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April 28, 2005

In the News

Amber and Rob are registered for bridal gifts

Not content with their $1 million-plus combined Survivor prize winnings and numerous trips won during The Amazing Race, reality lovebirds Amber Brkich and Rob Mariano have registered for various items essential to marital bliss at Target and Bed, Bath & Beyond.

The registries indicate that well-wishers have already snapped up the cutlery, linens, soap dispensers, tortilla warmer, paper shredder and $550 Dyson vacuum cleaner.

Rob, 29, and Amber, 26, actually married April 16, but as everyone knows, wedding gifts are still encouraged up to one year after the ceremony. CBS will air the nuptials at the Atlantis resort in the Bahamas on May 24.

The beautiful people of `People'

After having twins last November, Julia Roberts is even more beautiful, according to People magazine. The actress graces the cover of its annual "50 Most Beautiful People" issue, on newsstands tomorrow. It is a record third time that Roberts, 37, has been the issue's cover girl and her ninth time on the list, a feat mirrored only by Halle Berry, who is also in the issue.

This year, People also polled online readers. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were the overwhelming winners of most beautiful man and woman. Also making the list are Jennifer Aniston, Oprah Winfrey, Lindsay Lohan, Jamie Foxx, Eva Longoria, Miami Heat basketball player Dwyane Wade and Mischa Barton.

Seth and the Sith

George Lucas will guest star as himself on the May 12 episode of The O.C., the Fox network announced Tuesday. The Star Wars creator will express interest in the graphic novel of the main character, Seth Cohen (Adam Brody). Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith opens a week later.

`30 Minutes' 24/7

If you get the Food Network, you can pretty much spend every day with super-perky Rachael Ray. Just this week, new episodes and repeats of her three shows will take up 15 full hours of the network's schedule.

Should that not be enough Ray, the 30 Minute Meals/Inside Dish/$40 a Day host and prolific cookbook author will soon be available in magazine form.

The Reader's Digest Association says it is launching Every Day with Rachael Ray, a lifestyle magazine that will center on food but also include tips on travel and entertaining and profiles of chefs, home cooks and foodie celebrities. The bimonthly debuts in August.

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