Sabrina Bryan Is Married! Cheetah Girls Alum Weds Jordan Lundberg: See the Photos

Sabrina Bryan has tied the knot!

The star married fiancé Jordan Lundberg on Saturday at Wayne Newton‘s Casa De Shenandoah in Las Vegas, PEOPLE confirms exclusively. Bryan and Newton costarred on season 5 of Dancing with the Stars in 2012 and became close, leading the legendary singer to offer his home as the wedding venue.

“Jordan and I have dreamed about this day for a long time,” Bryan, 34, told PEOPLE about the “romantic glamour-themed” outdoor ceremony, planned by Elle and Jay Events.

Despite filming an episode of Say Yes to the Dress and trying on multiple dresses at Kleinfeld Bridal, Bryan ultimately chose to walk down the aisle in a custom fairytale ball gown featuring an illusion neckline and sleeves with intricately beaded handmade appliqués by her “favorite designer” Hayley Paige, who also designed the reception dress that was customized with a plunging neckline and a sexy low back detailing.

“It’s glitzy and dramatic and a once in a lifetime dress,” Bryan said of her wedding look while her reception dress allowed her “to get my party on!”

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Bryan and strategic accounts manager Lundberg, 27, dated for nearly six years before he proposed in April 2017. The couple celebrated their nuptials with family and friends, including her “Cheetah sister” Kiely Williams — who was one of her matrons of honor — and former DWTS contestants and dance pros, including Kym Johnson Herjavec and *NSYNC star Joey Fatone.

The 160 guests dined on braised short ribs, grilled sea bass and creamy mushroom risotto, followed by chocolate cake for dessert and a wedding cake created by Peridot Sweets.

“After our first year together, I knew he was the one. Now, seven years later, we knew it was the perfect time for us to start a new chapter. We are blessed to have enjoyed many precious memories together and are excited to begin our adventures as husband and wife!” Bryan told PEOPLE of their romance.

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As for how they keep their relationship strong, the former Cheetah Girls member credits their communication skills. “We have made communication a key to our relationship success. If we can communicate well, we can overcome any obstacles as partners,” shared the singer, who celebrated her bridal shower on Aug. 19 in Orange County, California and her bachelorette party at Playa Grande Resort in Cabo San Lucas in July.

“What I am looking forward to in marriage is simply a deepening of our love for each other. Stepping into a new season of life with our marriage means starting our forever together with new beginnings,” she said. “Regardless of what happens, I will always have Jordan by my side and that makes me feel like I can take on the world. We are also looking towards the future and someday starting a family of my own which I am thrilled about. But for now, I’ll enjoy being a wife!”

For their honeymoon, the newlyweds will be going on a Mediterranean cruise.

“We fell in love with cruising while I was working on Dancing with the Stars at Sea. We enjoy the experience of seeing so many different places on a single trip. It’s going to be a dream come true,” Bryan said.


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Rachel Lindsay & Bryan Abasolo on Their Interracial Relationship: ‘Love Is Blind — We’re Just a Man & Woman in Love’

 

Even before her journey on The Bachelorette began, Rachel Lindsay made a personal commitment to stay true to her heart.

As the first black lead in Bachelor Nation history, Lindsay admittedly felt the pressure to choose a black man from her pool of contestants.

“It wasn’t always easy. It wasn’t. But I had to not let the pressure get to me,” Lindsay, 32, tells PEOPLE in this week’s issue. “I had to rise above it to find my happy ending at the end of all of this.”

“I knew that people would be watching myself in this role for the first time, and there would be people who were positive and people who were negative, and I would feel pressure from certain audiences that would say you ‘had to pick a black man.’ And then I would have other audiences that didn’t care about that,” Lindsay shares.

“But for me, before I said yes to being the Bachelorette I had to get over . I had to realize that not everyone was going to be for me when it came to the decisions that I make. Not everyone was going to be happy about my decisions, but I needed to be selfish in this journey and find the one who was perfect for me,” Lindsay explains. “I couldn’t make a decision based on anyone else because I’m the one who’s going to have to live with it.”

