People: Theresa Caputo, McKayla Maroney, Aly Raisman, Ryan Reynolds, Amy Poehler, Emma Watson, Robin Roberts, George Michael

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TV psychic medium Theresa Caputo of the TLC's "Long Island Medium" will appear at Heinz Hall, Downtown, at 8 p.m. Oct. 27. Caputo will do interactive readings with some audience members and share personal stories about herself. However, "Purchasing a ticket does not guarantee a reading," an event press release states.

Tickets, $43-$63, go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday at 412-392-4900 or pittsburghsymphony.org. A limited number of $128.25 VIP tickets, which include a postshow meet-and-greet, will be available.

nEven members of the "Fab Five" can take a fall.

Olympians McKayla Maroney and Aly Raisman were both injured while performing on uneven bars during Kellogg's Tour of Gymnastics in Ontario, Calif., over the weekend, People reports.

Maroney -- who took home one gold and one silver medal following this summer's Olympic Games in London -- fell following a simple dismount from the bars. The 16-year-old 2011 world vault champion had to be carried out of the arena by medics.

Raisman -- who took home two gold medals and one bronze in London -- suffered a fall after she failed to land a Shaposhnikova.

Named after gymnast Natalia Shaposhnikova, the move begins on the low bar, facing away from the high bar. The gymnast then does a free hip circle around the bar, releasing the lower bar and propelling up to high bar, catching it to complete the move.

Raisman reportedly fell to her stomach, landing on a section of the arena's concrete floor that was not covered by a mat. But she was able to walk out of the arena.

Neither Maroney nor Raisman were included in the show's finale, when the gymnasts were lifted into the air, each clutching one of the five Olympic rings.

A source told WCBV-TV that Raisman is fine and in San Diego as she prepares for the next stop on the gymnastics tour.

Meanwhile, Maroney Tweeted on Monday: "Not bad for hospital food."

It's been nearly a year since they were first publicly linked -- and now Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds are husband and wife.

A source confirms to People that the couple tied the knot Sunday night at Boone Hall Plantation in Mt. Pleasant, S.C., just outside Charleston.

The reception took place in a white tent at the plantation on Sunday evening. Florence Welch (of Florence and the Machine), a good friend of the "Gossip Girl" star, performed three songs live, and there was also a deejay who spun tunes. People also confirmed that a cake was being driven down from Virginia for the event.

Lively's mother and sister were also spotted in town, and a source told People that the two had dinner in Charleston with Bette Midler earlier in the weekend. Reps for the two actors had no comment.

The two, who co-starred together in 2011's "Green Lantern," have stayed relatively mum about their relationship.

Reynolds, 35, was previously married to Scarlett Johansson. The couple divorced in 2010 after two years of marriage.

This is the first marriage for Lively, who previously dated her "Gossip Girl" co-star Penn Badgley.

Amy Poehler's not wasting any time embracing the single life again.

After last Thursday's news that she and "Arrested Development" alum Will Arnett were calling it quits after nine years of marriage, the "Parks and Recreation" star was snapped at Los Angeles International Airport without her wedding ring, E! News reports.

Poehler, who turns 41 Sunday, sported black-rimmed glasses, a sheer black top, navy blazer and jeans and looked to be holding up just fine despite the upheaval in her personal life.

She and the 42-year-old Arnett tied the knot in 2003 and co-starred together in such flicks as "Blades of Glory," "Horton Hears a Who" and "Monsters vs. Aliens."

While it was an amicable split, the estranged couple will still be in each other's lives as the parents of two sons -- 3-year-old Archie and 2-year-old Abel -- neither of whom apparently accompanied mama on her flight home.

Emma Watson is the favorite celebrity bait for cyber criminals trying to lure Internet users, The Associated Press reports.

McAfee said Monday that the "Harry Potter" star is the "most dangerous" celebrity to search for online. That's because many sites use Watson to trick users into downloading malicious software or to steal personal information.

When searching for the 22-year-old Watson, there's a one-in-eight chance of landing on a malicious site.

This is the sixth time the Intel-owned security technology company has conducted the study, which was last year topped by Heidi Klum.

Others among the riskiest celebrities to search online are Jessica Biel, Eva Mendes, Selena Gomez and Halle Berry.

After being sadly sidetracked by the unfortunate passing of her mother, Robin Roberts checked herself into the hospital on Monday to prepare for her bone marrow transplant, E! News reports.

But before doing so, the "Good Morning America" co-host, who is undergoing the procedure after being diagnosed with myelodysplastic syndrome earlier this year, took to Twitter to send out a moving message.

"My last tweet for awhile. Heading to hospital ... time to focus on healing," she wrote this morning. "I take each & every one of you w/me in my heart. Light and love."

Meanwhile, Roberts spent some quality time on Sunday with several co-workers, including "GMA" news anchor Josh Elliott.

"Shhhhhh ... don't tell my doctors I'm up late w/ @GMA fam before I go to hospital in the AM," she playfully tweeted.

Roberts, also a breast cancer survivor, began her medical leave from the show on Aug. 30. While she is away, folks like Diane Sawyer, Oprah Winfrey, Barbara Walters and Katie Couric will be filling in for her until she returns.

Singer George Michael has become the first international popstar to perform in Paris' Opera Garnier, a venue more known as a stage for classical music and opera, the AP reports.

The British star gave the one-off Paris concert Sunday evening, as part of his "Symphonica Tour," to support French AIDS charity Sidaction. He was cheered on by a roll call of celebrities including "The Artist" actress Berenice Bejo, fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier and Charlie Chaplin's actress granddaughter Dolores Chaplin.

The concert was followed by a star-studded Gala dinner which hoped to raise several hundred thousand euros (dollars) for the fight against AIDS.

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