Celebrity Big Brother star Neil Razor Ruddock weds with Rylan Clark as ringbearer! Tweet September 30th, 2013 by Lynn Connolly. Fans of Celebrity Big Brother will know that former X Factor finalist and current Big Brothers Bit on the Side co-host Rylan Clark struck up what was arguably an unlikely friendship with former footballer Neil Razor Ruddock during their time on the show earlier this year And evidently, their bromance continued to flourish after the show ended as its been reported today that when Razor wed his long-term love Leah Newman over the weekend, Rylan played the role of ringbearer. The Daily Mirror reports that Razor and Leah wed in a Kent country house with their daughters Pebbles and Kizzy playing major roles in the couples big day. And while speaking to Hello magazine about why he and Leah hadnt married before now, Razor who formerly starred on Im A CelebrityGet Me Out Of Here remarked, People used to ask, Why is it taking you so long to make Leah your wife? We had our reasons. We wanted our little girls to be old enough to enjoy our special day And they did, they had a ball. He added, For us, it was the right time and the perfect day. You cant ask for more than that. Everyone was coming up saying it was the best wedding theyd ever been to. And obviously wed have to agree. Other celebrity guests at the wedding included comedian Bobby Davro, former EastEnders star Gillian Taylforth and Heartbeat actress Tricia Penrose . Both Gillian and Tricia of course also starred in CBB alongside Razor and Rylan. Neil added, We waited a long time for this day, so it was important to me that we took our vows seriously and really took in what we were saying to each other. Leah looked so beautiful, I couldnt take my eyes off her. For those few minutes, it was just me and her. Aww bless him!
Fallen celebrity lawyer busted for choking girlfriend: Prosecutors
Related Stories Kansas teenager, 14, murdered mom and sister by setting fire to family home: cops Fallen celebrity lawyer Dominic Barbara was arrested late Sunday night for choking his girlfriend, authorities said. Barbara, whose clients have included the likes of “Long Island Lolita” lover Joey Buttafuoco, was charged with criminal obstruction of breathing for the attack, which authorities said happened on Aug 23. According to a criminal complaint filed by the Nassau County District Attorney’s office, Barbara, 57, got into an argument with the woman at his Williston Park home before it became physical. Barbara “put his hands around the victim’s neck and applied pressure, causing the victim’s breathing to become completely obstructed and the victim to be in fear for her life,” the complaint said. It’s unclear why the unidentified victim waited so long to file a complaint. RELATED: FALLEN CELEBRITY LAWYER DOMINIC BARBARA FACES STALKING, BLACKMAIL CHARGES Barbara represented himself at his arraignment on Monday morning, and pleaded not guilty. He was released without bail, and ordered to return back to court on Oct. 7. He faces up to a year in jail if convicted in the choking case but he has other legal problems on the horizon as well. Barbara, who in his heyday drove a Bentley, wore $1,000 suits and was a regular on Howard Stern’s radio show, is currently awaiting trial on charges he tried to blackmail his wife for $200,000. Prosecutors said he’d vowed to release pictures and videos of her with other men unless she paid up.
Stop the Celebrity Twitter Feuds and Speak Directly
It makes you an art teacher.” Though he did not specifically name Lady Gaga, his tweet was widely viewed as a slam against the pop diva’s new “Applause” video which references famous artistic works. Ms. Gaga responded: “Uh oh guys the art police is here.” It’s not just fellow celebrities who can be caught in a star’s Twitter cross hairs. In 2011, Alec Baldwin famously railed against a flight attendant who asked him to turn off his mobile device while he was playing Words with Friends. This March, Charlie Sheen (who is no stranger to Twitter controversy) was upset when his young daughter was bullied at school (including because he was fired from sitcom Two and a Half Men.) He asked his nine million Twitter followers to fight back by delivering “a rotted egg,” “a roll of toilet paper,” or “some dog sh*t” to the bullies. Certainly, some of these Twitter “feuds” are heightened by media attention and the public’s rabid appetite for celeb gossip — which can blow a seemingly innocent 140-character message out of proportion. I’m also a proponent of free expression; celebrities should certainly use the power of digital technology to express themselves and respond to attacks if they choose. But public figures need to remember that what they say — whether in traditional or digital media — carries extra interest. If stars have negative feelings about another celebrity, a flight attendant who orders them to turn off a mobile device, or grade-schoolers who bully their daughter, they are entitled to those personal opinions. But before celebs vent on Twitter, they should consider the valor of remaining silent — because the best course of action can often be to not speak at all. And if the desire to speak nevertheless wins out, I wish stars would consider saying something directly to the target of their frustration rather than indirectly through social media. Social networking should be a tool we use to broaden discussion, rather than a crutch we invoke to avoid speaking directly to each other. Sure, after Amanda Bynes tweeted that Rihanna “look so ugly tryin to be white,” it’s probably too optimistic to think the two ladies will have tea to sort through their differences. And some feuding celebrities may have never even met and could have no desire to resolve their Twitter debates. That’s certainly their prerogative.