And new fiancé Bryan Abasolo couldn’t be prouder of how the Dallas-born lawyer portrayed herself on the show. “Such strength, class and grace,” says Abasolo, who got down on one knee and proposed to Lindsay on Monday night’s season 13 finale.

For more on Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay’s engagement to Bryan Abasolo, including their thoughts on their big debut and plan for the future, pick up this week’s issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday

Reflecting on their romance, the newly engaged couple says that race never played a factor in them falling in love.

“Love is blind,” says Miami-based chiropractor Abasolo.

“I’m not going to pick somebody because they look a certain way. I could’ve done that without doing the show. I really put my all in this because I was trying to find that one for me. I was trying to find my person — the person who I want to spend the rest of my life with — and I can’t let color dictate that,” says Lindsay. ”

“I can’t be blindsided by the fact that I have to choose this person because they look the same way that I do. That’s not fair. That’s not what love is about. That doesn’t define love. It’s not my definition of love,” she continues. “My definition of love is sitting right next to me. So it was really important for me to not do that. Everything else was background noise and I was just zeroed in on finding that person for me.”

Now that the couple no longer has to keep their engagement under wraps, and will now be able spend time with one another in public, they realize their lives will be propelled into spotlight.

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Still, they’re not intimidated about being in a high-profile interracial relationship — or any criticism that may result from others’ biases.

“Honestly, we don’t even think about it or talk about it. I mean, we’re just a man and a woman in love. We just want to enjoy life,” Abasolo shares. “I just think we’re two mature adults, that we can handle anything moving forward. Communication is a big key.”

Adds Lindsay, “I think we’re both strong enough to rise above whatever criticism we may face by being an interracial couple. But between the two of us, we had those tough questions during the season. I know that he is capable of handling it, as am I. For us, we just love each other.”


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Luke Bryan slaps heckler from stage with microphone in hand

FILE - In this Nov. 2, 2016, file photo, Luke Bryan performs "Move" at the 50th annual CMA Awards at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn. Video shows Bryan slapping a heckler with his fingers while still holding the microphone during a show in Nashville on Nov. 30, 2016. Bryan then continued with the song seeming unfazed by the incident.(Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP, File)NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Country star Luke Bryan took care of a heckler without skipping a beat during a concert this week by taking a swing at the man from the stage with his microphone still in hand.



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Bryan Manor Receive Tribute & Medication Help By Charles Myrick of ACRX

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The American Consultants Rx discount prescription cards are to be given free to anyone in need of help curbing the high cost of prescription drugs.

Due to the rising costs, unstable economics, and the mounting cost of prescriptions, American Consultants Rx Inc. (ACRX) a.k.a (ACIRX) an Atlanta based company was born in 2004. The ACRX discount prescription card program was created and over 25 million discount prescription cards were donated to over 18k organizations across the country to be distributed to those in need of prescription assistance free of charge since 2004.

The ACRX cards will offer discounts of name brand drugs of up to 40% off and up to 60% off of generic drugs. They also possess no eligibility requirements, no forms to fill out, or expiration date as well .One card will take care of a whole family. Also note that the ACRX cards will come to your organization already pre-activated .The cards are good at over 50k stores from Walgreen, Wal mart, Eckerd”s, Kmart, Kroger, Publix, and many more. Any one can use these cards but ACRX is focusing on those who are uninsured, underinsured, or on Medicare. The ACRX cards are now in Spanish as well.

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Bryan Cranston Brought Back Walter White At Electric Daisy Carnival

Walter White is the one who knocks and also the one who dances to his own song at music festivals.

Bryan Cranston made a surprise appearance at the Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas Saturday night to resurrect his “Breaking Bad” character. During Above & Beyond’s set at the festival, the actor came on stage with the DJs to introduce their song “Walter White.”

