CELEB ROUNDUP: Today Show Co-Host Savannah Guthrie Gets Engaged; Shenae Grimes Gets Married In a Black Vera Wang Wedding Dress

CELEB ROUNDUP: Today Show Co-Host Savannah Guthrie Gets Engaged; Shenae Grimes Gets Married In a Black Vera Wang Wedding Dress

Today show co-host Savannah Guthrie, flashing her new engagement ring.

Some fun bits of celeb wedding news from the weekend! We’ve got one engagement and one marriage.

Today show co-host Savannah Guthrie got engaged to political guy and boyfriend of four years Michael Feldman over the weekend, and then announced it on Monday morning’s show after her colleagues failed to notice her new bling (pictured to the right, as snapped by Al Roker). And, despite Mr. Roker’s jokes, she says they will not be getting married on TV.

And then, I remember back when Vera Wang did her entire Fall 2012 bridal collection in nude and black—she says she was inspired by lingerie—PW’s fab stylist, Lauren Kozaciewicz, and I were talking about how pretty we thought the dresses were, but wondered how many brides would actually wear one for their wedding dress. Well, today we have our answer: 90210‘s Shenae Grimes! The actress married her British model boyfriend over the weekend wearing a black tulle number from that very collection. The only other celeb to famously wear a black wedding dress that comes to mind is Sarah Jessica Parker—and she holds to this day that she regrets it. Hopefully Ms. Grimes doesn’t feel the same way in a few years.

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  • ICDogg

    So I’m counting 3 instances of trash talk coming from Pittsburgh players:

    Antonio Brown calling Boykin a candy bar;
    Steve McClendon saying the league has figured Vick out ( http://www.post-gazette.com/stories/sports/steelers/on-the-steelers-its-time-to-pick-on-vick-655928/ );
    Isaac Redman saying the Eagles D is not worried about the run
    ( https://twitter.com/CBSSteelers/statuses/253562374987079680?tw_i=253562374987079680&tw_e=details&tw_p=tweetembed ).

    I’m sensing a narrative here.

    • bentheimmigrant

      Losing record, big mouth?

    • Nancy

      My guess is they are trying to fire themselves up??? Why else would you make these comments when they obviously don’t have anything to back it up with? But I love how the Birds aren’t biting. Call it boring, but I can’t wait to see our D put them in their place on the field.

  • teltschikfakeout88

    Thought that Keith Jackson was the 1988 rookie of the year.

    • ICDogg

      Nope. That was John Stephens of the Pats.

      The OROY and DROY are awarded by the Associated Press. The UPI used to give out separate NFC and AFC ROY awards, and Jackson won the NFC ROY for that year.

      • teltschikfakeout88

        sure but why does that not still count as a ROY in something… the comment made was that we have never had a rookie of the year….didn’t state specifically offensive/defensive/NFC or AFC? Not nitpicking just saying

        • ICDogg

          I guess so, but the problem is that UPI, once considered a major news organization, is no longer relevant. Since 2000 it has been owned by the Moonies. And UPI stopped doing the awards some time in the 90s.

  • ICDogg

    I agree, by the way, that neither Cox nor Kendricks is at all likely to win DROY. Of the two, though, I think Cox would be the one who has the better shot. He would have to have a few really standout games where he got multiple sacks in order to accomplish this, and people would start comparing him with JPP.

  • GoBirds1

    I think you meant to say that is not a lot of tread left on the tires. GoBirds!

    • ICDogg

      or a lot of tread off the tires, I guess.

      Well, if we could tire the Giants D, we should be able to tire the Steelers D with a similar approach.

  • Vic in LA

    As far as the candy bar…I’ll bite. (shoot me) Let’s see how he plays vs the Steelers. If he drops a pick we go with Butterfingers. If he plays like a probowler then he’s Payday. If he plays like a god and is out of this world then he’s Mars. If Boykin, DRC and Nnamdi shut the Steelers down, then they are the Three Musketeers.