A Very Modern Wedding, a Full House Reunion & More from the Weekend
We know, we know: The #greatkatewait had you sitting on the edge of your beach chair.
But if you were busy soaking up some rays – or, equally likely, picking out a onesie for the royal baby – here are five things you might have missed this weekend:
5. So Where Was the Most Happening Party This Weekend?
In our PEOPLE photo booth, duh! We hung out with all of your favorite Comic-Con stars, from The Vampire Diaries cast to Roseanne Barr, as the annual San Diego convention continued into the weekend. And you just never know what an actor is capable of when they let loose for the camera after a day of self-promotion. See who struck a pose exclusively for PEOPLE.
Forget flats: The mom-to-be is taking on any bumps in the road in slingback platform shoes (and with her own bump on display, of course!). Stepping out at Saturday’s Los Veranos de la Villa Music Festival in Madrid with husband Javier Bardem, Cruz – already Mom to 2-year-old Leo – made a stylish statement. Would you rock these wedges?
3. Glee‘s Support System
A week after the tragic death of cast member Cory Monteith, Glee stars Kevin McHale, Dianna Agron and Jenna Ushkowitz came together in Los Angeles for Chord Overstreet’s concert on Saturday. Overstreet dedicated a song to his late pal at the performance, which was his first live show with a band. See their group shot.
2. Your ’90s Dream Just Came True
If you’ve ever worn a scrunchie, this is for you: With the snap of his black leather vest, John Stamos revisited his Full House alter-ego on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on Friday for a one-time Jesse and the Rippers reprisal performance. In what is the latest reunion for the sitcom (which aired its last episode in 1995), the Uncle Jesse actor hit the stage to perform a medley of songs, including “Forever” by the Beach Boys, Elvis Presley’s “Little Sister” and Chan Romero’s “Hippy Hippy Shake.” Even his biggest fan, on-screen love Lori Loughlin – better known as Aunt Becky – was in attendance to rock out with the fictional band. Prepare to feel nostalgic.
1. The Most Modern Wedding This Weekend
Jesse Tyler Ferguson, who plays Mitchell Pritchett on ABC sitcom Modern Family, married his real-life love, Justin Mikita, in downtown New York City on Saturday. Playwright and screenwriter Tony Kushner officiated the ceremony, which “was so beautifully honest,” attendee (and So You Think You Can Dance judge) Nigel Lythgoe Tweeted post-vows. Added Ferguson early Sunday morning: “Never been happier.” Get all the details!