Channeling his inner Heisenberg, Cranston took the microphone and shouted his famous “Breaking Bad” line: “Say my name.” The actor pressed the play button to kick off the song as the crowd went wild. Before leaving the stage, Cranston also took a few moments to rock out to his song with the DJs.

On Sunday morning, the actor tweeted a video from EDC and wrote that, while he may have left the Above & Beyond stage early, he definitely pulled an all-nighter. At least it wasn’t spent cooking in an RV.

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Meet ‘Etch A Sketch Picasso’ Bryan Lee Madden

There are a lot of strange jobs out there, but Bryan Lee Madden may have the sketchiest of all. After pursuing a career in comedy writing and a college degree in computer science, Madden is now living out his “Plan C” dreams as an Etch A Sketch artist.

We caught up with Madden at his Connecticut home, where he sketched Huffington Post founder Arianna Huffington, talked about his technique and his goals, and shared how competitive it is in the Etch A Sketch community. Check out the interview and some of the artist’s amazingly detailed work in the video above.

We’d say Madden has what it takes to shake up the art world, but we’re afraid that would erase all his hard work.

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Bryan Ferry’s son critical after car crash

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First Nighter: LBJ Bio “All the Way” With Bryan Cranston Goes All the Way

Missing for deliberate reasons or reasons of chronology from All the Way, Robert Schenkkan’s sure-fire hit at the Neil Simon, are Robert Kennedy, Sam Rayburn, Lynda Baines Johnson, Luci Bird Johnson, Jacquelyn Bouvier Kennedy, chroniclers Robert Caro and Doris Kearns Goodwin.

Otherwise, nothing that happened involving Lyndon Baines Johnson, here several times calling himself “the accidental President,” seems to have been overlooked in the past-paced coverage of events from the post-Dallas assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy on November 22, 1963 through election night, November 3, 1964.

The mission Schenkkan has set himself in this action-packed, verbiage-loaded two-acter (The Great Society, a sequel is due on the West Coast this coming July) is to demonstrate with no shilly-shallying exactly how sly-dickens Johnson (Bryan Cranston, having completed Breaking Bad‘s 60 hours) eased his way around Democrats and Republicans alike whenever he set his mind to it–which was always.

The first All the Way half is a head-knocking-after-head-knocking account of Johnson’s fighting for the 1964 Civil Rights Bill Act by cozying up to anyone in his way. There were plenty of the living and thinking obstacles, including bill-naysayer Southern Democrat Sam Russell (John McMartin) and pro-bill-but-conflicting-needs Martin Luther King (Brandon J. Dirden), Roy Wilkins (Peter Jay Fernandez) and Stokeley Carmichael (William Jackson Harper).

What the first act really is is a series of confrontations Johnson has–interrupted only a few times by the King group arguing among themselves–during which he knows what buttons to push on his demurring colleagues and pushing them as if it’s with the index finger he regularly uses to poke men in the chest.

In the second act, it’s the election he’s after. Having to deal with complications that are affecting his popularity and Barry Goldwater’s concomitant gains in the polls, he has to work his politico magic in the same manhandling way. Compounding his worries are run-ins with J. Edgar Hoover (Michael McKean), who has various threats up his sleeve, many as a result of surreptitious taping of the gal-on-the-side type he also has on Reverend King.

The most mesmerizing of these manipulation scenes are his dangling the vice president slot before the very liberal Hubert Humphrey (Robert Petkoff), his heavy-tread waltzes with Senators Everett Dirksen (Richard Poe) and James Eastland (James Eckhouse) and his cunning Hoover one-on-ones.

At these charged exchanges, Cranston triumphs. Not really resembling LBJ–although something may have been done to enlarge his ears, or maybe it’s an illusion–he raises himself to the accidental, and then deliberate, Texan’s height. He also takes on the standing and walking and sitting postures, the guffaw when joking with friends, enemies and frenemies alike and the obscenity-spouting glee, the joy in progress-achieving pragmatism.

