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One day I will run a trashy tabloid. Until then, this will have to suffice.

Thursday, June 30, 2005

Engagement, marriage

Blah, blah, blah It seems the singer Pink was around town last week, supporting her motocross boyfriend, Carey Hart at this year's races. Pink was spotted at Mammoth Sporting Goods, buying trail running shoes, and at Lakanuki where she did an impromptu performance at the Pro Blues Jam on Wednesday night with Hurricane Hoover and Rocky Scholl. Then, during the Pro 250 class finals on Sunday, June 26, during Hart's third lap in the race, "Pink" wrote on a pit board, "Will You Marry Me?" (Right in front of the grand stands before the tree turn for everyone to see). Hart continued another lap when "Pink" decided to write, "I'm serious!" Hart pulled off the track, let his competitors pass him, and picked up his long-time girlfriend and future wife. You go girl, and again...another Mammoth Motocross Proposal and "Hollywood" memory! [Mammoth Times] American Idol's Bo Bice Marries Thursday Jun 30, 2005 2:00pm EST By Nancy Wilstach Bo Bice American Idol runner-up Bo Bice and his girlfriend, Caroline Fisher, have gotten married in their home state of Alabama, PEOPLE has confirmed. The couple, who have been together for almost two years, exchanged vows on June 15. Bice and Fisher's marriage certificate was granted Thursday in Shelby County, Ala. "It was a small, intimate wedding," Bice's publicist, Roger Widynowski, tells PEOPLE. Fisher, 24, met Bice, 29, before he stole the spotlight on FOX's talent hunt – when he worked as a guitar store clerk and frequented the Ragtime Cafe in Hoover, Ala., where she waited tables. Bice finished in second place on this season's Idol, behind Oklahoma native Carrie Underwood. But being a runner-up hasn't hurt Bice's career: He signed a record deal with RCA less than 24 hours after the Idol finale and his single of the show's original song "Inside Your Heaven," has topped the charts. Bice, known for his down-to-earth-rocker style, tattooed a bird on his wrist to commemorate his finale performance with longtime idols Lynyrd Skynyrd, whose "Freebird" he sang earlier in the season. "It was such an incredible experience," he says. [AOL]


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