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Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker tie the knot in low-key wedding ceremony
Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker are now officially married.The 43-year-old reality TV star and the 46-year-old Blink-182 rocker swapped vows in front of friends and family at a ceremony in Santa Barbara, California, on Sunday (May 15) afternoon.After getting hitched, the lovebirds were seen driving off in a vintage black convertible with a sign that said "just married" hanging off the bumper.Kourtney donned a short white dress with a plunging neckline and a traditional veil over her brunette tresses for her special day.While the groom added an element of rock, he sported a pair of designer sunglasses with his all-black three-piece tuxedo.The actual wedding comes weeks after the couple fooled fans into thinking they had tied the knot in Las Vegas earlier this year.The pair had fans in a frenzy of excitement when they rocked up at a venue in Sin City and swapped vows in front of an Elvis impersonator last month.The mum-of-three later confirmed the Vegas nuptials weren’t legitimate, as the couple didn’t have a license to legally do the deed.For more of the latest showbiz news from the Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here. Travis got down on one knee in October, one year after the pair first hooked up.He popped the question at the Rosewood Miramar Beach in Santa Barbara, the same town as their wedding.The pair were recently snapped hosting a wedding shower in Palm Springs in California on Wednesday (May 11).Announcing the engagement on Instagram, Kourtney wrote “forever” as she shared beautiful pictures from the moment he got down on one knee.Travis is Kourtney’s first husband.
Formula One's difficult United States history includes 'worst track ever'
Formula One owners Liberty Media as they push the product in the United States.Miami joins Austin on the calendar, with two races in the United States this season, and that number is due to rise to three next season with the introduction of a night race in Las Vegas.F1's popularity stateside has boomed following Netflix's Drive To Survive series and it's market importance is highlighted by the fact that the United States will have more Grand Prix races than some continents have combined, though it's not necessarily an easy nut to crack.It's not that motorsport isn't popular in the US, with IndyCar and NASCAR extremely successful, but the fact that there have been 10 different United States venues for Formula One races tells the story itself - and one of those venues is remembered for all the wrong reasons.While there is significant excitement about the addition of a Las Vegas street race next year, it won't be the first time that Formula One has taken centre stage in Sin City as there was a two-season period from 1981 that saw F1 held in the Caesar's Palace car park.Flat, repetitive and taking place in a car park, the Caesar's Palace Grand Prix was an unmitigated disaster and is widely renowned for being one of the worst venues that Formula One has ever raced at - with additional problems due to an anti-clockwise circuit that put significant strain on driver's necks and the soaring Nevada heat.In the first race in 1981, Nelson Piquet clinched the title with a fifth-placed finish but required 15 minutes to recover from heat exhaustion and intense heat was also a feature of the 1982 race, won by Michele Alboreto, which proved to be the last of F1's failed Las Vegas venture.With the attraction only drawing in tiny crowds,
Neon Brings David Cronenberg’s Stomach-Churning ‘Crimes of the Future’ and Electric David Bowie Film ‘Moonage Daydream’ to CinemaCon
CinemaCon attendees to sleep well tonight.The director, an architect of the body horror genre with “A History of Violence,” “Dead Ringers” and “The Fly,” made his first-ever trip to Las Vegas to showcase his next grisly film “Crimes of the Future,” testing the stomachs of movie theater owners across the nation.“It seems an appropriate place to launch our attack on the world with ‘Crimes of the Future,'” Cronenberg told the crowd at Caesars Palace in reference to Sin City.Though Cronenberg says he started writing the screenplay 20 years ago, Neon, the film’s distributor, called “Crimes of the Future” an “evolution of David’s work: past, present and future.” Without detailing any specifics, it will contain “key references to his previous films.” As for the never-before-seen footage, it begins with a man who has several sets of ears on his head and concludes as a woman rips open a man’s stomach with her finger and slides her tongue closer to the open wound.Set in a world where the human species adapt to a synthetic environment and their bodies undergo disturbing transformations and mutations, “Crimes of the Future” centers on a celebrity couple (played by Viggo Mortensen and Léa Seydoux) who have turned the horrifying process into avant-garde performance art. All the while, their every move is being tracked by an investigator from the National Organ Registry named Timlin (Kristen Stewart).