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Piper Perabo Is Set To Walk Down The Aisle!

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We're sure the wedding will be Coyote Ugly gorgeous!

Piper Perbo is surely dancing and singing on countertops today because she is engaged to her Covert Affairs director and producer Stephen Kay!

The two have been working together on the show that is in its fourth season, and it seems business DOES mix with pleasure.

The big question now is whether or not Piper will spice up their wedding reception with some seksi Coyote Ugly moves!

Congratz to the happy couple!

[Image via Dominic Chan/WENN.]

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Piper Perabo's All Smiles

Piper Perabo At The 2011 Golden Globes

She's come a long way from dancing and singing on a bar at Coyote Ugly, hasn't she?

Golden Globe nominee Piper Perabo was all smiles last night as she walked the red carpet in a black Oscar de la Renta gown.

We could have done without that sad looking bow on her shoulder. It's way too distracting.

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USA Network Renews All Original Programming For Another Season!

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Wow!

USA must be doing something right, because nothing got the axe!

The network announced today that their entire line-up of programming will be returning next year, with Royal Pains, White Collar, and Psych all being renewed for another season.

Their other shows, In Plain Sight, Burn Notice, Covert Affairs, and Law & Order: Criminal Intent were all previously renewed.

Programming President Jeff Wachtel says:

"It's a wonderful validation that the shows are working. Though it's lovely to celebrate success, it also allows us to push out — you don't want to alienate your base, but you don't want to sit still. In our early days, original programming was seen as an elective. It's not an elective anymore, but it's also not an imperitive to fill time slots. We're still able to be more hand-crafted. We're not going to get to the point of, 'oh my god, we need a comedy block on Monday nights.' It's still going to remain 'no show before its time.'"

Congratulations!

That's a pretty amazing feat, even for cable networks!

What do U think?? Are U excited to see all of these shows coming back??

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