Star Scoop: Meet Mrs. Dwyane Wade, Kim K. is So Awesome, FBI Probes JLaw Leak

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Bring on the bride! Gabrielle Unionwalked down the aisle and wed her basketball beau, Dwyane Wade in a black-and-white affair over the weekend. Clad in a bespoke Dennis Basso gown, the bride said her I Do’s in front of a star-studded congregation, including comedian Kevin Hart, fellow Miami Heat player Chris Bosh, and former Wade teammate Lebron James. The couple share their Labor Day anniversary with Ashlee Simpson and Diana Ross’ son Evan Ross; and Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg. [ABC News]

Speaking of weddings, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s European nuptials are still making headlines. We caught a glimpse of the couple’s ceremony during the season finale of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, and dare we say it was oh, so sweet?! Especially West’s “Awesome” ode to his then bride-to-be. [Vulture]

Apple hackers, Apple hackers, what’cha gonna do? The FBI is coming for you. The federal strong-arm is investigating the leak of compromising celebrity photos that appeared across the web over the weekend. Among the A-list targets are Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton, whose reps say they will prosecute the distribution of any images to the furthest extent of the law. RihannaKirsten Dunst, and Avril Lavigne were also victims in the hack; if the outcome of this case is anything like that of Christopher Chaney in 2012, the culprit could face up to 10 years behind bars. [CNN]

After weeks atop the box office, this comes as no surprise: Guardians of the Galaxyis now the highest-grossing film of 2014. It’s made $262.1 million domestically since its August 1 debut, surpassing the half-billion dollar mark in international ticket sales. [Entertainment Weekly]

We know it’s a little early for a throwback, but this rare footage of a “I Kissed a Girl” Katy Perry, when she was still Katy Hudson, is worthy of a play. [Huffington Post]

Speaking of Perry, her ex-husband Russell Brand has a new documentary in the works, based on footage captured over the past five years. [Variety]