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Oasis frontman Noel Gallagher marries

It’s time to pop out the “Champagne Supernova.” Oasis crooner Noel Gallagher has married his long-time girlfriend Sara MacDonald. According to People, Gallagher, 44, said “I do” to MacDonald this past Saturday at the Lime Wood Hotel in New Forest, England. Watching the newlyweds share their first dance to The Ronettes’ “Be My Baby” was funnyman Russell Brand, who once hosted UK radio show TalkSPORT with Gallagher and reportedly served as best man.

On the regret list were Brand’s wife, Katy Perry, who was busy with an engagement on her California Dreams tour, and Gallagher’s embattled brother, Liam. The brothers famously brawled throughout Oasis’s rise to fame, and their escalating conflicts eventually undid the group. “I’ve not been invited to his wedding,” Liam told the Chicago Sun-Times last Friday before a gig with his new band, Beady Eye.

This is Gallagher’s second marriage. He and his new wife have two sons — 3-year-old Donovan and 8-month-old Sonny — in addition to Gallagher’s 11-year-old daughter, Anais, whom he had with first wife, Meg Matthews.

Sean Kingston happily on the mend after Jet Ski accident

R&B singer Sean Kingston is happy to be on the road to recovery after a life-threatening Jet Ski accident and a touch-and-go stay in the Miami’s Ryder Trauma Center.

Kingston (real name Kisean Anderson) tweeted this past Sunday, “Feeling alot better! GOD IS GREAT!” He posted a picture of himself making a peace sign and added for his fans, “Thanks for all the prayers and support! Love you ALL!”

The “Beautiful Girls” singer, 21, crashed the Jet Ski about 6 p.m. on Sunday, May 29, after he collided with Florida’s Palm Island Bridge. He sustained a broken jaw, fractured wrist, and other injuries from which doctors anticipated he would need six weeks to fully recover.

Miami native Kingston was joined on the watercraft by a female companion, who was also injured in the accident.

Amy Winehouse cancels two tour dates after disastrous performance in Belgrade

Amy Winehouse has canceled two tour dates in the wake of an ill-fated concert in Belgrade, according to CNN. During the performance, the singer staggered through several of her songs until loud boos from the audience finally forced her from the stage. (Video taken at the performance shows a disoriented Winehouse mumbling occasional lyrics and walking aimlessly around the stage.) Following the performance, the singer canceled planned concerts in Istanbul and Athens. Winehouse recently left a British rehab facility; this twelve-city tour, her first in years, was intended as a comeback for the troubled singer.

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Two nabbed in Joss Stone murder plot

Two men were arrested Tuesday for suspicion of conspiracy to rob and murder singer Joss Stone in England, the BBC has reported, after they were discovered near her home in Devon with swords, a map of the singer’s home, and a body bag.

“Police attended an address in Cullompton after alert residents notified officers about a suspicious-looking vehicle,” said the Devon and Cornwall police. “Officers attended the area at around 10 a.m. and subsequently arrested the occupants of a red Fiat Punto. Major crime detectives are continuing to investigate.” It remains unclear whether Stone was home at the time of the arrest of the two men, who remain unidentified but are aged 33 and 30.

“Joss is aware of the arrests and police are keeping her updated with developments,” a spokesperson for Stone said in a statement.

The Coasters' Carl Gardner dies

Carl Gardner, the lead singer of the Coasters, died Sunday after a long battle with congestive heart failure and vascular dementia in Florida, according to the Associated Press. He was 83. The Coasters had a string of hits in the late 1950s, including “Searchin’,” “Poison Ivy,” “Young Blood, ” and “Yakety Yak,” which hit No. 1 on the Billboard chart in 1958. A founding member of the Coasters in 1955, Garner retained the rights to the band’s name. While the band’s makeup changed over the years, he remained the group’s lead singer until 2005, when his son, Carl Jr., took his place.

Lily Allen gets married, reveals pregnancy

Lily Allen and decorator Sam Cooper reportedly tied the knot in Gloucestershire, England on Saturday. The 26-year-old singer-songwriter and 33-year-old Cooper also relayed news that she was pregnant at a wedding breakfast, according to the Daily Mail. The couple were engaged in December, and their wedding invitation was leaked to the British press in March.

Flo Rida nabbed for DUI

Rapper Flo Rida was arrested this morning in Miami Beach and charged with driving under the influence and driving with a suspended license, according to People. Police pulled over his 2008 Bugatti after he was observed driving erratically, and he failed an on-scene sobriety test.

Willie Nelson fined $500 for marijuana possession

Country singer-songwriter Willie Nelson pleaded no contest Wednesday in West Texas to a misdemeanor charge of drug paraphernalia, and will pay a $500 fine, plus $280 more in court costs, according to a Reuters report. Nelson was charged last November after six ounces of marijuana were reportedly found in his tour bus at a routine checkpoint, although court officials now say less than two ounces were discovered — the difference between a felony and a misdemeanor. County attorney C.R. Bramblett said the case would be dismissed in 30 days if Nelson remains out of trouble.

Sean Kingston's condition upgraded

Sean Kingston is on his way to recovery following a jet ski crash last week in Miami. The singer’s condition was upgraded to “serious” this morning, and he is now breathing on his own and walking, according to a statement from his publicist.

“Sean Kingston continues to be hospitalized at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami,” a statement from his rep Joseph Carozza said. “His condition has been upgraded to serious. Sean is breathing on his own and walked for the first time this morning. Sean thanks his friends, family and fans for their outpouring of prayers and well wishes.”

The “Beautiful Girls” singer suffered a broken jaw, fractured wrist, and other injuries after his watercraft crashed into a bridge last Sunday. A female passenger also sustained minor  injuries.

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Sean Kingston expected to recover: reports

Singer Sean Kingston, who was injured in a jet ski accident in Miami over the weekend, is expected to fully recover, according to reports.

Sources told CNN that the “Beautiful Girls” singer will take about six weeks to fully recover from his broken jaw, fractured wrist, and other injuries sustained when his watercraft crashed into a bridge Sunday. Kingston was last said to be in “critical but stable condition.”

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