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Justin Timberlake, Jessica Biel marry

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JUSTIN Timberlake and Jessica Biel have gotten married.

The 'Total Recall' actress and the 31-year-old heartthrob have reportedly tied the knot in Jackson Hole, Wyoming - where they got engaged in December last year - in a secret ceremony on a private estate on Saturday (18.08.12), with guests staying at the luxury Four Seasons Hotel.

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Hollywood gossip columnist Janet Charlton said: "They pulled a fast one!"

While the couple tried to keep their big day a secret, wedding cake designer Sylvia Weinstock added fuel to speculation the 30-year-old star and the 'Cry Me a River' hitmaker have tied the knot by revealing she was in Jackson Hole on the weekend.

She wrote on twitter: "America is a beautiful country Jackson hole a marvel (sic)"

Jessica recently insisted she hasn't had time to plan her wedding, but admitted she was worried about having a bridal freak out on her wedding day.

She said: "It's very exciting but it's hard to find the time for it! But it's a good moment just to enjoy it.

"I have no idea of what I want. I am one of those people who are not very detailed orientated. I don't feel like I'm one of those people who is like, 'This has to be done this way.' I'm more of a big idea person. I will probably give an idea and let it be created.

"I feel like most of my friends, bless them, always go through some sort of something - one day of 'bridezilla'. Maybe it's just part of the experience."

Topics:  jessica biel, justin timberlake, marriage, weddings


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