Jesse Tyler Ferguson married Justin Mikita on Saturday (21st July). The ceremony took place in New York and was attended by Ferguson's 'Modern Family' co-stars and his fellow 'So You Think You Can Dance' judges.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson married Justin Mikita in New York yesterday (Saturday 21st July). The couple announced their engagement in September last year whilst on holiday in Mexico. The couple have been together for three years.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita at the 67th Tony Awards, held at Radio City Music Hall, New York.
Ferguson plays Mitchell Pritchett on ABC's Modern Family. His character is a lawyer on the show and his new husband is really a lawyer! The couple reside in California but had to marry in New York because, as Ferguson said on The View last month, "that's where it's legal".
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Lady Gaga broke down in tears as she watched contestants perform on 'So You Think You Can Dance' because their routine reminded her of her youth.
Lady GaGa broke down in tears as she watched contestants perform on 'So You Think You Can Dance'.
The 'Edge of Glory' singer was guest judge on the hit US TV talent show and was overcome with emotion when hopefuls Marko and Allison showed off their routine to Jeff Buckley's 'I Know It's Over', because it reminded her of her youth.
An emotional Gaga, 25, told the contestants: "I'm just so proud of you. You really love to dance. There were so many things I did wrong when I was younger and so many things I wish I could take back. I felt every moment of that in your dance tonight. You are absolutely incredible. Whether you are number one, three or ten, you have it."
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Lady Gaga is to guest judge 'So You Think You Can Dance' alongside permanent panelists Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy.
Lady GaGa is to guest judge 'So You Think You Can Dance'.
Show boss Nigel - also at the helm of 'American Idol' said: "Lady Gaga will give great advice on how to handle yourself, how to be creative with what you do, and how to be a fabulous performer.
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The New York Times has polled the leading cable TV providers in the U.S. about their intent to carry al-Jazeera English in light of its much-praised coverage of the Egyptian protests. Most indicated that they had no plans to do so, but Charter Cable said, "We haven't had any contact with them in the past week. Over the years we've talked to them on occasion, but not on a regular basis." And Time Warner Cable said, "We remain willing to talk with them, or any other programming provider, for carriage of their network." Meanwhile, Roku, The Company that distributes the cheap players for Netflix's streaming service and now also has deals with Amazon's video-on-demand service, Hulu Plus, and MLB.TV, among others, announced Tuesday that it is now offering al-Jazeera English via its dedicated Newscaster Channel. In today's (Wednesday) Los Angeles Times , TV columnist Mary Murphy wrote that public discussions about the coverage go "beyond the question of whether Al Jazeera English will finally become part of a premium cable package. Never before has civil unrest on this scale been chronicled in real time with such intimate and multi-platform ambition.
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LATEST: Fans of tragic actor Robert Pastorelli fear he died of a massive drug overdose, after an empty syringe was found next to his body.
The beloved MURPHY BROWN star was found dead at his Hollywood home earlier this month (MAR04).
The actor's family insist Pastorelli died from a heart attack - but medics suspect he may have been killed by the drug he shot into his arm with a needle they found lying next to him.
Continue reading: Syringe Links Pastorelli To Drug Death