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Report: Plane passenger vomits on Ryan Reynolds

 Lively, Reynolds
Lively, Reynolds
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Earned his wings

Mile-high gross-out! A passenger seated in front of Ryan Reynolds on a Delta flight Oct. 13 from NYC apparently drank too much and vomited against the window, splashing the star, reports RadarOnline. The 36-year-old Canadian and his 26-year-old Gossip Girl star wife Blake Lively were traveling to New Orleans, where Reynolds is shooting.

A married woman

Kelly Clarkson and Brandon Blackstock are making beautiful music together. Permanently. The pop singer tweeted a photo Monday in her wedding gown with the music manager: “I’m officially Mrs. Blackstock.” Clarkson says she tied the knot Sunday at scenic Blackberry Farms in Walland, Tenn., outside Knoxville.

Facing the music

Good news (sort of ) for CeeLo Green. The musician will not be charged with sexually assaulting a woman he was dating after allegedly spiking her drink with ecstasy, according to TMZ. The site reports the charges were expected to be dropped by the Los Angeles County District Attorney on Monday due to insufficient evidence. The bad news: The Voice judge, 39, is expected to be booked for possession of an illegal substance.

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