Orlando Bloom secretly weds Miranda Kerr
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Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr have secretly tied the knot, the reps for both the stars have confirmed.
In a statement released, Kerr, 31, announced that she has cancelled an appearance at the Australian department store David Jones to celebrate.
'David Jones very graciously released me during this period so we could celebrate an intimate ceremony and honeymoon together,' UsMagazine.com quoted her as saying.
'I'm very much a part of the David Jones Family and I am very committed to my role. I am enormously grateful to David Jones to have been given this time to enjoy such a special moment in my life,' she added.
Kerr and Bloom, 33 -- who been dating for nearly three years -- announced their engagement in June.
Image: Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom
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Tom Cruise encouraging Becks to become an actor
Tom Cruise is trying to convince his pal and football star David Beckham to break into films because he has "got the looks" to be a Hollywood star.
The Top Gun star has been close friends with the British midfielder and his wife Victoria since they met in 2003, Contactmusic reported.
And 47-year-old actor wants Beckham to swap sport for acting, because he feels the sports star will look great in front of the camera.
"I've been encouraging him to become an actor. He's got the looks, he's got everything. He'd be terrific," Cruise
Image: Tom Cruise and David Beckham
'No special treatment for LiLo in jail'
A spokesman for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has denied reports which claimed that Lindsay Lohan is being given special treatment in the jail.
Former inmate Debra Sickels, who was released not long after the star's incarceration, has revealed that Lohan's extra perks, including access to a private phone and a private guard at her disposal, had riled the other prisoners.
'She's getting special treatment. Some inmates were getting p**sy over it... The girls said they cleaned a special room for Lindsay. It had a regular hospital bed, a TV and a dresser for her new clothes and socks,' she told the New York Daily News.
But Los Angeles sheriff's department spokesman Steve Whitmore is adamant that Lohan is not being treated any differently.
'She's being treated like any other inmate in her classification. There's no special treatment at all,' the Daily Star quoted Whitmore as saying.
Image: Lindsay Lohan