04:01 AM EDT 11/19/2014
Originally posted 10/14/2013 07:50AM
Wedding bells rang loud and clear in Hollywood this weekend.
From engagement announcements on blogs to celebrating nuptials months later, here's who said (and will say) "I do":
Originally posted 10/14/2013 06:00AM
Who didn't get married this weekend?
In case you missed it, it's beginning to look like an autumn of love in Hollywood – for everyone except a certain Christian Grey:
Originally posted 10/12/2013 11:15PM
Olympic diver Greg Louganis is no stranger to gold medals, but now he is getting used to a wedding band.
Louganis, 53, married paralegal Johnny Chaillot, 52, Saturday evening at Geoffrey's in Malibu.
"It was amazing because I have so many people from all facets of my life here tonight and they are all here and celebrating it is all wonderful," Louganis told PEOPLE immediately following the sunset ceremony. "I already feel different. The ceremony was so reflective and representative of who we are."
Originally posted 06/17/2013 05:15PM
Olympic diving champion Greg Louganis is about to take the plunge – the marrying kind, that is. He and his partner, paralegal Johnny Chaillot, will walk down the aisle this fall, the diver tells PEOPLE exclusively.
"I finally met my soul mate – the more I fall in love with Johnny, the more I fall in love with myself. This is what the universe had in store for both of us," Louganis, 53, says.
Louganis is widely considered the greatest diver in history. He is the only male to sweep both the 3m and 10m diving events in consecutive Olympic Games ('84 and '88). During his career he earned a total of five Olympic medals, five World Championship titles and 47 national titles.
Originally posted 04/30/2013 04:50PM
It's one thing when a celebrity gets hurt training for the ballroom on Dancing with the Stars. But as fans of this spring's TV diving competition Splash have learned, when you put a star up on a springboard or platform, the danger level soars.
Or does it?
PEOPLE.com readers have expressed concern that the ABC reality competition poses a real threat to its participants – that the show may simply be too dangerous.
After all, Rory Bushfield ruptured an eardrum in a botched entry, Katherine Webb could no longer compete after an injury and Nicole Eggert was left bruised and swollen from a dive.
And when Kendra Wilkinson stepped down from the competition, she spoke up about her perception of the perils of the sport. "Every morning I would wake up and be shaking," she told PEOPLE earlier this month. "It's a really risky show. I related jumping off the high board into the water to jumping to my death. That's how big of a deal it was. To me, it really meant risking my life."
So we decided to do some investigating.
Originally posted 03/13/2013 09:35AM
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