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Jennifer Aniston’s wedding plans on hold


Jennifer Aniston’s marriage plans are on indefinite hiatus. Assume what you will about the unlucky in love star, but it doesn’t seem as if she is having romantic problems with fiancé Justin Theroux. The holdup is more about timing, apparently.

The last thing Aniston wants is to get married when ex Brad Pitt does the same with Angelina Jolie. Those two plan to wed in France this summer, reports UsWeekly. The tabloids won’t be able to handle all the copy, either.

A source told the magazine that Jen tried to rush down the aisle upon hearing the news about the glamorous couple but Theroux “got weirded out.”

Now there is nada happening on the planning front. But if the relationship between the Wanderlust costars is strong there should be no problem, right? Right?!!!

It’s over

If Jen ever does clear her schedule, she should probably steer clear of celebrity wedding planner David Tutera. His personal life is a bit of a mess right now. The My Fair Wedding host has split from his partner of 10 years, Ryan Jurica. The problem is that the men were expecting twins via surrogate and they’ll likely have to fight over custody. Tutera wed Jurica in 2003 in Vermont, where same-sex marriage is legal. Their ceremony included a 1920s pavilion, horse-drawn carriages, a spa brunch and a candle-lit 17th-century church ceremony, according to Out.com.

Jurica is probably out of a job, being the VP of David Tutera Inc. event planning business and all.

No tears

Andy Dick can’t believe he made it as far as he did on Dancing with the Stars. The ex News Radio star and partner Sharna Burgess were shown the exit Tuesday night. But still, parting was emotional, and Dick did his best not to cry: “If it starts going it won’t stop, so I was fighting it!” he said.

Music man

He’s rock royalty and likes to keep it old-school: Keith Richards says he doesn’t own an iPod. The guitarist for The Rolling Stones — who kick off their “50 & Counting Tour” Friday in L.A. — isn’t a fan. “I still use CDs or records actually. Sometimes cassettes. It has much better sound; a much better sound than digital,” he told the AP. The 69-year-old believes we’re “being shortchanged” with the sound that comes out of an iPod.

All grown up

With Hannah Montana a distant memory, Miley Cyrus just loves to shock these days. The singer, 20, poses on the cover of NYC based fashion magazine V tugging on her underwear, which appear to men’s jockey shorts. Up top is a low cut white blazer, nothing underneath. In the issue, in which she promotes her upcoming hip-hop inspired album, Cyrus contends that she is still together with fiance Liam Hemsworth.

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