Hefner marries model Crystal

Playboy magazine founder Hugh Hefner tied the knot with Crystal Harris at his mansion, a year after she broke off their first engagement just five days before the marriage. The model, who had dumped Hefner, 86, in 2011, opted for a small ceremony on New Year’s Eve at the Playboy Mansion. “Today is the day I become Mrs Hugh Hefner. Feeling very happy, lucky, and blessed,” Harris, who was Playboy’s Miss December 2009, tweeted earlier in the day. She has changed her name on Twitter to “Crystal Hefner.”
Hefner, who has two failed marriages behind him, was scheduled to marry Harris in June 2011 but she dumped him only five days before they were to be married.
“After much deep reflection and thought I have decided to end my engagement with Hef. I have the utmost respect for Hef and wish him the best going forward,” Harris had said in a statement at that time. Things later turned ugly for the couple as Harris started sharing ugly details about their sex life. Despite their war of words, the couple reunited earlier this year. “Yes, Hugh Hefner and I are back together. Yes I am his #1 girl again. Yes we are happy. Hope that clears up any confusion! XO,” Harris tweeted later.

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Britney Spears not starring in Hindi film
Los Angeles: Popstar Britney Spears says there is no truth to the claim by a Kerala-born filmmaker that she will sing and dance to the title track of an upcoming Hindi movie.
Contrary to the swirling report that she has signed up for Sadanandan Lucsam’s untitled debut Hindi production, a representative for the former Disney star denies she is involved in the project, reported Aceshowbiz.
The representative told Gossip Cop that there’s “no truth whatsoever” to Lucsam’s claims, adding that “they may have signed ‘a’ Britney Spears. But if they did, it’s a different Britney Spears and we wish them good luck with their production.”
The representative released the denial following an article in a leading Indian newspaper which said that Lucsam had tapped Spears for a song-and-dance number in his movie. — PTI

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