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Briefly: Michaele Salahi, Prince William, David Rubenstein

Taylor Swift, Jon Bon Jovi and Prince William sing Tuesday night at Kensington Palace. (Dominic Lipinski/AP)

Only 450 or so friends are invited to the Dec. 15 wedding of Michaele Holt (better known as Michaele Salahi) and Journey’s Neal Schon. But not to worry! For $14.95, you can watch those crazy lovebirds tie the knot live in “Neal & Michaele: The Winter Wonderland Wedding and Music Event” from San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts on pay-per-view. In the announcement, Schon said the couple was approached by “a few networks wanting to tape, edit, and then broadcast the wedding as the beginning of a reality series focusing on our lives together.” Ultimately, they decided to do it themselves. Can’t wait! (USA Today)

Prince William can’t sing, but he’s a good sport for trying. The future king joined Jon Bon Jovi and Taylor Swift on stage for a performance of “Livin’ on a Prayer” Tuesday night at a Kensington Palace fundraiser. (New York Post)

Billionaire David Rubenstein dropped some pocket change — $14.2 million — at Sotheby’s Tuesday night for one of the 11 existing copies of the 1640 Bay Psalm Book — the first book published in the United States (before, of course, it was the United States. We knew that.) It’s the first time a copy has appeared at auction since 1947, and most ever paid for a book. (Washington Post)


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