Matthew Morrison Ties the Knot with Renee Puente


Treating themselves to a fabulous destination wedding, Matthew Morrison married Renee Puente on Saturday (October 18) in Maui, Hawaii.

Though the “Glee” hunk and his lovely lady had originally planned on saying “I Do” in 2015, they decided to bump up the nuptials and now they’re husband and wife.

Matthew and Renee welcomed 50 guests to the private estate where they were entertained by pianist Chad Whidden and singer Kiley Dean.

And of course Ms. Puente was gorgeous in a custom-made Gustavo gown and Emmy London heels while Mr. Morrison got all gussied up in a Brooks Brothers tuxedo.

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Bradley Cooper Plays Egg Russian Roulette With Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show: Watch!

By Us Magazine Team

Longest game ever! Bradley Cooper and Jimmy Fallon played an intense (yet hilarious!) game of Egg Russian Roulette during The Tonight Show on Friday, Oct. 17.

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Cooper, 39, and the late-night host, 40, faced off in the competition while wearing matching visors and fake hair. They stayed clean in their outfits for several rounds, until one of them finally cracked an unboiled egg on their forehead.

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In one particular repeat-worthy moment, the American Sniper actor spoke too soon before becoming a sloppy mess. “I’m clean as a whistle!” Cooper teased. “All you got is s–t all over your face!”

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The game came down to the wire, as the two men nervously waited to see who would take home the win. “This is the closest game we’ve ever had,” Fallon said.

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So, who came out victorious? Watch the funny video now to see!

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Joe Bonamassa: The Grammy-nominated blues guitarist on anger, Anglophilia, and his 300 axes

I’m not a rock star and I don’t have hits After 25 years in the music business, I don’t want to be defined by some three-minute song written by committee, tossed out and [endorsed] by music taste-makers who are failed musicians. I don’t live and breathe what those numpties say – the kids can fight over the hit tunes; I’m just a blues guy.

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