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Kelly Rowland gets lost at sea

 

Singer Kelly Rowland was among the passengers on a private boat escorted back to Cape Cod after the captain became disoriented, the Coast Guard says.

The boat’s captain was following a commercial whale-watching vessel on Friday when it lost sight of the boat and became disoriented north of Provincetown, Coast Guard Lt. Ruairi White told the Cape Cod Times.

The Coast Guard directed a commercial towboat operator to escort the private boat back to Provincetown.

TINA CELEBRATES WEDDING

Tina Turner is celebrating her wedding to Erwin Bach with a party at her Swiss estate near Zurich.

Swiss media are reporting that pop stars David Bowie, Sade and talk show impresario Oprah Winfrey are among the more than 120 guests invited to Sunday’s Buddhist-inspired event.

Zurich police spokeswoman Esther Surber says authorities are temporarily barring boats on Lake Zurich from nearing Turner’s Chateau Algonquin estate in the Kuesnacht municipality to prevent onlookers from causing accidents on the waterway.

About a month ago, the 73-year-old pop star tied the knot with Bach, a 57-year-old German music executive, at the town hall in the wealthy community.

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