Last night, sometimes-actor/singer Corey Feldman made good on his previous threat to marry his 27-year-old girlfriend and band-mate, Courtney Anne. Courtney is Canadian and Corey believes that in Trump’s America, his now-wife would stand to be deported. But instead of running to the courthouse, they hauled ass to Las Vegas for a quickie Vegas wedding with a dress, vows, vegan wedding cake, and an ice luge (I assume).
On Thursday everyone was stunned when it was announced that Mariah Carey’s upcoming nuptials to billionaire gargoyle James Packer had been taken out back and put down for good. Actually, nobody was stunned at all, but who could have guessed what would come in the aftermath just a few days later? Continue reading
UsWeekly says that Dianna Agron, aka Quinn Fabray on Glee, got married to the banjo player from Mumford & Sons and rumored one-time Katy Perry hook-up Winston Marshall. This would be the second time a member of Mumford & Sons got married to a blonde actress. My thoughts are with the Mumford son who breaks tradition and marries a brunette yoga instructor.
30-year-old Dianna and 27-year-old Winston have been together since July 2015 and her rep confirms that they got married on October 15th in Morocco. Morrocco seems like an odd choice for a Mumford wedding. I’m pretty sure a Mumford & Sons wedding isn’t legal unless it takes place in an old dilapidated barn under a canopy of Edison light bulbs as the bride walks down the aisle in a yellowed lace dress holding a bouquet of wildflowers.
There aren’t a whole lot of pictures of Dianna and Winston’s wedding, but a few have popped up on the internet.
She's the most beautiful girl in the world she's married now, my baby princess OMG she grow so fast, she's so beautiful 💗💞🔥😍💞💞💗 pic.twitter.com/B3kQbjfkgf
— DarrenIsHedwig (@CeliaCom7) October 17, 2016
That picture on the upper right is what Dianna and Winston looked like when they got married. I don’t know who the guy on the left is, but the three of them look like VIP guests attending Morocco’s version of the Hunger Games.
There’s no word on who was at the wedding, like if any of the Glee kids went. But I think we’d know if either Lea Michele or Naya Rivera were there. I already checked, and I haven’t seen any stories about the wedding guests running out of the reception after Lea and Naya grabbed a couple mics and tried to out-sing each other during the first dance.
Las Vegas has long been known as the HIGH ART capital of the world, so it’s not a surprise that Summer’s Eve’s favorite artist Shia LaBeouf (sorry, James Franco) would choose it as the place to perform his latest art piece that I’d like to call “This Is Not Going To End Well.” Shia and his on-and-off-again brow-less piece Mia Goth got married by an Elvis impersonator in a ceremony that was livestreamed on TMZ. If Pimp Mama Kris had a heart, it would break by the heavy weight of betrayal from Harvey Levin letting someone other than a Kartrashian be the first fame whore to get married live on TMZ.
Shoot, who knew that if you threw the wrong filter over a picture of Blake Shelton his face would look like the plastic mask from a Ben Cooper, Inc. costume?
Last month, TMZ claimed that Gwen Stefani is fixin’ to become Mrs. Y’all-y Jean Giant. Gwen was asked by Ryan Seacrest if she’d ever get married again during an interview last week. Gwen didn’t really have an answer, but UsWeekly sure does.
It feels like some summers are lousy with famous people weddings. So many that I’m sure People magazine has to set up a makeshift Thunderdome filled with publicists to see which celebrity couple gets each week’s “INSIDE OUR WEDDING ALBUM!” cover. This year wasn’t one of those years. There was these two, and this glamorous pugstravaganza, and that’s about it. Well, now I can add one more to the Post-It note-sized list of celebrity summer weddings.