WEBBED FEAT AT MADONNA WEDDING

Your chance to play the Internet voyeur at the pop wedding of the year...

The huge interest surrounding MADONNA’s wedding to GUY RITCHIE has led to numerous websites erecting live webcams so fans can play voyeur via the Internet on the couple’s big day.

Madonna is due to marry tomorrow (December 22) in the Scottish town of Dornoch. Two unofficial Madonna websites are offering fans the opportunity to watch the events leading up their wedding, and before that to the christening of the pair’s baby Rocco this evening (December 21).

The first, www.madonnarama.comalso offers access to a static webcam outside.

Countless rumours are still circulating about the wedding, but actual details surrounding the marriage are being kept secret. The BBC reports this afternoon that local police warned journalists and photographers they would spend Christmas in jail if they breached security barriers outside Dornoch Cathedral this evening (December 21). It is estimated 200 members of the press are already in the Scottish town.

This evening, Madonna and husband-to-be Guy Ritchie?s son, four-month-old Rocco, was christened at the cathedral, with nearly a hundred locals and fans turning out to watch the celebrities flock into the historic setting for the ceremony.

Some fans were carrying banners, one reading ?Rocco is our ray of light to Dornoch?. According to some locals, it had been hoped that the local Sunday School children might be allowed into the church to see the christening, but security was kept tight.

The couple, who arrived with a police escort, posed for photographs outside the cathedral, where Gwyneth Paltrow, Stella McCartney and Sting and Trudi Styler were the first stars to arrive, waving to the crowd as they went inside. Rupert Everett arrived late, dashing into the cathedral in white jeans and a black leather jacket shortly before the ceremony, conducted by Reverend Susan Brown, began. The local minister will also preside over the couple?s wedding ceremony tomorrow (December 22).

The couple stopped to wave at crowds gathered in the freezing fog outside after the 25-minute ceremony as they left.

Celebrities expected to attend tomorrow’s ceremony include Brad Pitt, and Jennifer Aniston and Elton John are among the celebs who are expected to attend tomorrow’s wedding celebrations at Skibo Castle, with Elton being tipped to perform for the couple at their reception.