Drew Barrymore and Will Kopelman Have Forever United Their Life Forces

Anybody who's somebody (which is way more selective than everybody) attended the sacred wedding ceremony of E.T. star Drew Barrymore and art history major Will Kopelman Saturday evening at Barrymore's home in Montecito, California. The ceremony was apparently quiet and intimate, i.e. there was no Caligula-style wedding reception, which, I don't know, sort of defeats the purpose of getting married at home, doesn't it?

Cameron Diaz, Jimmy Fallon, and Busy Phillips attended, but no word on whether Adam Sandler showed up dressed as Robbie Hart and singing "Grow Old With You" to flabbergasted guests in a last-ditch effort to convince Drew Barrymore that marrying Glenn Guglia, er, Will would be a mistake. Rumor (my rumor) has it that Jon Lovitz performed and it was crazypants. [People]

  • Vice President Joe Biden's daughter, Ashley Blazer Biden, also got married Saturday night, but she did it in Delaware, where Drew Barrymore's wedding was really incorporated. [Reuters]
  • Because they're so in love, Kelsey Grammer and Kayte Grammer exchanged vows at the Little Church of the West in Vegas just 15 months after marrying in New York. In the process of reaffirming their vows, the couple discovered a new way to tow the Grammer kids along on embarrassing family road trips through all 50 states. [People]
  • Details about Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel's upcoming nuptials would have emerged if superspy Lance Bass wasn't such good secret-keeper. [ET Canada]
  • Nick Jonas is now dating Stephanie Leigh Schlund, a former The Price Is Right model. Any guess on what a potential Jonas wedding would cost (and none of that extra dollar bullshit)? [Radar]
  • Adorable old lady character actor Kathryn Joosten died Saturday in Los Angeles at 72. The former West Wing presidential secretary and nosy Desperate Housewives neighbor will be sorely missed by people who enjoy diverting ancillary television characters, i.e. everyone. [LA Times]
  • Richard Dawson, the former host of Family Feud, has died of esophageal cancer at 79. [TMZ]
  • Lil Wayne was feeling very unwanted at the Oklahoma City Arena during the NBA Western Conference Finals between the San Antonio Spurs and the Oklahoma City Thunder, so Thunder players Kevin Durant and James Harden personally reached out to the rapper, probably by baking him a giant weed cake frosted with expert chocolate calligraphy, "Someone in Oklahoma City loves you!" [NYDN]
  • YouPorn reps can't believe that the Brian McKnight YouPorn theme was removed from YouTube for being filthy, considering the fact that all the bikini models were removed from the video and people regularly post self-immolation and blackhead-popping videos on YouTube. [TMZ]
  • That's So Raven alum Orlando Brown was unceremoniously re-arrested for an outstanding warrant stemming from his 2011 DUI case. [TMZ]
  • According to her rep, Brooke Mueller's being back in rehab has nothing to do with fanciful rumors that she relapsed Rush-style with Charlie Sheen. [E!]
  • Bad news for Nicollette Sheridan and her continued relevance — and appeals court has indefinitely delayed a retrial in her protracted lawsuit against Desperate Housewives producer Touchstone Television. [THR]
  • Using a grotesquely photoshopped picture, TMZ reports that Nadya Suleman has booked a gig at a strip club in West Palm Beach, Florida, doing two shows a night from July 11-15. In other news, the world is a carousel and its sad calliope music never stops. [TMZ]
  • Some UCLA athletes have said that Diddy's son Justin Combs should keep his scholarship because he earned it by being exceptionally good at a sport that more conscientious fathers wouldn't let their sons play because, according to Malcolm Gladwell, it scrambles your brain. [TMZ]
  • Justin Bieber's Believe tour sold out an hour after tickets went on sale, so all you losers who didn't get Bieber tickets this summer will either be stuck at a 311 concert or listening to all those Bieber tour-vets talk about how awesome it was to trip on acid during a live performance of "Boyfriend." [MTV]
  • Oprah's book club has gone digital, which means that now Oprah doesn't even have to tell you what to read — she'll just program you to automatically know. [Oprah.com]