Howard Stern, Beth Ostrosky get hitched

Howard Stern, the self-proclaimed King of All Media, has been married once before, but is Beth Ostrosky the Queen who will help him find his Happily Ever After?

That’s to be written, but the 54-year-old deejay and the 36-year-old model took the biggest step toward that goal with their wedding at Manhattan’s Le Cirque restaurant Friday night.

Stern proposed to Ostrosky on Valentine’s Day in 2007. It’s his second marriage, her first.

Officiating the ceremony was actor Mark Consuelos, the husband of Kelly Ripa, who also attended. The rest of the guest list wasn’t exactly the Wack Pack.

In addition to Stern show regulars, People magazine and Howard 100 News reported that the guest list included Bedford resident Chevy Chase (who reportedly delivered a raunchy roast), Larchmont native Joan Rivers, Sarah Lawrence College graduate Barbara Walters, Westchester real estate maven Donald Trump, Billy Joel and wife Katie Lee Joel, Dixie Chicks singer Natalie Maines, former Train lead singer Pat Monahan, John Stamos, Jillian Barberie, Jimmy Kimmel, Sarah Silverman and former Senator Al D’Amato.

“I danced with Howard,” said Rivers, according to People. “The wedding was fabulous, everyone had a great, great time.”

The Piano Man sang two songs, Monahan sang another, and Maines and Barberie teamed up for yet another, according to reports.

In a report airing today on Howard 100 News, Barberie had a suspicion about Kimmel and Silverman, who earlier this year had a civil yet very public breakup: “I think they’re back,” she whispered today on her Los Angeles morning talk show.

(Associated Press file photo by Diane Bondareff)

Stern warning

Howard Stern, who launched his professional radio career as a DJ for 107.1 FM in Briarcliff Manor in the late ’70s, will be sitting on the couch tonight next to North Salem resident David Letterman for what’s likely to be another memorable appearance on “The Late Show.”

When I say “memorable,” I mean it. The last time Howard was on Dave’s show, the DJ wore a T-shirt that attacked CBS chief executive officer Les Moonves, whose company was suing Stern at the time. (The suit was later settled.) Years earlier, there was this shining moment of fashion. So, love him or hate him, Stern is likely to make an impression.

Also scheduled to appear on “Late Night with Conan O’Brien” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live” in the week ahead, Stern will be promoting the goods and services of his employer, Sirius satellite radio, which started airing his show Jan. 9.

Since last week, Stern has been discussing his late-night talk show circuit plans with his morning crew, which this week includes George “Sulu” Takei. Takei just signed on to play Hiro Nakumura’s father on “Heroes,” starring Palisades native Hayden Panettiere. (Suburbarazzi Rule No. 318: Find any way possible to connect back to “Heroes,” starring Palisades native Hayden Panettiere.)