Gabrielle Union shares weddings pics ahead of first anniversary with Dwyane Wade

Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union’s first wedding anniversary is fast approaching on Sunday, and we hear the Miami Heat star is planning something special for his beloved to commemorate the momentous occasion.

“It’s a surprise vacation, and I won’t find out until I get to the airport,” the Being Mary Jane star told Us Weekly during a Samsung event in Los Angeles last week.

What a difference a year makes. Not really. The two seem as much in love as ever.

“It went so fast,” Wade added.

You can check out never before seen pics of the blushing bride during the nuptials — held at Chateau Artisan in the Redland — on the actress’ Instagram account. The dress, designed by Dennis Basso for Kleinfeld Bridal, definitely deserves a second look.


Attendees of the season three viewing party of Bravo’s Below Deck at Shooters in Fort Lauderdale Tuesday night were surprised at how approachable and down to earth the cast members of the yacht-centered reality show were.

Turns out steward Amy Johnson, who is apparently “cuter in person,” is a touchy feeling type, even hugging one guest and complimenting her on her pale pink nail polish.

Our spy noted that Captain Lee Rosbach was “very humble.” When asked if he ever expected to be a TV star, the Fort Lauderdale resident blanched. “I’m not a star. They didn’t even feature my picture in the first season!”

Proceeds went to the Marine Industry Cares Foundation and 600 Million Dogs.Org.


Weston, Florida, was a great starting point but eventually proved too small town for pop star on the rise Jake Miller. The First Flight Home singer reported on Facebook that he’s moving to Los Angeles. “Today marks the beginning of a new chapter for me,” he wrote on Tuesday, adding there were “a million different emotions running through my body.”

The 22-year-old, who is about to embark on a European tour, also gave a shout-out to his hometown: “No matter what I do, who I meet, or how long I stay out here, I’ll never forget my roots and where my true home is. And the second I start to lose sight of that, I’m comin’ home.”