brandy and were served cocktails by Martini.
The happy couple is headed to Anguilla for their honeymoon to “snorkel and lay out!”
See more pictures and get all the romantic details in the new issue of Life & Style.
The cast of the eighties coming-of-age movie “Stand By Me” are back together after 25 years. The three remaining principal stars, Jerry O’Connell, Corey Feldman and Wil Wheaton, were reunited in Toluca Lake, Calif. on Thursday for the launch of the Blu-ray and DVD version of the 1986 film, reports the Daily Mail. The actors were joined by Richard Dreyfus, who narrated the film, and the director Rob Reiner. One actor who was not present was River Phoenix, who died of a drug overdose outside of a Los Angeles nightclub in 1993 at the age of 23. Now 37, O’Connell, who played the pudgy pre-teen in the film, stars in the ABC television series “The Defenders” and is married with twins to model/actress Rebecca Romijn. Feldman, 39, whose role in the film helped him to become a teen heart-throb in the 90’s, struggled with drugs and alcohol throughout his life and is now a leader for the band The Truth Movement. Wheaton, 37, who went on to become a regular on “Star Trek: The Next Generation” and other sci-fi television shows and films, is married with two stepsons. The actors played best friends in the 50s-era film that set off on an adventure to find the body of a boy killed by a train. Based on the book by writer Stephen King, the film was based on a writer, narrated by Dreyfus, reflecting on his youth. The 25th anniversary edition of “Stand By Me” will be released on Blu-ray and DVD on March
Jerry O’Connell Parties In Vegas For Vegas Magazine’s Men’s Issue. Jerry O’Connell walked the red carpet in front of Gold Lounge in the Aria hotel and casino in Las Vegas on October 2. He was in town to celebrate Vegas Magazine’s Annual Men’s issue party. O’Connell and his actress/model wife Rebecca Romijn were at the party, along with actor Chazz Palminteri. O’Connell, Romijn and Palminteri sat at a table in a roped off area inside the small boutique lounge. Guests sipped Tequila Ambhar cocktails and SmartWater. This isn’t O’Connell’s latest foray into Vegas, however — he actually had shot some scenes for his new CBS show, “The Defenders,” in some Las Vegas casinos. “The Defenders” is a show based on real-life Las Vegas lawyers Marc Saggese and Michael Cristalli, and O’Connell even appears in a commercial for the two’s firm in Vegas. Jim Belushi, O’Connell’s costar in the series, appears in the commercial, too.