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Celebrity Recap - April 2003

Lord of the Rings actress Liv Tyler got hitched!
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Birthdays

  • April 3rd - Amanda Bynes turned 17.
  • April 4th - Heath Ledger hit 24.
  • April 7th - Russell Crowe hit 39 and got married!
  • April 10th - Haley Joel Osment turned 15 & Mandy Moore hit 19.
  • April 14th - Sarah Michelle Gellar turned 26.
  • April 15th - Emma Watson hit 13.
  • April 17th - Jennifer Garner hit 31.
  • April 30th - Kirsten Dunst hit 21.

    Hitched

    Arwen is married - and to a Spacehog, not Aragorn! No, it's not a weird new LOTR movie. Liv Tyler, who plays the elf, Arwen in The Lord of the Rings movies, married the ex-singer from the Brit band Spacehog. Liv Tyler and Royston Langston were married, first in Barbados in March, and then again this month in New York, for friends and family to celebrate.

    Baby News

    Legally Blonde star, Reese Witherspoon, and her hottie hubby Ryan Phillippe, are expecting another baby! The cute twosome already have a three year-old daughter named Ava.

    Health Issues

    Ozzy announced this month that everybody's fave loud-mouthed mom, Sharon Osbourne, is cancer-free. Kelly, Jack and the rest of the Osbourne's are all thrilled. Unfortunately, shortly after announcing her cancer was gone, Sharon was punched in the face by a Hollywood agent named Renee Tab. Sharon Osbourne suffered bruises to her face. If that isn't enough Osbourne trauma for one month - Jack Osbourne has also entered rehab.

  • Click here for news on Ashton Kutcher's break-up, Aaron Carter's new girlfriend and a rumored engagement!

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