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Weekend Wrap-Up: Tracy Morgan Faces More Fallout, Lily Allen Ties the Knot (and Announces Pregnancy)

Too busy attending birthday parties to catch up on this weekend’s entertainment news? No worries. We’ve got the latest on the Tracy Morgan controversy, the rip-roaring Tony Awards and Lily Allen‘s wedding (and pregnancy reveal) and more, right here.

• The fallout continued over Morgan’s homophobic stand-up routine, with Chris Rock and 30 Rock star Cheyenne Jackson speaking out against the actor-comedian’s anti-gay jokes.

• Neil Patrick Harris and The Book of Mormon were among the big stars of the Tony Awards telecast.

• Lily Allen tied the knot with longtime love Sam Cooper Saturday in England, and announced that she is pregnant.

• Speaking of moms-to-be, Tia Mowry celebrated the impending birth of her son (due date, July 3) with a baby-shower bash in Hollywood.

• Clarence ClemonsBruce Springsteen‘s longtime sax man, suffered a stroke.

• Upon hearing news of Selena Gomez‘s hospitalization, Justin Bieber canceled an appearance at a Stanley Cup finals game in Vancouver Friday night.

• Real Housewives drama erupted at a party in the Hamptons.

• Conan O’Brien addressed the graduates at Dartmouth College.

• Anthony Weiner is heading into treatment and taking a leave of absence from the House, following the revelations of his embarrassing Twitpic scandal.

• LeAnn Rimes hit Twitter to shoot down rumors that she has a sex tape with ex-hubby Dean Sheremet.

• After claiming to have a five month affair with Kim KardashianBret Lockett admitted that he’s never met her.

• Prince William and Kate Middleton celebrated the queen’s birthday in style at her “Trooping the Colour” ceremony at Buckingham Palace. On that note, get a load of Kate’s totally royal life.

• With celebs like Ellen DeGeneres buying and selling their homes on a whim, we couldn’t help but ask why stars move so often.

• We took a peek at why Colin Farrell‘s upcoming Fright Night flick might give Twilight some competition.

• Super 8 took the top spot at this weekend’s box office, nabbing $37 million. Meanwhile, X-Men: First Class followed with $25 million, along with The Hangover Part II, which grabbed the third spot at $18.5 million.






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