It’s a towering performance in a couple senses of the word and directly in line with how Johnson has been depicted by journalists, historians and biographers. (Maybe Caro and Goodwin aren’t as absent from the stage as they seem.)

Effective as Schenkkan’s opus is, there’s something about it that makes it effective in a questionable way. There’s no doubt that director Bill Rauch–artistic director of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, where All the Way was first performed–collected an extremely capable cast of 20. Many, if not most of them, are doubling and tripling. (The putting on and taking off of Paul Huntley’s wigs must be some backstage sight to see.)

They deserve acknowledgment individually, especially the venerable McMartin, Dirden, McKean, Poe, Eckhouse, Fernandez, Christopher Liam Moore as the Prez’s mainstay aide Walter Jenkins, Roslyn Ruff as Coretta Scott King and Fannie Lou Hamer, Betsy Aidem as ultra-understanding Lady Bird Johnson and Rob Campbell as George Wallace. It has to be said that many of the actors, dressed in Deborah M. Dryden’s ’60s fashions, don’t convincingly look a great deal like the boldface names they impersonate. But Campbell is the startling exception. He plays five parts, but he’s a dead ringer for beetle-browed Governor Wallace.

While the actors can be thanked, Rauch’s demands on them may occasionally be questioned. Probably to get the fascinating rhythm and decibel level of Johnson’s encounters going and just as possibly sensing the need to move a heavy-on-the-word-count script quickly, the scenes are revved up. Frequently (too frequently?), such speed and volume gives an over-the-top feel to the production. It’s as if the audience is invited to scan a string of Herblock editorial cartoons. An additional development is that Johnson’s any-means-to-an-end approach appears throughout to be ruling him more than his sincere beliefs in the radical changes he’s pursuing.

Rauch receives commendable help for his lickety-split tempo from Christopher Acebo, who’s designed a courtroom-like utilitarian set that with the addition and subtraction of various furnishings can be the Senate floor or the Johnson’s bedroom, can be DC, Atlanta or Mississippi, can be a Congressman’s lounge or George Wallace’s soapbox arena. Equally impressive are the projections of every sort of environment, climate and television news hour provided constantly by Shawn Sagady and consultant Wendell K. Harrington, who was in on the ground floor of the present projections-everywhere movement.

Just a few parting words about Schenkkan’s title. It’s taken, of course, from the then ubiquitous “All the way with LBJ” slogan. So why not use the slogan in its entirely for the play? (Is there some legal knot?) Conversely, why choose a title already employed for another biographical item, the 1957 movie about comedian Joe E. Lewis from which the Oscar-winning title song emanates? The Sammy Cahn-James Van Heusen ballad isn’t rendered here, but “Happy Days are Here Again” and the memorable alteration of Jerry Herman’s “Hello, Dolly” to “Hello, Lyndon” are.

Well, well, well, hello, Lyndon again.
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Bryan Cranston To Make His Broadway Debut In ‘All The Way’ (VIDEO)

Bryan Cranston is moving from the small screen to the big stage.

The 57-year-old “Breaking Bad” star is set to make his Broadway debut later this winter in the political play “All The Way,” and HuffPost Live has the first look at his performance as President Lyndon B Johnson.

“All The Way” made its debut at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in July 2012 with actor Jack Willis in the starring role, then jumped to the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Mass., this past September, where Cranston joined the cast.

“[Cranston] is unassuming. He is funny. He is charming. He’s a wonderful team player. And he’s a natural on the stage,” the play’s producer, Jeffrey Richards, told the Associated Press.

The play, written by Rober Schenkkan and directed by Bill Rauch, follows LBJ in his first year as president. It is set to begin previews Feb. 10 at the Neil Simon Theater.

Check out a preview of Bryan Cranston as LBJ in the video above.
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