07:43 PM EDT 02/03/2014
Originally posted 08/29/2008 10:30AM
Don't believe the hype!
Despite a slew of wedding reports, it seems Howard Stern and Beth Ostrosky are still single.
"We are not married," Ostrosky told PEOPLE Thursday night at The Bridge, a golf club in Bridgehampton, New York, where Sotheby's unveiled works by artist Damien Hirst for an upcoming auction.
So what sparked all the wedding talk last week? She said the happy couple hosted a "family celebration" at their Hamptons home on Aug. 23 – prompting the press to assume it was the big day.
"It was a beautiful, beautiful event," said the model, who has been engaged to the shock jock since last Valentine's Day. "I wore a white dress and Howard wore white pants and a blue shirt. But it was just a celebration of the wedding. The real thing is in October."
Originally posted 07/14/2008 05:00PM
Unlike Chris Noth's Mr. Big character in Sex and the City – who left Sarah Jessica Parker's Carrie Bradshaw waiting at the altar – Howard Stern is not experiencing any last-minute change of heart, according to his soon-to-be bride.
Although, as far as that ever-elusive wedding date is concerned, "Honestly, we haven't figured it out," Beth Ostrosky insisted at Sunday's Hamptons premiere of the movie musical Mama Mia, sponsored by Blackberry.
Still, Ostrosky, who turns 36 on Tuesday, tells Hamptons magazine, "Howard and I were on the lawn the other day, hanging out, saying that we absolutely cannot wait to get married. There are no pre-wedding jitters. It's all excitement and joy."
Originally posted 03/21/2008 02:00PM
Still intent on marching down the aisle together, Howard Stern and Beth Ostrosky have once again revised plans as to where their wedding will take place.
Whereas recently the bride-to-be – whose engagement to the Sirius Radio star turned 1 year old on Valentine's Day last month – told PEOPLE that the ceremony would occur in New York's Hamptons, that rural setting may now be swapped for an urban one.
"We're going to get our friends together at a restaurant, very low-key … in the city," Stern, 54, holding hands with his 35-year-old fiancé, told PEOPLE at Thursday's Cinema Society and GQ screening of Stop-Loss, in Manhattan.
No further details were forthcoming, as Stern, fresh from two glasses of wine, said he needed to get to the men's room. Fast.
– Jeffrey Slonim
Originally posted 07/16/2007 05:45PM
Five months after their engagement, Howard Stern and fiancée Beth Ostroksy are no nearer to announcing plans for their nuptials.
Originally posted 01/09/2006 10:00AM
The talk was X-rated but marriage-minded Monday morning as Howard Stern kicked off his much-ballyhooed new show on Sirius Satellite Radio.
Originally posted 12/16/2005 03:00PM
Howard Stern played "Taps" in the background as he marked his final day on free radio Friday.
Originally posted 11/08/2005 08:00AM
Howard Stern's 12 million fans hoping to hear their hero on Tuesday are in for a rude surprise: the shock jock won't be on the air, except for a rerun.
Originally posted 10/25/2005 02:00PM
David Lee Roth, the original frontman for heavy metal group Van Halen, is among the replacements that will be filling Howard Stern's shoes when the raunchy shock jock leaves traditional radio at the end of the year, the Associated Press reports.
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