The Word: Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake by the numbers

Biel and Timberlake in May. The couple were married on Friday at Borgo Egnazia, a 450-acre hotel complex in southern Italy.

Justin Timberlake married his first wife, actress Jessica?Biel, on Friday night in southern Italy. Although the wedding was on lockdown harder than Britney Spears’ virginity circa 1998, some details have leaked out. Here’s a quick look at what it took for Biel to become Justified.

150 – Number of guests, including Andy Samberg, Jimmy Fallon, ‘N Sync singer Chris Kirkpatrick, actress Beverley Mitchell and Timbaland.

2 – Number of times the couple has split in their five-year courtship.

5 – Number of stars of the Borgo Egnazia, the luxury resort they took over for the festivities. The complex is located in Ostuni, Puglia, in the heel of Italy.

6.4 – Cost, in millions, of Friday night’s nuptials, according to Radar Online. This figure covered private jets, white flowers throughout the hotel complex, a fireworks show, and the resort costs.

Kardashian and Kanye in Rome

Looks like Italy is a new hotspot for celebrities this week: Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are also there. The rapper romanced his girlfriend with a getaway for her 32nd birthday.

“I got whisked away to Rome for a birthday week surprise!” Kardashian blogged, posting shots of the couple on the way to dinner. “Italy is so beautiful!! Best birthday ever!!” she later tweeted.

The odds are slim, but how fantastic would it be if West had just taken her to an Olive Garden in New Jersey and she just had no idea?

Louis C.K. to host ‘SNL’

Famed stand-up comedian Louis C.K. will be the host of “Saturday Night Live” on NBC on Nov. 3, following a seven-night, 14-show stand at New York City Center. Musical act fun. will join C.K., who has recently risen to prominence as the writer/director/star of FX’s “Louie.”



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