Entertainment Briefs from the Canadian Press

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Entertainment Briefs from the Canadian Press


Canadian Press Entertainment briefs

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Wednesday, June 20

Wynonna Judd marries drummer Cactus Moser

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Country singer Wynonna Judd has tied the knot.

Her publicist, Todd Brodginski, confirms that she married drummer Cactus Moser in a private family ceremony on Sunday. The wedding took place in Leipers Fork, Tenn.

This is the third marriage for 48-year-old Judd. The couple had been dating since 2009. Judd divorced her second husband, D.R. Roach in 2007 after four years together. She has two children with her first husband, Arch Kelly III.

US Weekly first reported the news.

The Grammy-winning singer first gained fame as part of the duo The Judds with her mother Naomi, before going solo. She has sold more than 10 million solo albums with hits including "No One Else on Earth" and "I Saw the Light."

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Hugh Jackman to host free short film fest in NYC

NEW YORK -- Hugh Jackman is sharing his plans for the upcoming weekend. He's hosting New York City's first installment of Tropfest, billed as the world's largest short film festival. It's taking place at Bryant Park, is free and open to the public.

Tropfest is the brainchild of director John Polson. It started 20 years ago in Australia and is now an annual event that draws more than 150,000 people. It's since expanded to India, China, Paris and Las Vegas. …

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