Drew Barrymore is all set to walk down the aisle with fiance Will Kopelman Saturday. On Wednesday, the actress was spotted at the Chanel store in Beverly Hills for her final wedding dress fitting.
Along for support was "Charlie's Angels" costar Cameron Diaz who — in addition to being the kind of girl we imagine has an emergency mini bar in her purse — is a close friend of the couple, and was even clued-in before the proposal.
"I knew Drew was getting married before she did!" she tells InStyle UK.
As for Drew, she's apparently overlooked the fact that Cameron is all glowing blonde legs and has given her a front-row seat Saturday. "Drew has been leaning on Cameron a lot," a friend tells Us Weekly. "Cameron has been very involved."
Is it just us, or have we seen this movie before? Cameron's going to be late and put her shoes on as she runs down the aisle. Drew will wear flowers in her hair and charmingly stumble through her vows while biting her lip. Someone’s saucy great aunt should probably feel up a groomsman played by Andy Samberg.
We'll check back in on Monday, Drew — with the big box of Sno Caps.
Kardashian and West moving in?
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have both put their L.A. homes on the market, according to TMZ. The details aren't available to those of us who can’t afford to even drive by, but Kim is rumored to be asking around $5 million.
Sources tell the site that the couple is looking to move in together somewhere where they can have a little privacy. They're reportedly thinking gated community, but let's dream big and go with desert island — it's the weekend, after all.
Harris and Hefner back on
Crystal Harris infamously dumped Hugh Hefner a week before their wedding and proceeded to take every outlet and their intern up on interviews, but the former Playmate is back in the Playboy Mansion, and it looks like they’re back together.
"Crystal begged Hef to let her come back," a source tells RadarOnline.com. "He surprisingly doesn't have any hard feelings against her, so he let her move back into the Mansion."
And here we assumed the 26-year-old kept that $90,000 wedding ring because it was worth $90,000. Shame on us.