News that they're still stuck on picking a location for their big day."We're trying to figure out where it's going to be first," Jordan explained."We have family in California, family in Dallas...""We're just enjoying being together right now," Jo Jo chimed in, adding that living together in Texas is "so good." "His mom is always sending me wedding books, and we're like, 'We've gotta figure out where it's going to be first! The couple famously started dating during Jo Jo's run as star of The pair have not escaped drama, as the usual post-show rumors have been flying that there may trouble in paradise.But the adorable couple isn't sweating it."We just don't pay any attention to it," Jo Jo said."There's always going to be something, so we just pay no attention to it and live our lives.""Anyone who follows us on any social media can tell that that's absolutely not true," Jordan reassured their fans.The show records at Sky Studios in Osterley, West London.Booking is now open so if you would like to join us for a night of hilarity with Harry, then apply now!"As he scampers around the bathtub of popular culture, Spidey is beginning to exhaust everyone's patience.The time has come for someone to produce a rolled-up newspaper the size of a subway train and bring it down with an almighty crash" - Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian Whether you see it as All About Eve only with the good bits taken out and a naked Elizabeth Berkley put in, or a yet-to-be recognised classic, Showgirls represents a career graveyard for anyone unlucky enough to be cast in it (Elizabeth Berkley, Kyle Mac Lachlan, Gina Gershon, we're looking at you).
At the Mohegan Sun's 20th Anniversary Celebration on Sunday, the -born couple revealed to E!
At least they're still technically ahead of schedule when it comes to deciding on a venue."Sometime in 2017, we're shooting for that," Jo Jo told E!
News this summer, right after they were finally allowed to go public, about their marital plans so far.
Kennedy, both victims of assassination, and the father of Congressman Patrick J. Ted Kennedy entered the Senate in a November 1962 special election to fill the seat previously held by his brother, John, who was now the President.
His only attempt, in the 1980 election, resulted in a Democratic primary campaign loss to incumbent President Jimmy Carter. His 1968 eulogy for his brother Robert and his 1980 rallying cry for modern American liberalism were among his best-known speeches.
Unabashedly liberal, Kennedy championed an interventionist government that emphasized economic and social justice, but he was also known for working with Republicans to find compromises among senators with disparate views.
Kennedy played a major role in passing many laws, including laws that addressed immigration, cancer research, health insurance, apartheid, disability discrimination, AIDS care, civil rights, mental health benefits, children's health insurance, education and volunteering.
And now, for your delectation, we have the results of the worst movies ever made poll.
From the disappointing to the bad to the downright offensive, here is a pile of sick filth that should be banned if the BBFC ever start assessing narrative coherence and filmmaking skill. The one where Spidey went dark, we got three villains for the price of one as a lump of unexplained space goo drives Peter Parker to the eyeliner drawer.
Ted Kennedy was the most prominent living member of the Kennedy family for many years, and he was the last surviving son of Joseph P. The incident and its aftermath hindered his chances of ever becoming President.
He was elected to a full six-year term in 1964 and was re-elected seven more times.