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Names & Faces: Neal Schon, Prince William, Bryan Cranston

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For $14.95, viewers can witness the wedding of “Real Housewives of D.C.” reality star — and White House party crasher — Michaele Salahi to Journey guitarist Neal Schon, all from the comfort of their own home. The pair plan to tie the knot in what they’re calling “Neal & Michaele: The Winter Wonderland Wedding and Music Event” on Pay-Per-View on Dec. 15. The festivities will take place at San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts and, according to an announcement from the lovebirds, a portion of the proceeds to typhoon relief effort in the Philippines. The couple have known each other for 18 years but reunited after Salahi separated from her ex-husband Tareq Salahi in 2011.

Britain's PrinceWilliam, the Duke of Cambridge, right, sings with US singers Taylor Swift, left, and Jon Bon Jovi at the Centrepoint Gala Dinner at Kensington Palace in London, Tuesday Nov. 26, 2013. Centrepoint is a charity supporting homeless young people aged 16-25 and the Duke is patron of the organisation. (AP Photo/Dominic Lipinski, Pool) (Dominic Lipinski/ AP Photo/Pool)

Royal karaoke

Singer Jon Bon Jovi had some very famous background singers at the Winter Whites Gala on Tuesday: Prince William and Taylor Swift. The two joined in for a rendition of “Livin on a Prayer,” reports USA Today. Swift and Bon Jovi were at Kensington Palace for a fundraiser that the prince, 31, hosted on Tuesday night to raise money for Centrepoint, a UK charity focused on providing homeless teens and young adults with housing and food.“This is my first time playing at Kensington Palace or any palace for that matter,” Swift said.

Breaking LBJ

Since Bryan Cranston can’t play a methamphetamine-cooking high school chemistry teacher forever, he’s moving on to presidents. Variety reports that 57-year-old actor will portray Lyndon B. Johnson in a new Broadway play, “All the Way.” Previews for the play will begin Feb. 10.



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