Adam Levine And Behati Prinsloo Were Married . . . By Jonah Hill
MAROON 5 singer ADAM LEVINE and Victoria's Secret model BEHATI PRINSLOO were married Saturday night in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico . . . by JONAH HILL.
Adam and Jonah are longtime friends, and a source says, quote, "Jonah was hysterical. He was telling so many jokes, but then in the middle would be so sweet and sincere."
Guests included Robert Downey Jr., Jason Segel and Victoria's Secret model Erin Heatherton . . . plus Maroon 5 members James Valentine and Jesse Carmichael. Some of the bridesmaids were Victoria's Secret models.
The reception featured several musical performances, including one by STEVIE NICKS, who's mentoring Adam's team on the next season of "The Voice".
They're honeymooning in South Africa.
Casey Kasem's Kids Don't Know Where His Body Is
A month after CASEY KASEM'S death, the battle between his widow JEAN and his kids from his first marriage rages on.
The kids now say Jean removed Casey's body from a Washington state funeral home, and they don't know where it is. If Jean did remove the body, she did it in defiance of the law.
Earlier in the week Casey's kids went to court to request an autopsy. The judge ordered Jean to keep the body in cold storage at the funeral home until that request could be ruled on.
"Weird Al" Yankovic Is in Line to Score His First #1 Album
"WEIRD AL" YANKOVIC released his new album, "Mandatory Fun" last Tuesday . . . and early estimates say it's on track to sell more than 80,000 copies, which should be enough to make it his first-ever #1 album.
Obviously, these are strange times for music sales . . . but if this happens, he earned it, because 80,000 copies in one week would be Weird Al's best individual sales week since at least 1991, when Nielsen began tracking music sales.
As of Friday, he was beating out JASON MRAZ'S new album, "Yes", by around 5,000 copies. If Jason pulls ahead, it would also be his first #1 album.
The sales week ended yesterday, but the final numbers won't be released until Wednesday.
Panic! At the Disco Donated $20 to the Human Rights Campaign for Every Member of the Westboro Baptist Church Who Picketed Their Show
This is one of the best reactions to the Westboro Baptist Church's hateful protests:
The church recently announced they were going to picket a PANIC! AT THE DISCO show in Missouri . . . so the band posted a Facebook message saying that they'd donate $20 to the Human Rights Campaign for every Westboro protester who actually showed up.
Well, the show went down last night . . . and 13 protesters showed up.
Late last night, the band posted this update: Quote, "Thank you Westboro Baptist Church for the update on the total amount you donated to Human Rights Campaign today. [But] $20 [times] 13 = Weak." That's just $260.
It went on, quote, "We're going to make it an even $1,000. We'll also be donating 5% of our total merch sales from this show to HRC."
"Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" Held Onto the #1 Spot at the Box Office
"Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" made another $36 million this weekend, which was more than any of the new releases. Its closest competition was from the "Purge" sequel, which made $28.4 million in 2nd place.
As for the other movies opening this weekend, "Planes: Fire & Rescue" made $18 million at #3 . . . and the JASON SEGEL-CAMERON DIAZ comedy "Sex Tape" was kind of a letdown, bringing in just $15 million in 4th place.
Here are this week's Top 5 movies:
1. "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes", $36 million. Up to $139 million in its 2nd week.
2. NEW: "The Purge: Anarchy", $28.4 million.
3. NEW: "Planes: Fire & Rescue", $18 million.
4. NEW: "Sex Tape", $15 million.
5. "Transformers: Age of Extinction", $10 million. Up to $227 million in its 4th week.