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Kidman-Urban nuptials -- see the photos! Plus: Why you haven't seen pix of Tom and Katie's baby.

Published June 26, 2006 1:30PM (EDT)

Morning Briefing:
Kidman-Urban nuptials: Just after sunset on Sunday night in Sydney, Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban exchanged vows in a ceremony that included most of Hollywood's other Australian stars, from Hugh Jackman (who performed at the reception) and Russell Crowe (who did not) to Naomi Watts and media mogul Rupert Murdoch. Immediately after the ceremony, sources called American magazines to gush: "It was the most emotional and beautiful ceremony," one guest tells People. "Nicole cried all the way to the church in the car and then she cried all during the ceremony and had to wipe her eyes under the veil." You can see a full picture gallery here. (People, Herald Sun)

Auction but no interest for baby Suri pix: There's at least one good possible explanation out there for why the public has yet to see any photos of Tom Cruise/Katie Holmes offspring Suri -- according to Fox 411, it's because nobody wanted to buy them. At an auction involving all the usual suspects -- People, Us Weekly, Star, In Touch -- the bidding price for a Suri photo spread never rose above $3 million, and the offer for the pictures was rescinded. Now, post-Shiloh -- Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's baby, whose pictures reportedly sold to People for just over $4 million -- it doesn't look like the Suri photos will ever have the chance of being sold. "Shiloh was the whole deal," says Fox's source. "We won't see a baby like that again for a while." (Fox 411)

Fox's "Daily Show" knockoff? Fox is reportedly making a pilot for what a source tells TVNewswer is "an absolutely terrible rip-off of 'The Daily Show.'" To be called "Watch This Right Now," the news spoof show is going to be hosted by conservative talk show pundit Laura Ingraham. (TVNewser)

TV producer extraordinaire Aaron Spelling passed away on Friday after suffering a stroke last weekend. He was 83. (E! Online) ... "Desperate Housewives" star Marcia Cross got married over the weekend in California to stockbroker Tom Mahoney. (Us Online) ... The Adam Sandler comedy "Click" finished at the top of this weekend's box office with $40 million, making it the seventh consecutive No. 1 opening for Sony Pictures. Meanwhile, "The Da Vinci Code," also a Sony release, passed the $700 million mark for its worldwide gross over the weekend. (Deadline Hollywood Daily) ... Supermodel Linda Evangelista was spotted recently in Manhattan reportedly looking like she's got a baby on the way. "When the wind blew," a source tells Page Six, "everyone noticed she was very pregnant -- absolutely huge." (Page Six) ... Musical power couple Diana Krall and Elvis Costello are expecting their first child in December. (BBC) ... Concerned "friends" are worried that Lindsay Lohan has turned into a spendaholic, saying she dropped $1 million last year on clothes alone. "Lindsay is one of the most photographed stars in the U.S. and if she wanted, say, an expensive handbag, all she'd have to do is get an aide to call and get it in," says a source. "But it seems she'd rather just spend money like there's no tomorrow." (3 a.m. Girls) ... Time journalist Matt Cooper, he of Plamegate fame, has announced he's leaving the magazine to take up the Washington editor position for Condé Nast's mysterious new magazine, Portfolio. (Women's Wear Daily)

Money Quote:
Doc McGhee, manager of the band Kiss, about how the band's members -- average age 56 -- have slowed down as they've gotten older: "They definitely take more ibuprofen than cocaine." (New York Times)

-- Scott Lamb

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Charlie Rose (PBS, check local listings): Lance Armstrong
David Letterman (CBS, 11:30 p.m. EDT): Kevin Spacey, the Streets
Jay Leno (NBC, 11:35 p.m. EDT): Kate Bosworth, Damon Wayans, India.Arie
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Craig Ferguson (CBS, 12:35 a.m. EDT): Regis Philbin, John Landis, Snoop and Tha Dogg Pound
Jimmy Kimmel (ABC, 12:05 a.m. EDT): Jason Alexander, Meagan Good, Jamie Kennedy
Jon Stewart (Comedy Central, 11 p.m. EDT): Lance Armstrong
Stephen Colbert (Comedy Central, 11:30 p.m. EDT): Mark Bowden

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