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A newly-married couple in New York received a surprise wedding gift from Taylor Swift last weekend. Edward and Margaret McNoble had just exchanged vows when they were told there was a special gift waiting for them. It was a $200 bottle of Dom Pérignon champagne with a hand-written card attached with read, “Rumor has it you might be using my song in your wedding celebration which makes me so happy! Here’s to this amazing day of your continuing love story. Love, Taylor.” Sure enough, the couple’s first dance was to Taylor’s “Love Story.” They also arrived to the reception with “Welcome to New York” blaring. Talk About It: You know that if she was anywhere near New York at the time she would have crashed the wedding. It’s unclear how Taylor even found out about their plan to use “Love Story” for their first dance.
Charlie Sheen has reportedly settled his defamation case against The National Enquirer. The actor sued the tabloid last year for claiming he raped a then 13-year-old Corey Haim on the set of the 1986 movie Lucas. Charlie denied it and the late star’s mother also said the story wasn’t true. According to TMZ, “Charlie’s lawyers are asking for the suit to be dismissed with prejudice — meaning it can’t be refiled. That’s typically a sign that they’ve struck a deal.” Sources say “no money changed hands — but both sides were fully satisfied with the terms.”
The stars of Stranger Things have landed big raises. For the upcoming third season, child stars Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo and Caleb McLaughlin will earn more than $150,000 per episode. Breakout star Millie Bobby Brownis reportedly making more than the three boys. The four actors reportedly took in $30,000 per episode for the first two seasons. Winona Ryder and David Harbour will now earn more than $200,00 per episode.
NBC has picked up a third season of its “Will & Grace” reboot and upped this fall’s second season by five episodes to 18 as well. So far, the show is still in its first season, but the ratings for the show make it the highest rated comedy on NBC in eight years.
AND FINALLY, TODAY’S CELEBRITY TWEET OF THE DAY:
Lord we know we live in a world where much evil us accepted as normal, give us the strength to call it what it is no matter how socially acceptable it may be.
— Charlie Daniels (@CharlieDaniels) March 20, 2018