Amy Winehouse’s plans to remarry former jailbird husband Blake Fielder-Civil in Las Vegas are at risk of running into trouble with American immigration authorities.
U.S. Embassy officials in London may grill the British singer’s ex to reach a decision on his U.S. entry following his 2008 conviction for grievous bodily harm, which landed him a jail sentence.
Immigration sources claimed it is “highly unlikely” that Blake would be given a go ahead. “Anyone convicted of a serious violent offence will be given short shrift when it comes to trying to enter the States,” the Daily Star quoted a source as saying.
“It does not matter about his plans for getting married in Las Vegas. U.S. immigration chiefs are extremely scrupulous when it comes to serious misdemeanours,” the source added.
’24’ TV star Mary Lynn Rajskub and personal trainer Matthew Rolph got married last weekend. The couple wed in a hush-hush Las Vegas ceremony at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, People magazine reports.
Rajskub walked down the aisle to the Elvis classic ‘A Little Less Conversation,’ wearing a Nicole Miller dress. Rolph reportedly donned a Hugo Boss suit. The couple’s one-year-old son Valentine escorted his mom at the ceremony.
After the recent Las Vegas gala opening for Steve Wynn’s newest flagship Encore property, the rumor mill has been working exhausting overtime hours. If you haven’t heard the rumblings, the founder, chairman, and CEO of Wynn Resorts, Steve Wynn, has supposedly separated from his wife, Elaine, a former Miss Miami Beach in 1960 and significant contributor to Wynn’s enterprises.
Neither have confirmed or denied the separation.
Adding winds to the tempest, a Wynn Las Vegas villa is reportedly now being renovated to be the new home of Steve Wynn and his mystery British girlfriend, a divorcee in her late 40s with children.
Steve Wynn and his girlfriend were reportedly in St. Moritz, Switzerland, celebrating his 67th birthday last Tuesday.
The Wynn’s were married in 1963 and divorced, but never separated, in 1986, when Steve risked everything by building The Mirage with help from then junk-bond trader Michael Milken. They remarried five years later at the Waldorf-Astoria, site of their first wedding.