It’s official! Matthew McConaughey married longtime love Camila Alves in Austin, Texas, on Saturday. The couple, together since 2006 and engaged since Christmas, were quiet about their plans to wed —even surprising some guests at the last minute, People magazine says.
“There were about 100 of his close friends and family there,” a guest told Us magazine. “[The ceremony] was very emotional. There was a moment when . . . [Matthew] leaned down and whispered something in [Camila’s] ear and you could see a tear coming down her face. Everyone let out a collective sigh.”
The wedding reportedly had a camp-out theme—and attendees even stayed in tents on Matthew’s property. “It’s definitely a campground, but they weren’t exactly roughing it,” an Us source clarified. “They have showers, restrooms and air conditioning. It’s very unique, high-end camping.”
The actor and the model turned TV personality have two children.
Awkward alert! The very day before news broke that John Mayer groused about her in a Rolling Stone interview, Taylor Swift had a very public run-in with her ex—and very pointedly avoided him.
The country singer reportedly walked into West Hollywood’s Tower Bar last week and was being led to a table when she spotted John dining with a pal. Perhaps she had been given advance notice that he was quoted as declaring her writing a breakup song about him, “Dear John,” “a really lousy” move.
“Taylor very visibly — in front of the entire restaurant — demanded to be moved to the other side,” a spy told Page Six. “The bar’s usually an oasis of calm and privacy for celebrities and power players, but this was drama central.”
After Jennifer Lopez was sighted with a diamond ring on her finger, buzz of an engagement to backup dancer beau Casper Smart swirled.
But the singer-actress quashed the chatter via Twitter, declaring, “Rumors!!! Don’t be fooled by the rocks that I got”—a lyric from her signature song “Jenny From the Block.”
“No engagement!” she added.