Robert Pattinson and Kristin Stewart Accidentally Got Married


It seems like just yesterday that Robert Pattinson and Kristin Stewart were two insanely famous young people carrying on a not-so-secret affair. Now it looks like the Twilight costars might, in fact, be husband and wife, sort of. If you find yourself hyperventilating at the thought that He of the Sparkly Skin is permanently off the market, relax—they're only married in the eyes of God, not in the eyes of the law. So it's not totally for keeps.

You see when they filmed the wedding in the forthcoming The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1, they used an actual priest, and, well, oops! Here's what RPattz has to say on the matter:

"The wedding scene's funny because we used a real priest. So technically we are already married because he did all the things you would do in a normal ceremony. So we don't have a civil union in law, but I guess in the church we are actually married."

Haha, that is funny...but we shouldn't be too hard on anyone because it seems like an easy enough mistake to make. I mean, who among us hasn't had a real priest preside over the wedding of our movie character to our onscreen lover who is also our real-life partner and not thought about the possible consequences? Happens all the time! [Us Weekly]


Robert Pattinson and Kristin Stewart Accidentally Got Married There was some drama at Nicki Minaj's house today. It all centered around a fight she was having with her household staff. Apparently some time ago one of her maids picked a photo of Minaj out of the trash and asked her to autograph it, which upset the singer enough that she fired the woman. Okay, this is where it gets confusing, because either the fired maid or another maid which Minaj mistook for the fired maid (you know maids, they all look alike!) came back to the house today. Nicki flipped out and demanded that the woman leave. Then her boyfriend got involved and "began pushing the maid with his body." Eventually the cops showed up and everyone managed to calm down enough to avoid being arrested. [TMZ ]
Robert Pattinson and Kristin Stewart Accidentally Got Married Take note Justin Timberlake fans: you're about to go into withdrawal. The singer/actor/object of general affection has told Esquire that he's planning to take a hiatus from performing in all his various capacities. What will he do with himself, you wonder? "I think you can work and work and work and never really live. The plan is to have no plan. I'll probably travel, but I'd rather be spontaneous. I feel like I've earned at least a little bit of time to do that..." You have, indeed, but Justin? JUSTIN? Where are you?! Come back to ussssss! [Daily Express ]
Robert Pattinson and Kristin Stewart Accidentally Got Married Late night funnyman Conan O'Brien is taping in New York this week to celebrate the one year anniversary of his show on TBS, and rumor has it that during one episode he'll officiate a gay wedding on air. Sounds like it will make for good TV, but it's no joke: one of the grooms is a longtime Conan staff member. Awww! [Vulture ]
  • Not to be outdone by his costar Robert Pattinson's fake wedded bliss, Taylor Lautner was spotted out on the town having dinner with Glee's Dianna Agron—and two "agent types." Hmm, sounds like the beginning of a beautiful made-for-tabloids love story. [People]
  • We now have further proof that Melissa McCarthy would be an awesome mom to have. The hilarious actress says she has a plan for dealing with her kids if they become unruly as teenagers: "I will embarrass my kids to their core. I will threaten to show up in hot pants and a tube top. Their dad will drive me. And he'll let me and my friend Lisa get pretty drunk in the backseat and we will come into that party and just rip it up." Sure, her kids will be mortified, but their friends will probably love it. [Entertainment Weekly]
  • Is Paul McCartney converting to Judaism for his new bride, Nancy Shevell? The National Enquirer sure thinks he is. They say the former Beatle, who was raised Roman Catholic but wasn't ever devout, is studying for a conversion to his wife's faith sometime next year. [National Enquirer]
  • You have yet another opportunity to enjoy all that American culture has to offer during tonight's final World Series game when American Idol alum Chris Daughtry sings our beautiful national anthem. [AP]
  • Steve Martin announced that he's going to write a book based on his Twitter posts. How forward thinking, or how old-fashioned? It's hard to tell these days. Either way, all the profits will go to charity, so that's nice. [Yahoo!]
  • In other gay weddings news, comedian Mario Cantone, best known for his role on Sex and the City, has married his partner of 20 years, Jerry Dixon. [Us Weekly]
  • Kelly Rowland is very sick with some sort of throat virus and has had to pull out of her planned appearance on this weekend's X Factor. : ( [ONTD]
  • Marie Osmond is also under the weather. She ended up at a Las Vegas hospital after suffering from bronchitis, but it seems like she's going to be just fine. [CBS News]
  • Carey Mulligan may be a movie star, but that doesn't mean she likes exposing herself in public. Here's what she had to say regarding the perils of singing versus doing nudity in her new movie Shame: "It's scarier to sing than to do nudity. Singing is like really exposing yourself. I was playing sort of a singer, so I was pretending to have a talent I don't necessarily believe I have. So singing was quite scary." Agreed, though I must say nudity also sounds very terrifying no matter how naturally "talented" one's body might be at it. [E! Online]
  • Actress Lucy Davis, who starred in the UK version of The Office, has filed for divorce from her husband, The Mentalist's Owain Yeoman. The couple has been separated for three years, so this isn't much of shock. [E! Online]
  • Sad news: one stuntman was killed and another was severely injured during an explosion on the set of The Expendables 2. The film, which stars Sly Stallone, Bruce Willis, and Arnold Schwarzenegger, was filming in Bulgaria when the accident occurred. [Yahoo!]
  • In the celebrity good deed of the day, Barry Manilow has donated $300,000 worth of musical instruments to students in Joplin, Missouri, which you may remember was devasted by a tornado back in May. [Reuters]