The “View” co-host, 33, and conservative pundit Ben Domenech, 35, got hitched in Sedona, Arizona, on Tuesday, Page Six has confirmed. According to People, the pre-Thanksgiving ceremony took place in front of 100 guests at the McCain family ranch. â€œMeghan McCain and Ben Domenech were married today at the McCain family lodge in Sedona, Arizona,â€? her rep told the magazine. â€œThe brideâ€™s father, Senator John McCain, gave her away and they were married by John Dickerson.
Nicki Minaj figured out a way to one-up Kim Kardashian — twice over — on the cover of Paper Magazine’s latest Break the Internet-themed issue. Shot by Ellen von Unwerth, the risqué cover, and corresponding 16-page “Minaj à Trois” editorial, features the rapper, 34, in triplicate about to amorously embrace herself. The eyebrow-raising cover shot follows in the footsteps of the one Kardashian, 37, shot for the magazine in 2014.
Nicki Minaj figured out a way to one-up Kim Kardashian – twice over – on the cover of Paper Magazine’s latest “Break the Internet”-themed issue. Shot by Ellen von Unwerth, the risqué cover, and corresponding 16-page “Minaj à Trois” editorial, features the rapper, 34, in triplicate about to amorously embrace herself. The eyebrow-raising cover shot follows in the footsteps of the one Kardashian, 37, shot for the magazine in the Fall of 2014.
@thee_zebulon another time i got trapped inside that same mcdonalds because a guy just outside the entrance broke a vodka bottle and started swinging it around. i think he was mad at someone but i can't remember.
@thee_zebulon once we were at the mcdonald's on broadway, when we saw a guy pass out and slip underneath the table he was sharing with his friend. the manager came over to help but his friend didn't seem all that concerned and kept eating his fries.
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