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Royal Wedding: Details on Prince Harry’s Speech, Wedding Reception

Posted by K.C. Morgan Categories: Weddings, Parties, Photos, Paparazzi Photos,

Royal Wedding - Duchess Catherine and Duke William

Prince Harry has always been a little less serious than big brother William (who must always remember that one day, he’ll be a king), and he injected plenty of fun into the after-party following the royal wedding. The Prince’s speech was a huge crowd-pleaser, and filled with laughs.

Harry started out on a serious note, telling Prince William that “Our mother would be so very proud of you.” Then he added that he felt sorry for Kate, because she didn’t marry the good-looking brother (himself!). He delivered the speech standing atop a table.

Reports also say that Prince Harry then unbuttoned his shirt and dived into the crowd at the end of his speech. How’s that for royal decorum?

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iOS 4.0.1 now available

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, Cell Phones, Handhelds, Software,

iOS 4.0.1

just released iOS 4.0.1, which they say “improves the formula to determine how many bars of signal strength to display,” and also gives the signal bars a visual facelift as well. You can download it now. Let us know how it goes!

A Redneck Look at Matrimony

Posted by K.C. Morgan Categories: Reality, Cable, Gossip,

CMT Logo is set to start airing , an eight-episode which will feature at the helm.  Each episode will showcase a different redneck wedding, highlighting particularly countrified wedding elements (shotguns, beer cans, etc.). One episode even promises to feature mud wrestling at the wedding reception.  (If that doesn’t say redneck, nothing does.) The series will premiere on CMT January 11 at 9:30 pm.

CMT is also behind interesting, funny reality shows like and the spin-off , which offers weight-loss and exercise tips, boot camp style, to out-of-shape drivers.

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