As she gears up for her wedding Sunday to Los Angeles Lakers forward Lamar Odom, Khloe Kardasian has revealed her "top 10 favorite wedding movies of all time"
"Getting married or not, I always LOVE wedding movies!" the E! reality star, 25, blogs. "There are so many genres — happy, sad, romantic or funny, I love them all! So without further ado, I give you my Top 10 Wedding Movies!!!"
1. Father of the Bride
2. The Wedding Planner
3. My Best Friend's Wedding
4. Maid of Honor
5. Fools Rush In
6. Clueless ("wedding at the end LOL," she writes)
7. Wedding Crashers
8. The Princess Bride
9. The Wedding Singer
10. Sweet Home Alabama
Days before his wedding to Khloe Kardashian, Lamar Odom celebrated the end of his bachelor days Thursday.
The night began around 10:15 p.m. with at STK restaurant in Los Angeles.
Odom, 29, arrived with Girls Gone Wild founder Joe Francis, Khloe's brother Robert and Scott Disick, the father of Kourtney Kardashian's baby, as well as some Los Angeles Lakers teammates and high school pals.
Odom — who had canceled a wilder bash slated at hot spot Les Deux — bought a round of Johnny Walker & Lemon Drop shots for his guests. (Disick, 26, stuck to champagne.)
One of his pals then gave a toast, "This is to one wedding ring and many championship rings!"
Odom yelled, "Mazel Tov!" and the crowd laughed.
They all dined on steaks, macaroni and cheese, fingerling potatoes, Yukon mashed potatoes and tuna tartare.
Disick spent a lot of time smoking alone on the patio, rarely interacting with Odom and his pals.
But "Lamar was giddy, really happy to be around his friends, hugging a lot of them," a source tells Usmagazine.com. "Lamar even took a timeout to take photos with diners."
Around 11:30 p.m., the crowed then headed to West Hollywood club Guys and Dolls, where they were escorted to their table in the middle of the club.
They all sipped on champagne.
"Lamar was in a great mood," a clubgoer tells Us. "I've never seen him smiling and laughing so much. He was the center of attention all night, and he was loving it!"
At 1:28 a.m. the music stopped, Odom's teammate Ron Artest grabbed the microphone and announced, "Everyone raise their glass ... Sunday is the big day. Big baller's getting married!"
Clubgoers went crazy, screaming, whistling, and clapping.
"Lamar was grinning from ear to ear," says the witness.
The DJ followed the toast up with the 50 Cent track, "I Run New York." (Odom is a native of Queens, N.Y.)
Says the clubgoer, "The drinking, dancing, and celebrating carried on until close. They left at close."