Reality star Holly Madison had her real-life wedding in a fairytale place – Disneyland in Anaheim.
The star of “Holly’s World” married Pasquale Rotella at a private after-hours event Tuesday inside Disneyland, confirmed Suzi Brown, a Disneyland Resort spokeswoman.
Disney did not take any official photos because it was a private event.
“Their 6-month-old daughter Rainbow was the surprise guest of honor,” a Madison representative wrote. The baby got her middle name from Aurora, also known as Sleeping Beauty.
Online, some people posted short videos of the event, including a projection of Madison and Rotella on the “Fantasmic!” show water screens on Rivers of America at the park. The pair reportedly got married at the Blue Bayou Restaurant, and festivities continued afterward at the park.
On her own website, Madison posted a picture of herself and Rotella holding up a marriage certificate with a building, which looked like the Orange County Courthouse, in the background.
Madison previously was on “The Girls Next Door” reality show in which she was one of Hugh Hefner’s three girlfriends.
Eastwood’s wife files for legal separation
Clint Eastwood’s second wife has filed for legal separation from the actor and director.
Dina Eastwood’s petition filed Monday in Monterey County Superior Court seeks spousal support and physical custody of the couple’s 16-year-old daughter, Morgan.
The Monterey County Herald reports the petition also indicated the couple had a premarital agreement.
The Eastwoods have been married since 1996 and lived in Carmel. They met when she was assigned to interview him for her TV news station.
Clint Eastwood, 83, was married once before, to Maggie Johnson, from 1953 to 1984. Dina Eastwood is 48.
‘Bad’ spinoff to feature Saul Goodman
AMC is calling Saul Goodman for a spinoff of the network’s drama series “Breaking Bad.”
AMC and Sony Pictures Television on Wednesday confirmed the long-discussed spinoff, which will feature the popular supporting character from “Breaking Bad” in a one-hour prequel tentatively titled “Better Call Saul.”
Played by Bob Odenkirk, Goodman is the sleazy New Mexico lawyer whose clients include “Breaking Bad” antiheroes Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, who manufacture crystal meth.
AMC said the new series would focus on Goodman before he crossed paths with those drug czars. The network provided no further details.
The 50-year-old Odenkirk’s credits include “Saturday Night Live,” “The Larry Sanders Show” and, paired with David Cross, HBO’s “Mr. Show” sketch-comedy series.
“Breaking Bad” concludes its much-acclaimed five-season run Sept. 29.
Prince Harry calls being an uncle fantastic
Britain’s Prince Harry says he loves being an uncle, telling children at an awards ceremony in London that he’d just witnessed the baby who may one day be king crack a smile.
Harry, who was pushed back to fourth in line to the British throne following the birth of his brother’s son, Prince George, said Wednesday that he’d just visited the 1 1/2-month-old royal, who was taking a bath.
Harry told 9-year-old Nikki Christou that it was the “first time I’ve seen him smile.” The prince seems to have warmed to his new family role, telling Mary Kirk, the mother of another child, that being an uncle was fantastic.
The ceremony was hosted by the WellChild charity, which is dedicated to the needs of sick children and their families.
Knight arrested after traffic stop
Former hip-hop mogul Marion “Suge” Knight has been arrested on an outstanding warrant after being pulled over for a traffic violation in Los Angeles.
Police Officer Sara Faden says the founder of Death Row Records was stopped shortly after midnight Wednesday near Beverly Hills. She declined to say what the alleged traffic violation was.
Officers determined Knight was wanted on a misdemeanor warrant and police took him into custody. Records show he was booked into county jail and released several hours later on $20,000 bail.
A warrant was issued for Knight’s arrest in February after he skipped a court appearance for driving without a license.
Death Row Records helped make stars of rappers such as Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg and Tupac Shakur.
Knight filed for bankruptcy in 2006.