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Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel have got married.
The 'Total Recall' actress and the 31-year-old heartthrob have reportedly tied the knot in Jackson Hole, Wyoming - where they got engaged in December last year - in a secret ceremony on a private estate on Saturday with guests staying at the luxury Four Seasons Hotel.
Hollywood gossip columnist Janet Charlton said: "They pulled a fast one!"
While the couple tried to keep their big day a secret, wedding cake designer Sylvia Weinstock added fuel to speculation the 30-year-old star and the 'Cry Me a River' hitmaker have tied the knot by revealing she was in Jackson Hole over the weekend.
She wrote on twitter: "America is a beautiful country Jackson hole a marvel (sic)"
Jessica recently insisted she hasn't had time to plan her wedding, but admitted she was worried about having a bridal freak out on her wedding day.
She said: "It's very exciting but it's hard to find the time for it! But it's a good moment just to enjoy it.
"I have no idea of what I want. I am one of those people who are not very detailed orientated. I don't feel like I'm one of those people who is like, 'This has to be done this way.' I'm more of a big idea person. I will probably give an idea and let it be created.
"I feel like most of my friends, bless them, always go through some sort of something - one day of 'bridezilla'. Maybe it's just part of the experience."
Jessica Biel wants to play April O'Neil in the 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' remake.
The 'Total Recall' actress admits she has always been a big fan of the original comic book series and if she was to star in the Jonathan Liebesman-directed project then she would want to play the flame-haired TV reporter.
She told Collider.com: "I dig the Ninja Turtles. I always liked the Ninja Turtles - didn't they already make that movie though?
"I dig April, she's cool. She wore a yellow suit and she was a redhead. That was a great show, I loved it as a kid so sure! Yeah!"
The movie has reportedly been put back until May 2014 and producer Michael Bay recently revealed the forthcoming film will feature a "complex back story".
He said: "Fans need to take a breath, and chill. They have not read the script. Our team is working closely with one of the original creators of Ninja Turtles to help expand and give a more complex back story.
"Relax, we are including everything that made you become fans in the first place. We are just building a richer world."
Should Jessica land the role, she will follow in the footsteps of Sarah Michelle Gellar, who played April in the 2007 computer-animated movie 'TMNT'.
Jessica Biel writes poetry to relax.
The 'Total Recall' actress - who is engaged to Justin Timberlake - says penning her own verses helps her stay in touch with her spiritual side.
She said: "I like being able to write when I find the time to get into it.
"I love reading poetry and I've written poetry myself since I was in school.
"It's very calming and spiritual to be able to get in touch with emotions and states of mind to write poetry."
As well as writing, the beauty - who scaled Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania in January 2010 to raise awareness of environmental issues - loves spending time outdoors, which she believes stems from her upbringing.
She added in an interview with The Sun newspaper: "My father was always telling me to go outside and appreciate nature.
"I was raised by hippie kind of parents and the wild and open spaces were something I was taught to value. I had a really great childhood and I still love being outdoors and having a healthy respect for nature.
"That's one of the reasons I wanted to go to Kilimanjaro to draw attention to the issue of global warming.
"It was the hardest thing I ever did in my life but I'm glad I made the journey. It was a once-in-a-lifetime experience."
The 30-year-old actress has revealed that filming fight scenes with Kate Beckinsale in Len Wiseman's remake of the popular movie was very different to shooting with a man, and the actresses couldn't stop apologizing to each other.
Jessica told The Sun newspaper: "Kate and I were much more careful not to beat the hell out of each other than if we had done a fight scene with a man.
"Obviously we tried to avoid accidentally punching each other in the face.
"We were constantly apologizing to each other every time one of our kicks or punches actually landed.
"But I think Colin Farrell and the rest of the men on the set had more fun watching us go at it."
Jessica Biel had "no say" in what her engagement ring looked like.
The actress got engaged to fiance Justin Timberlake last December after he popped the question and she has revealed the ring was a complete surprise as Justin picked it out all by himself.
She said: "I had no say whatsoever [in the ring]. I don't micromanage. He is fearless in his choices and has a real eye for design. And I'll be honest: He has better taste than I do."
As well as Jessica being impressed with Justin's fashion sense, the 30-year-old beauty says the main reason she loves him is because he's a "good person".
She said: "It is important to me to have a partner who is loving and fun - someone who inspires me. And he must be a good person."
And Jessica has learnt what is really important in a relationship from her parents' successful marriage.
She told InStyle magazine: "The best thing I learned from [my parents] is that you have to put your relationship first. You need to make time for your partner. It's really easy to let that go by the wayside. It's easy to say, 'Hey, I'll see you later. I love you.' And you can't do that."
Jessica Biel won't be around drugs.
The 30-year-old actress - who is engaged to Justin Timberlake - leaves parties if people's behavior seems to be getting too wild or out of control.
She said: "If there is a huge drug fest happening and everyone is getting it on in the bedroom, it is probably time to leave."
Jessica's sensible attitude stems from her teenage years where, even though she was a working actress, she still had to live by her family's rules.
She explained in an interview with The Sun newspaper: "I was lucky to get a part in a long-running TV series, '7th Heaven', when I was 14, and everything took off from there.
"It was like having two families, my real one and the cast.
"My mom had me under curfew, so I was well known on TV at the same time as having to be back home early."
Jessica also credits her mother Kimberly with giving her a sensible attitude to her body image.
She said: "My mom Kim taught me an important lesson in Hollywood - if someone says you are too fat, tell them to p**s off.
"My mom brought me up with sports and a healthy image. It was just how we lived.
"With her attitude and upbringing, I have been lucky not to have an eating disorder or a drug habit to stay skinny.
"I am 5ft 7in and don't go along with the Hollywood obsession with weight."
Jessica Biel didn't want to punch Kate Beckinsale in the face during their 'Total Recall' bitch-fight.
The actress was extra nervous about hitting her co-star on the set of the remake of the 1990 sci-fi classic, because they were being directed by Kate's husband Len Wiseman.
Speaking in the issue of Empire magazine, Jessica revealed: "I was so fearful of hitting her. I was thinking, 'Please don't let me hit this woman in the face! Her husband is watching!' And then I hit her."
Jessica plays the story's heroine, Melina, while Kate is the villainous Lori, and she said although they fought like men, they were constantly apologizing to each other.
Kate said: "I like the fact that there's this fight between Jessica and I and it doesn't end up that someone's sleeve is ripped off, or someone's bra is out. This was as if it was two guys - and yet it was us kind of madly apologizing to each other!"
Kate has a scene where she has sex with her onscreen spouse Douglas Quaid - played by Colin Farrell - but it was no problem to film in front of Len, as it wasn't particularly steamy.
Kate explained: "It wasn't a sex scene, it was a bit of a frisky hug.
"It's always more awkward for the other person, I think. I've got no movable parts, so I can be inscrutable."