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Fergie and Josh Duhamel just fine at 'Nine' premiere

December 10, 2009 | 10:05 am

Nicole Kidman and Fergie It may be time to call off the dogs: Fergie and Josh Duhamel seem just fine.

The young marrieds were affectionate and sweet, attached at the hip Wednesday night at the Los Angeles premiere of her new flick, "Nine."

At Mann's Village, stars Nicole Kidman and Penelope Cruz caught the film for the first time on the West Coast, along with director Rob Marshall, Taye Diggs and Idina Menzel, Jeremy Piven, Larry King and funny gal Sarah Silverman.

Despite rumors of a marital rift, Duhamel was the perfect movie buddy, grabbing popcorn and soda for his bride just before the lights went down.

The screening, at which the film received rounds of applause after every big number, led to an intimate after-party at the Sunset Tower Hotel.

There producer Harvey Weinstein welcomed Fergie and Duhamel once again, as well as Piven, Harry Hamlin and Lisa Rinna, and "Dexter" actress Julie Benz.

No word on where Kidman and Cruz skipped off to -- perhaps down the street from Sunset Tower, where actor Leonardo DiCaprio hosted a private bash of his own at Chateau Marmont.

"Nine" opens Christmas Day. Check out how it's stacking up in the race for Oscar gold, and click onward to see a snuggly Josh and Fergie, plus links to stories about the costumes, sneak peek videos and more. 

-- Matt Donnelly

Photos: Costars Nicole Kidman, above left, and Fergie meet cute at the Los Angeles premiere of "Nine." Below, the hip-joined Josh Duhamel and Fergie arrive in Westwood. Credits: Kevin Winter / Getty Images

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