Breaking the hearts of "Transformers"-loving men everywhere, Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green tied the knot at the Four Seasons in Hawaii last weekend. During their first engagement, Green had said, "Originally we were talking elopement and now we might have a few people there."
â¢ Mandy Moore was on a mission ... a vintage shopping mission for husband Ryan Adams. The singer-actress popped into Tini on L.A.'s Faifax Avenue, where she browsed the wares in a blue blouse and flats. According to a source, Moore had such a good time shopping that she told a store employee she was going to come back in a week - this time with Adams in tow!
Friday night marks the biggest changing of the guard in late-night TV in 17 years, and the Pick of the Week: Jay Leno says his last good-night (to 11:35 p.m. ET, anyway) and gives the chair to Conan O'Brien.
• Mandy Moore, heading out for coffee with her
bleached-blond rocker beau Ryan Adams in Los Angeles. Moore cited
Adams as a sonic inspiration on her most recent album, Wild Hope,and has been seeing him on-and-off since March. A source close to Moore
tells us: "She's really into him but it takes her a long time to trust a
guy." (See more actors and
their indie-rock loves!)
What I'm looking forward to: Having played his last game for Real Madrid, David Beckham and his brood are finally jumping the pond. Beckham penned a deal with the L.A. Galaxy, pretty much solidifying him as the official poster child for Major League Soccer. His "Spicewife" Victoria is already fulfilling her role as a fashionista here in America, hitting up countless award shows, premieres and fashion galas, all while shooting her one-time show about her family's transition to Los Angeles. David is on the cover of this week's SI, while he and Victoria are featured in the August issue of W magazine. And they will no doubt be in every gossip mag in the coming weeks. America hasn't seen this big of a British invasion since the Beatles, but will the Beckham's and the newly reunited Spice Girls have the staying power of the Fab Four? We'll soon find out.
There are many things a satire should be -- fearless, scalding, revealing -- and one it should probably not be: too easy. "American Dreamz" is a political/media/showbiz parody so hungry to be topical that it looks, at first, like a case of deluded liberal Hollywood ''edge.''