Krysta Rodriguez Exits 'How I Met Your Mother' Spinoff; Veronica Berti and Andrea Bocelli Get Married
March 26, 2014
Krysta Rodriguez Exits ‘How I Met Your Dad’
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"Smash" actress Krysta Rodriguez has exited the cast of "How I Met Your Dad," Deadline reports.
The actress and singer had been slated to play a sassy fashion blogger who is best friends with the main character, Sally, played by Greta Gerwig.
Deadline reported the character had undergone changes during the table read, leading to Rodriguez's departure.
While the series may be in the works, the penultimate episode of the beloved "How I Met Your Mother" series is set to air March 31.
Andrea Bocelli and Veronica Berti Get Married
Andrea Bocelli has found someone who has promised to love him forever and has committed to listening to him sing in the shower for the rest of his life, among other things.
The Italian tenor and his longtime partner, Veronica Berti, got married at an intimate ceremony in Italy this weekend, People reports.
The couple had been together for 12 years before they decided to make it official.
Josh Charles Is Alive and Well in New York City
Fans of "The Good Wife" are still trying to come to terms with Josh Charles' character's death on the show, but the actor was out and about in New York City this week looking alive and well.
Julianna Margulies revealed that had it not been for her intervention, Charles' character, Will Gardner, would have departed the show well before last week's shocking episode.
"Josh was going to leave at the end of last season, and I was so sad about it, I begged him to stay," she wrote in a Facebook chat with fans. "And then [I] asked the writers if they would be open to writing for him for 15 episodes, and somehow everyone agreed!"
Houston Apartment Building Fire
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A huge blaze gutted an apartment building that was under construction in downtown Houston Tuesday.
The 396-unit Axis Apartments project was torched after winds turned a rooftop fire into an inferno, causing the roof and shell of the structure to collapse, according to The Associated Press.
All construction workers at the site were accounted for and no injuries were reported, the AP said.