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In other British news, since they have reclaimed imperialist control through reality TV- Nicole Kidman finally made her union with country singer Keith Urban official in the UK.

Urban wins 0,000 of Kidman's 0 million fortune for each year of wedded bliss.

The two have been "quietly" dating each other for just over three years.

Hollywood prays that the media continues to leave them alone.

Chuck had a comparatively mellower style of hosting with several unique mannerisms, such as a play-by-play of the Wheel as wedges flew by during each spin ("Past the five and the two, coming up on the Free Spin Territory-can you make it, can you make it? "), repeating the category name within the round, regularly referring to contestants as "sir" or "ma'am", counting off instances of letters ("One, two, three T's!

"), saying "same options apply" (spin, buy, or solve) if a contestant bought a vowel and had enough for another, informing home viewers of the Used Letter Board, and licking his finger just before doing the Final Spin.

In 1963, following a two-year stint in the Navy, Chuck worked as a sales representative for Pillsbury and a wine consultant for Wasserstrom Wine & Import Company in Columbus, Ohio.

In 1968, he and Elkin "Bubba" Fowler scored a psychedelic rock hit with "Naturally Stoned" as The Avant-Garde (their other songs, "Yellow Beads" in 1967 and "Fly With Me!

Chuck's first game show appearance, not counting the unaired Shopper's Bazaar, was when he and then-wife Jo Ann Pflug played on Tattletales the week of March 25, 1974; following the change to all-Quickies, they played another week against Mitzi Mc Call & Charlie Brill and Jim & Henny Backus.

In Summer 1974, Woolery was a featured vocalist on the short-lived CBS revival of Your Hit Parade.

He also starred in GSN's 2003 documentary-reality series Chuck Woolery: Naturally Stoned, whose debut show mainly involved him relearning "Naturally Stoned" for a concert performance.

Woolery appeared in an episode of the hospital sitcom Scrubs, during which he states "Love Connection was never cancelled.

" in 1968, did not do near as well), and around this point Chuck sang the titular jingle in this commercial for Fab laundry detergent.

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