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Renowned British actress Whitelaw dies aged 82

British actress Billie Whitelaw, famous for her intense collaboration with playwright Samuel Beckett who wrote several roles for her, died on Sunday aged 82, her son told the BBC.

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Elton John weds partner of 21 years as stars look on

A Wednesday Dec. 21, 2005 photo from files showing pop star Elton John, right, and his longtime partner David Furnish, embracing as they wave to members of the media and the public after they had a civil ceremony at the Guildhall in Windsor, England.  AP FILE PHOTO

British pop legend Elton John married David Furnish on Sunday, exactly nine years since their civil partnership, with stars including David and Victoria Beckham and actor Hugh Grant attending the ceremony.

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Chito Miranda marries Neri Naig twice over the weekend

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Neri Naig and Chito Miranda’s garden wedding had a picnic feel to it. Photo courtesy of Kathleen Dy-Go

After two years of being in a relationship, music artist Chito Miranda and actress Neri Naig have finally tied the knot—in two separate ceremonies, no less—over the weekend.

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Coco’s Christmas wish this year

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Joross Gamboa kisses the hand of his bride Katz Saga.

I have always been vocal about my admiration for Coco Martin. His rags-to-riches story is inspiring. Coco and Kris Aquino topbill Star Cinema’s Metro Manila Film Festival entry “Feng Shui 2” (opens Dec. 25). With Coco’s success, he needs no feng shui; he is clearly Lady Luck’s fave.

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Tom’s new bachelor pad

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THE ACTOR’s new place has a breathtaking view of the urban skyline.

Tom Rodriguez is raring to move to his new bachelor pad. It’s a product of his blood, sweat and tears. I remember when, accompanied by GMA 7 executives, I visited Tom on the set of “My Husband’s Lover,” I was pleasantly surprised when he told me that we had previously met—during an interview on TV 5’s defunct talk show, “Paparazzi.” That first meeting had slipped my mind. But this second up close and personal encounter with Tom is something I will not forget. He made me feel instantly at home.

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