UPDATED: "The Bachelorette" Trista Rehn, 30, tells PEOPLE that she and fiance Ryan Sutter, 28, have not made any real decisions on the wedding despite recently published reports of purported details. She said they do not even know what city it's going to be in and that she hasn't even officially asked people to be in her wedding party. She did say that ABC approached her about doing a honeymoon episode, but she said no way, "That's private."
QUOTED: "I sort of recommend that he thinks about it for the next six years because he would have a tough time winning before that" -- New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, 61, whose term is set to expire in six years, responding to rumors that former President Bill Clinton, 56, is thinking of running for Bloomberg's job.
WED: Ex-"Dawson's Creek" actor Kerr Smith, 31, and actress Harmoni Everett, 28, exchanged vows on the grounds of La Quinta Resort in Palm Springs on June 7, reports PEOPLE. Smith fought tears as Everett walked down the aisle before 60 guests (including "Creek" costars), wearing a strapless Badgley Mischka white taffeta gown trailed by a long veil. ... On June 8, most of the "Sopranos" crew and top guns -- including James Gandolfini and Lorraine Bracco -- turned up at Manhattan's posh Astor House to witness Dominic "Uncle Junior" Chianese, 72, marry his fourth wife, Jane Pittson, 56, a United Nations conference planner.
BORN: A surrogate mother has given birth to twins for former "Good Morning America" host Joan Lunden, 52, and her husband Jeffrey Konigsberg, Lunden's publicist said Thursday. The babies, Kate Elizabeth (5 lbs., 14 oz.) and Max Aaron (6 lbs., 11 oz.), were born Tuesday in Cincinnati, Ohio, to surrogate mother Deborah Bolig. Lunden and Konigsberg wed in April of 2000 and tried repeatedly to conceive via in-vitro fertilization.
ARRESTED: Former pop star Adam Ant (real name: Stuart Goddard), 49, was arrested after allegedly throwing stones near his home in north London, then removing some of his clothes at a nearby cafe, reports AP. The arrest on suspicion of criminal damage occurred Wednesday, and one national newspaper, the tabloid Sun, ran a photo of two cops leading Ant away with a blanket wrapped around his waist.
HONORED: The National Academy of Popular Music honored Patti LaBelle, along with Little Richard, Phil Collins, Tony Bennett, Queen, Clive Davis and Van Morrison for contributions to songwriting Thursday night in Manhattan, the Associated Press reports. "I feel like a queen, and I don't think I'm worthy," said LaBelle, 59, whose hits include "On My Own," "New Attitude" and "Lady Marmalade."