Culture&Arts

Anna Faris offers to officiate at ex-husband Chris Pratt's wedding

Anna Faris offers to officiate at ex-husband Chris Pratt's wedding

In case you weren't already convinced that Anna Faris and Chris Pratt have the chilliest divorce in the history of Hollywood, get this: Anna actually volunteered to officiate Chris's wedding to fiancée Katherine Schwarzenegger - well, sort of.

Faris also congratulated Pratt and Schwarzenegger on social media after they each shared a photo kissing and confirming their engagement - and the bride-to-be revealed a first look at her ring!

Faris said she wasn't at all surprised of Pratt's intentions with Katherine, the 29-year-old daughter of actor-politician Arnold Schwarzenegger and broadcast journalist Maria Shriver.

'Chris wants her to have her ideal day and whatever she wants. They've even hung out together with their new significant others (Katherine and Anna's boyfriend, Michael Barrett).

Even though Katherine and Chris only started dating last June, Shriver isn't fazed by the rapid arc of the relationship.

More news: Saudi Refugee in Canada Expects More Women to Flee Homeland

While Chris had a bunch of loyal fans the world over and, as we can imagine, a lot of admirers and lovers-from-afar, little did we know Katherine was one of them.

During her Anna Faris Is Unqualified podcast, the host revealed her ex-husband broke the news to her the morning after getting down on one knee.

The Mom actress then reminded her former husband she also officiates weddings. "I knew that it was gonna happen and I love her and I love him and I'm just so happy that they found each other".

Faris graciously added: 'I'm so happy for them. "I'm thrilled to be marrying you", he wrote.

They have clearly remained friends as they continue to co-parent their son Jack. Proud to live boldly in faith with you. "Chris was very sweet when he proposed to Katherine, as he had a romantic speech prepared explaining how important she was to him", a source told the outlet.


  • Erdogan: Turkey to set up Syria 'security zone' suggested by Trump

    Erdogan: Turkey to set up Syria 'security zone' suggested by Trump

    He also insisted that Turkey "fights against terrorists, not Kurds" as a people. He said Turkey also gave a paper to the USA delegation in return.
    China's USA  trade surplus hit record in 2018 but tariffs bite

    China's USA trade surplus hit record in 2018 but tariffs bite

    A slowdown in global demand and a trade dispute with the U.S. are being blamed for the current predicament China finds itself in. Beijing remained a major importer of Russian produce, accounting for 15 percent of the country's global trade as of 2017.
    Cotton seeds carried by Chinese lunar lander sprouts on moon

    Cotton seeds carried by Chinese lunar lander sprouts on moon

    Inside you'll find soil, yeast, fruit fly and silkworm eggs, as well as cotton, potato, tomato, and (flowering) thale cress seeds. Such a base would likely rely on seeds being grown on the moon by astronauts, reducing the need for costly resupplies.
  • Alleged R. Kelly Victim Speaks Out, Accuses Singer of Threats

    Alleged R. Kelly Victim Speaks Out, Accuses Singer of Threats

    Her mother, Kelly Rodgers, said she and her husband had also received threats and intimidation attempts. "R. The documents include a signed eviction notice, which was put on hold until January 21 for Kelly to pay.
    Rihanna Sues Father for Using Family Name to Brand His New Venture

    Rihanna Sues Father for Using Family Name to Brand His New Venture

    However Rihanna has already trademarked "Fenty" for a number of business ventures, including her well-known Fenty Beauty line. In fact, according to The Fashion Law , she is even suing her father over it.
    Solskjaer: Man Utd beating Spurs never about Pochettino

    Solskjaer: Man Utd beating Spurs never about Pochettino

    This is my position. "The best way to get the best out of Pogba is to get him into the box". "The best example is Frank Lampard". But David De Gea proved Man of the Match as the Spanish goalkeeper pulled off a number of improbable saves to deny the hosts.
  • New Gillette Ad Targets ‘Toxic Masculinity’

    New Gillette Ad Targets ‘Toxic Masculinity’

    Gillette questioned its former tagline and the meaning of being "the best" in its new ad tackling toxic masculinity . Pankaj Bhalla, Gillette's brand director for North America, has pushed back against the criticism.
    Trump Roasted For Serving Football Champions Fast Food At White House

    Trump Roasted For Serving Football Champions Fast Food At White House

    To be fair, it isn't the fast food that is necessarily being mocked. What I am about to say is fact, and there is no room for debate. Trump said he ordered "about 1,000 hamburgers".
    Rohit's ton in vain as India lose 1st ODI

    Rohit's ton in vain as India lose 1st ODI

    Yousuf said until Smith and Warner returned to the Australian side their World Cup chances were also bleak. He also praised Jhye Richardson for his commendable bowling in the match.
  • China court sentences Canadian to death as diplomatic row deepens

    China court sentences Canadian to death as diplomatic row deepens

    Beijing views the Huawei executive's arrest as "a politically calculated act to contain China's growth", Professor Ong said. A lawyer for Schellenberg, Zhang Dongshuo, told Reuters his client would probably appeal against the death sentence .
    Bears circling former Chiefs RB Kareem Hunt

    Bears circling former Chiefs RB Kareem Hunt

    For the Bears, the addition of a motivated Hunt could kickstart an offense that's already starting to flourish under Nagy's watch. Asked whether Hunt deserves a second chance, Nagy said he was "raised to give guys second chances, not third chances ".
    Netflix is hiking prices again

    Netflix is hiking prices again

    Netflix's most popular plan , the Standard tier that offers two HD streams, is increasing 18%, from $10.99 to $12.99 per month. The streaming service last cranked prices in in late 2017 , but the time has inevitably arrived for this to happen again.