3rd time's a charm

A ‘custom’ huppa as Barrymore weds

Guests including Steven Spielberg and Scarlett Johansson attend California ceremony, officiated by fiance’s rabbi

Drew Barrymore and Will Kopelman in New York last November. (photo credit: AP/Evan Agostini, file)
Drew Barrymore and Will Kopelman in New York last November. (photo credit: AP/Evan Agostini, file)

A reformed Hollywood bad girl has married a nice Jewish boy.

We hope the third time will be a charm for Drew Barrymore, who married boyfriend Will Kopelman in a Jewish ceremony on Saturday evening. The pair were wed at Barrymore’s Montecito, Calif., estate, US Weekly reports, in nuptials officiated by Kopelman’s rabbi under a “custom-made huppa.”

Kopelman, a 34-year-old art dealer, broke a glass at the end of the ceremony, with guests including Scarlett Johansson and Cameron Diaz reportedly shouting “mazel tov!”

Several celebrity gossip sites claimed earlier this year that Barrymore was in the process of converting to Judaism, although it’s unclear whether she has done so.

The “Charlie’s Angels” star, 37, is pregnant, and was previously married to bar owner Jeremy Thomas and comedian Tom Green.

Other guests at the ceremony included Reese Witherspoon and Jimmy Fallon. Also in attendance was Steven Spielberg, who gave Barrymore her breakthrough role in an obscure little art film that pretty much no one has ever heard of.

In Touch magazine speculated in January that Adam Sandler, Barrymore’s love interest in “The Wedding Singer” and “50 First Dates,” would serve as the best man, which apparently wasn’t the case.

Wedding guests were presumably also deprived of his drunkenly belligerent — but admittedly hilarious — version of “Love Stinks.”

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