Magazine article Newsweek

Newsmakers

Magazine article Newsweek

Newsmakers

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Wedding Planner

J. Lo got married. Next album: "J. Ju." Jennifer Lopez and Cris Judd, her backup-dancer beau, walked down the aisle Sept. 29 at a private home in Calabasas, Calif. The bride wore an off-white, shocking (well, shockingly demure) Valentino gown. The groom was just glad that he didn't have to stand three steps behind her for once. To ensure secrecy and security, the 170 guests--who received invitations just one day in advance--were forced to surrender all cameras, cell phones and pagers before being escorted to the estate about 40 miles outside Los Angeles. The service, presided over by Lopez's lawyer, came only seven months after Jennifer sent P. Diddy packing. (Not that he's ever packing, of course. Just ask the New York jury.) Still, it was the perfect time for the perennially private couple to tie the knot, while members of the media are too busy with terrorism to scavenge for details--like the Moroccan-style reception tent festooned with gardenias, Wolfgang Puck's butternut-squash soup or the honeymoon at Donatella Versace's estate in Como, Italy. Yep, we're still watching. Bet Puffy is, too. Telly Terror TV's time limit on self-restraint? About two and a half weeks. After networks worked frantically to erase terrorist references from their shows, the industry is now tackling terrorism head-on in dramas like "The West Wing," "The Agency" and "Third Watch." First into the fray was NBC's "West Wing," whose special (they like to say "very special") episode drew 25. …

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