In this week's A-List Insider:

Stephen Fry gets married, Amber Rose breaks the internet and we lose a Coronation Street legend.

Stephen Fry marries Elliot Spencer

Stephen Fry surprised fans this weekend when he quietly got hitched to his partner Elliott Spencer, just 10 days after announcing their engagement.

The 57-year-old actor and television presenter confirmed the wedding news to his 8.5 million followers on Twitter, posting a picture showing him and his 27-year-old partner signing a marriage register.

"Gosh. @ElliottGSpencer and I go into a room as two people, sign a book and leave as one. Amazing." he captioned the snap.

The wedding reportedly took place in the Breckland Business Centre, and both men wore green carnations for their big day.

Wow! We were not expecting that!

Amber Rose breaks the internet

While some people have been busy getting married, Amber Rose is in Miami enjoying her technically single life.

Wiz Khalifa's estranged wife was showing of her cakes in all their voluptuous glory this weekend and it's safe to say that she shut down the internet.

Three back-to-back pictures posted on Instagram show the blonde bombshell posing on a balcony in dental-floss inspired swimsuit and heels. She tagged the snaps "Fleekin", "Stifler's Mom" and "Slaying".

One fan even asked to drink her bath water. Yikes!

It looks like anything Kim K can do Amber rose can do better!

Corrie actor Anne Kirkbride dead

And finally Coronation Street legend Anne Kirkbride has died aged 60.

The actress best known for playing Deirdre Barlow on the ITV soap for 43 years, passed away at a Manchester hospital following a short illness her husband David Beckett said.

Anne last appeared on screen in October. She had been expected to return to the show this month after an eight week break.

William Roache, who played Anne on-screen husband Ken Barlow, said the soap has lost one of its iconic characters.

"She was such a loving and vibrant person. You always knew she was there because her laugh was never far away," he said.