Star Scoop: Rihanna’s a Monster, Fifty Shades Needs a Fix, Pharrell Weds in Plaid

By  October 14, 2013

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Rihanna loves the way Eminem lies more than we thought. The pair are headed to the top of the charts again with “The Monster,” a song slated to appear on Em’s upcoming disc The Marshall Mathers LP 2[Eminem]

Charlie Hunnam‘s future isn’t looking so grey after all. The English star has dropped out of the title role in Fifty Shades of Grey opposite Dakota Johnson due to scheduling conflicts. Where’s Ryan Gosling when you need him? [CNN]

Pharrell Williams is officially off the market. The multihyphenate wed longtime girlfriend Helen Lasichanh this weekend in Miami with celebrities like Jay ZUsherJustin Timberlake, and Robin Thicke reportedly in attendance. Terry Richardson was on hand to snap portraits of the pair—in plaid, no less—as they exchanged vows. [E! Online]

Speaking of celebrity weddings, Denise Vasi is a single lady no more. The VH1 star tied the knot this past Saturday with director Anthony Mandler. The accomplished filmmaker has famously directed videos for the likes of BeyoncéRihanna, and Jennifer Hudson, who sang at their ceremony. [Daily Mail] 

Lauren Conrad will soon be following in their blissful footsteps. She and beau William Tell are engaged! [CNN]

Rom-com riot Meg Ryan is returning to primetime TV. The actress-producer will star in a half-hour sitcom on NBC as a former editor who re-enters the workforce at the publishing house where she first rose in rank. [Entertainment Weekly]

ICYMI, the Mean Girls musical is totally happening… with a song entitled “Fetch” to boot. [Vulture]

Johnny Depp and Kate Moss are getting back together for the sake of Sir Paul McCartney. The pair are set to appear in the music video for McCartney’s New single “Queenie Eye,” along with Meryl Streep and Gary Barlow. [Vogue UK]

Gravity has pulled China in. The Alfonso Cuaron box office hit has been approved by the country’s Film Bureau to open there this November; with China being the world’s second-largest film market, that means more bucks for the Clooney-Bullock feature. [The Hollywood Reporter]