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Teri Hatcher Stole the Show at Longoria's Nuptials

By The Associated Press and Internet reports Teri Hatcher and her daughter Emerson arrive for the wedding of Eva Longoria and Tony Parker in Paris. "Desperate Housewives" cast loyalties became clear at Eva Longoria's over-the-top French wedding to NBA star Tony Parker, the New York Daily news reports. And the subject of the sniping was Teri Hatcher. Some didn't like that Hatcher commissioned an outfit from Badgley Mischka that was very similar to the bridesmaids' dresses, by the same designers. And she was called a "diva" for using the church, St. Germain l'Auxerroix, as a photo op. "A private walkway was set up so that as the celebrities exited the bus from the hotel, they could sneak through the fans and paparazzi," says one guest. "Felicity [Huffman] and Nicollette [Sheridan] walked into the church hand in hand, but Teri took her daughter and walked around into the public area to pose for photos and wave to fans for 10 minutes." Tango’s Take

New Book ‘Uncommon Arrangements’ Details The Lives Of Literary Giants Who Had Unusual Relationship Circumstances

From Salon.com By Rebecca Traister With raves for her book dissecting modernist marriages and a hot new journalism job at NYU, has feminism's enfant terrible finally grown up? Jul. 09, 2007 | In her new book "Uncommon Arrangements," about the marriages of seven couples on the London literary circuit in the early 20th century, Katie Roiphe describes pacifist journalist Vera Brittain as a woman who "radiated an ambition that made itself felt as nervous charisma." It was fitting, then, that as Roiphe sat at a Brooklyn cafe on an early summer afternoon, she picked unconsciously at her nails, chewed on a straw until it was ragged, and radiated a frank likability.

Ex-Astronaut: I Wanted to Clear Up Love Triangle

One small step for man, one giant leap off the deep end. From Associated Press ORLANDO, Florida (AP) -- Former astronaut Lisa Nowak told a detective she came to Orlando to meet her rival for the affections of a fellow astronaut because she wanted to know where she stood in the bizarre love triangle, according to a police interview made public Monday.

Study: Many Men On ED Medication Still Not That Thrilled

I'm not a piece of meat, Victoria. I have feelings. From News.com.au By Tamara McLean ERECTION drugs might improve performance in bed but they do little to boost a man's self esteem or improve their relationship, research shows. A survey of 650 Australian men has found that those with erectile problems have poorer esteem, a weaker sense of masculinity and lower personal satisfaction than others. And those on Viagra and other drug treatments were no better off than those who were unmedicated, said lead researcher and psychologist Hayley Matic. "This just goes to show that medications are not a magic pill to improve the sex lives of men," Dr Matic said. The findings, to be published in the International Journal of Impotence Research, contradicts some drug studies which show medication can improve general wellbeing. Tango’s Take

Potential Presidential Candidate Fred Thompson Has A Hot Wife. Does It Really Matter?

From The New York Times By Susan Saulny AS the election of 2008 approaches with its cast of contenders who bring unprecedented diversity to the quest for the White House, the voting public has been called on to ponder several questions: Is America ready for a woman to be president? What about a black man? A Mormon? Now, with the possible candidacy of Fred D. Thompson, the grandfatherly actor and former Republican senator from Tennessee, whose second wife is almost a quarter-century his junior, comes a less palatable inquiry that is spurring debate in Internet chat rooms, on cable television and on talk radio: Is America ready for a president with a trophy wife?