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Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker get steamy at wedding reception as newlyweds kiss and remove garter after Italian nuptials
Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker are known for their heavy PDA and didn’t disappoint at their wedding reception. The newlyweds married at the stunning Castello Brown in Portofino, Italy on Sunday, marking their third time down the aisle following ceremonies in Las Vegas and Santa Barbara. After exchanging vows in custom-made Dolce & Gabbana, Kourtney, 43, and Travis, 46, partied the night away with their loved ones at the reception, with guests including the Poosh founder’s mum Kris Jenner and sisters Kim, Khloe, Kylie and Kendall, and the Blink-182 rocker’s children and bandmates. Travis’ close friend Machine Gun Kelly, who attended with fiance Megan Fox, was able to capture a sweet moment between the newlyweds as they hit the dancefloor wearing matching white leather jackets with Kourtney’s saying ‘Mrs Barker’ on the back. The lovebirds held hands and smiled at each other as they swayed to the music and shared a kiss, before Travis picked his wife up in his arms. MGK captioned the video: ‘Okay y’all cute @travisbarker @kourtneykardash not gonna say i called it from the beginning but…,’ taking credit for noticing the romantic connection between the two early on. To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 videoWhile Kourtney and Travis’ gothic-themed nuptials were a little out of the ordinary as far as weddings go, they kept some tradition at the reception with the rocker seen on video removing Kourtney’s garter. Footage shared on Instagram by Travis’ daughter Alabama showed the couple snuggling on the dancefloor and cutting shapes with other guests.
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Watch Florence + The Machine perform ‘My Love’ on ‘Fallon’
Florence + The Machine performed their song ‘My Love’ on last night’s episode (May 11) of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon – you can watch their performance below.The track, which was co-written with Glass Animals’ Dave Bayley (and remixed by the band last month), is taken from the Florence Welch-led band’s new album ‘Dance Fever’, which is set to be released tomorrow (May 13).Welch and her band brought ‘Dance Fever’ to the Tonight Show last night with a theatrical performance of ‘My Love’.You can watch Florence + The Machine perform ‘My Love’ on The Tonight Show below.Elsewhere in the episode, Welch joined Fallon for the ‘Audience Suggestion Box’ segment of his show – where she, Fallon and Jimmy Buffett sung the latter’s 1977 song ‘Margaritaville’ – before speaking to Fallon more in depth about the making of ‘Dance Fever’.You can watch both clips below.Speaking about ‘Dance Fever’ in a recent interview with Vogue, Welch said that the new album is like her 2009 debut ‘Lungs’ but “with more self-knowledge”.“I’m kind of winking at my own creation,” she added. “A lot of it is questioning my commitment to loneliness; to my own sense as a tragic figure.” Florence + The Machine will embark on a UK and European arena tour in November.
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‘Flee’ Wins Top Award at IDA Documentary Awards
Best Feature: “Flee”Director: Jonas Poher RasmussenProducers: Monica Hellstrӧm, Signe Byrge Sorensen and Charlotte De La GournerieBest Director: Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson, “Summer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)”Best Short: “A Broken House”Director/Producer: Jimmy GoldblumProducer: Matt Weaver, Richard Gephardt and Harrison NalevanskyBest Curated Series: “Independent Lens”Executive Producers: Lois Vossen, Sally Jo FiferBest Episodic Series: “My Love: Six Stories of True Love”Executive Producer: Mo-young Jin, Andrew Fried, Dane Lillegard and Jordan WynnBest Multi-Part Documentary: “Exterminate All the Brutes”Director/Executive Producer: Raoul PeckProducers: Daniel Delume. Executive Producers: Remi Grellety, Nancy Abraham, Lisa Heller, Jamie Morris, Jack Oliver and Poppy DixonBest Short-Form Series: “Viral Dreams”Producer: Georg TschurtschenthalerExecutive Producer: Christian BeetzBest Stand-Alone Audio Documentary: “VICE News Reports: Monaea, A 2020 Diary”Reporters: Monaea Upton and Jen KinneyProducers: Jen Kinne, Ashley Cleek, Adizah Eghan and Adreanna RodriguezExecutive Producer: Kate OsbornBest Multi-Part Audio Documentary or Series: “Suave” from Futuro Studios and PRX Reporters: Maggie Freleng and Julieta MartinelliProducers: Maria Hinojosa, Maggie Freleng, Julieta Martinelli, Marlon Bishop, Audrey Quinn and Stephanie LubowExecutive Producer: Maria HinojosaBest Music Documentary: “Summer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)”Director: Ahmir “Questlove” ThompsonProducers: Joseph Patel, Robert Fyvolent, David DinersteinDavid L. Wolper Student Documentary Award: “Seahorse”Director/Producer: Nele DehnenkampProducer: Christine DuttlingerBest Cinematography: “Faya