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Hollywood Minute Says Pamela Anderson To Run NYC Marathon
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  Originally Published on: 9/16/2013

A soulful singer gets hitched. And a "Baywatch" babe is going for a run, but not in her famous red swimsuit. Cristina Mutchler has your entertainment headlines in today's Hollywood Minute. Crooner John Legend is off the market, marrying his longtime girlfriend, Chrissy Teigen. The Grammy winner and the "Sports Illustrated" model have been together since 2007, and got engaged in 2011. The couple exchanged vows Saturday, surrounded by family and friends, in Lake Coma, Italy. She won't be on the beach, and it won't be in slow motion, but Pamela Anderson will be running, this time in the New York City Marathon. Anderson is lacing up to raise money for the J.P. Haitian relief organization. The marathon is set for Nov. 3. And, movie-giers were in the mood for a scream over the weekend. The horror sequel, "Insideous Chapter 2," scared off the competition, raking in $41-million. "The Family," with all-star cast Robert Deniro, Michelle Pfeiffer and Tommy Lee Jones, brought in $14.5-million. And, the action-packed, sci-fi thriller "Riddick" took home $7-million.
   
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