It happened again. Another Backstreet Boy has said "I do." Brian Littrell, 25, got married Sept. 2 to Leighanne Wallace, 31, who was an extra in the As Long As You Love Me video. Among the 300 guests at the wedding were fellow Backstreet Boys Kevin Richardson (with his new wife, Kristin Willits), Nick Carter, Howie Dorough and A.J. McLean. The newlyweds will live in a suburb of Atlanta.
Face it, this makeup is easy
All your makeup questions are answered in the new book Bobbi Brown Teenage Beauty: Everything You Need to Look Pretty, Natural, Sexy & Awesome (Cliff Street Books, $25). Brown owns her own cosmetic line and does the makeup for lots of celebrities. Her book includes teen girls' 20 most frequently asked beauty questions, as well as tips for dealing with braces, zits and hair disasters.
Tune in for kids' TV show
The new season of Popular Mechanics for Kids debuts this week. The show, targeted for kids up to 14, is a 30-minute science and technology action-adventure series. This season the kid hosts will try out some x-treme sports, visit a cowboy ranch and discover what's lurking on the ocean floor 10,000 feet below the surface. Popular Mechanics for Kids airs Saturdays at 10:30 a.m. on WTVT-Ch. 13.
Sounds like fun
The Best of WB Sound FX Crash! Bang! Boom! (Kid Rhino, $16.98) is a new collection of more than 100 sound effects from the Warner Bros. stable of cartoon characters. The CD also includes classic effects grouped by topic, such as "Sounds to scare your mom."
Girl surfers rule the 'Net
Time magazine recently reported the results of a new online study. Not only are women now online more than men, but the number of teen girls who are hitting the keyboard has increased the quickest. Since 1999, the number of teen girls going online has doubled to 4.4-million.