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OK! Get Picture Rights To Longoria-Parker Nuptials

From The New York Post’s Page Six By Paula Froelich June 25, 2007 -- JUST as David beat Goliath, upstart OK! has given People a knuckle sandwich in the ongoing weekly-celebrity-magazine wars. Sources said People "laid the groundwork" for landing exclusive photos of Eva Longoria and Tony Parker's July 7 wedding - but Page Six has learned that OK! won the frenzied bidding. Sources close to the negotiations said OK! paid more than $2 million. It was a surprising - and costly - end to the battle for the privilege to snap the nuptials, which the "Desperate Housewives" hottie and her San Antonio Spur fiancé plan to hold in a romantic castle in Paris. Tango’s Take

Zach Braff Claims Not To Be A Dink, Despite Rumors To The Contrary

From People By Emily Fromm "I'm not sure when or why the tabloid angle on me was decided that I am a cad," the Scrubs star writes on his MySpace blog. "I would have much rather it had been that I am secretly a dentist or that I love soup." He continues: "I am in fact, merely doing what every other single 32 year old man in NYC is doing this summer. I am dating. If you must read that stuff, please don't digest it as fact." That "stuff" could include reports that he was spotted "all over yet another hot young blonde" (the New York Post) and has been "deploying pickup lines such as 'You have a nice bottom' and 'You have a hot bod' " (Radar online). Tango’s Take

John And Elizabeth Edwards Still On The Same Page Despite Split On Gay Marriage

From The Advocate There's a split in John Edwards' household over same-sex marriage, but he says his difference of opinion with wife Elizabeth hasn't created any awkward moments. ''It's not the only thing we disagree about,'' the Democratic presidential candidate quipped Monday on ''The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.'' ''She actually says what she thinks,'' Edwards said. Elizabeth Edwards kicked off San Francisco's annual gay pride parade Sunday by declaring her support for legalizing same-sex marriage. ''I don't know why someone else's marriage has anything to do with me,'' she said. The former North Carolina senator, sitting with his wife on Leno's couch, said he was unaware of her position on same-sex marriage and was surprised to learn about it while reading the newspaper. Tango’s Take

Prince William And Kate Middleton Reunite

The gossip rags are reporting that Kate Middleton and Prince William are back together. As evidence, they mention a party of his that she attended and that she was invited a memorial for Princess Diana. Are they ‘just friends’? Is he feeling long in the tooth because he just went through his quarter life crisis? We’re not sure, but we have a feeling this was preordained. Reunited, double LP, we're all excited Struck a match to the underground, industry ignited

Lack Of Retirement Planning Sneaks Up On Some Couples

  His retirement plan included sleeping until 7 AM everyday. Her plan included hallucinogens.   From Money Magazine By Walter Updegrave (Money Magazine) -- When it comes to retirement planning, a couple should work together like an experienced doubles tennis team, each partner attuned to the other's moves and both striving toward a common goal. That's the theory, but earlier this year a Fidelity Investments survey of 502 couples ages 43 to 70 found that husbands and wives often act as if they're playing singles games. How far apart were they? Well, 35% were off by more than two years when asked when their spouse would retire. Failing to plan together can leave one of you financially clueless. Anthony Ogorek, a Williamsville, N.Y. financial planner, recently met with a 72-year-old woman who had invested her IRA in high-fee annuities after her husband's death.

According to CDC: 96% Of People Over 20 Have Had Sex

From NewsMax.com It's a question that often prompts a boastful answer or a bashful one: How many sex partners have you had? Now the federal government says it has authoritative statistics, documenting that men are far more likely to play the field than women. Also, about 96 percent of U.S. adults have had sex by the age of 20. A new nationwide survey, using high-tech methods to solicit candid answers on sexual activity and illegal drug use, finds that 29 percent of American men report having 15 or more female sexual partners in a lifetime, while only 9 percent of women report having sex with 15 or more men. The median number of lifetime female sexual partners for men was seven; the median number of male partners for women was four. Tango’s Take